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Unequal Opportunities

Content type: Journal Article
This study profiles the qualifications and preparation of special educators from the 2003–2004 Schools and Staffing Survey and investigates their relationship with teaching in a high-poverty school. Based on Berne and Stiefel’s (1984) equal opportunity...

Trauma-Informed Practices: What Educators Need to Know

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  13 December, 2021
As teachers in today’s classrooms, we see traumatized students every day. We are not mental health workers or social workers, but there are many strategies and skills we can employ as educators that will allow us to meet the responsibilities of an educator...

New Equity Resource for Educators and Stakeholders Released

Content type: SET Blog
Posted:  27 August, 2020
The COVID-19 Education Coalition Centering Equity workgroup has released a set of questions that educators, school, district and state leaders, parents, and communities can ask to spark discussions to address accessibility, educator capacity, quality of...

TANF's Impact on Low-Income Mothers Raising Children with Disabilities

Content type: Journal Article
Using data from the National Survey of America's Families, this study assesses the success of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) goals to increase employment, enhance family stability through marriage promotion, and reduce welfare reliance. In...

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