Ed Week Releases General Guidelines for Communicating Online: “How to Keep Students and Staff Safe on Videoconferencing”

This brief one-page infographic highlights five areas for effectively and safely operating videoconferencing platforms. https://www.edweek.org/ew/section/multimedia/the-k-12-educators-guide-to-safe-and-effective-videoconferencing.html?cmp=eml-enl-tl-news1-rm&M=59454827&U=&UUID=0066a9c3de2ea38ae08d35fe4104c77b

Surviving in the “New Normal” of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Meeting the needs of bilingual English learners with disabilities

As schools and districts across the nation scramble to adjust to the new realities of…

Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) and How it Can Support English Learners: An Interview with Claudia Rinaldi, Ph.D.

I wanted to share an interview I participated in last week with Rachel Kramer Theodorou,…

Looking to strengthen online learning? Take a look at CEC’s “Best Practices for Educating Online”

This brief six-page resource supports educators with setting-up and fine-tuning online learning. Beginning with how…

Special Education Services and eLearning: “8 Tips for Conducting Virtual IEP Meetings”

As schools try to adapt to the new normal, educators across the nation are pulling…

Recently released report from REL West: “Accurately Identifying & Supporting English Learners With Learning Disabilities”

This is an update to the REL’s 2015 report that includes a summary of research…

Recent Reports on Supporting Bilingual English Learners

There are a few reports that have recently come out about Massachusetts on of Bilingual…

Teaching Resources for Working with Students with Special Needs

Just out! A great resource for teachers and parents for working with students with disabilities…

How do Bilingual/Multilingual English Learners in Schools fare by State? Take a Look

Today, I was reminded of this report that came out in 2017 by NPR.  The…