Martin Luther King, Justice, and Special Education

By Alice Doyel Guest blogger   “I am not interested in power for power’s sake, but I’m interested in power that is moral, that is right, and that is good.”  – Martin Luther King, Jr.   We cannot allow school administrators to treat our students unjustly or to tell lies about our students just because … Read more Martin Luther King, Justice, and Special Education

You can help make special education easier to navigate

By Ramona Hattendorf, Investing in Student Potential communications team and Director of Advocacy at The Arc of King County   Ever wish you could influence the rules that govern special education? Over the next two weeks, you have an opportunity to weigh in on proposals to improve them in Washington state. Recent proposed changes to … Read more You can help make special education easier to navigate

Lack of Timely Evidence-Based Dyslexia Diagnoses Creates Another School-to-Prison-Pipeline

By Alice Doyel Guest blogger   Part One of a Four-Part Series on Dyslexia When Schools Make Dyslexia Diagnoses Difficult, Expensive, and Time-Consuming, Many Students’ Lives are Destroyed, and the World Loses a Wealth of Bright, Talented People The Documentary Podcast – Dyslexia: Language and Childhood (October 6, 2020) The Documentary Podcast – Dyslexia: Into … Read more Lack of Timely Evidence-Based Dyslexia Diagnoses Creates Another School-to-Prison-Pipeline