One School District’s Approach to Providing an Equitable Multi-Level System of Support Model for Social-Emotional Learning

By Duane Woelfel and Caitlin Zozakiewicz (published in the January, 2020 issue of AC&E) Historically, as educators, the bulk of our students came to our classrooms with varying academic needs. When it came to solving those academic puzzles there seemed

Work-Based Learning for Students with Disabilities: Partnerships with State Agencies and Local Businesses

By Tracey Maccia (originally published in the April 2019 issue of AC&E) John Dewey (1916) said that students learn best when learning activities are explicitly connected to the real world. Meaningful work-based learning experiences are unmistakably connected to the real world

Rethinking 12th Grade

By Michael Dannenberg and Anne Hyslop (originally published in the April 2019 issue of AC&E) Homecoming. Prom. Commencement. For generations of Americans, senior year of high school has been a rite of passage. But senior year also brings senioritis and that