It’s important for educators to view English language learners’ cultural differences as “funds of knowledge.” Here, Rossier professors Ferrario and Moore offer three key strategies for reaching ELLs in the classroom.
Teachers must be prepared to celebrate, challenge and support students with varying needs in an inclusive classroom. Here, we'll take a look at the who, what, where, why, when and how of the current state of special education.
The school-to-prison pipeline disproportionately affects children of color, students with special needs, and students from low-income families and single-parent homes. But the pipeline isn’t a direct line — it’s a complicated phenomenon that weaves in educator and community ownership, systematic oppression and economic factors.