New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is in favor of creating additional public schools for educating children with autism in the state, a clear departure from the practice of integrating students with disabilities into neighborhood schools. Many organizations and parent advocates have spoken out about the proposal, pointing to the value of academic and social skills […]
Archives for January 2011
The following is an important notice from the Alliance for the Prevention of Restraint, Aversive Interventions and Seclusion (APRAIS) The APRAIS coalition is committed to ending abusive practices. Together, we have an opportunity to continue an effort to pass federal legislation to reduce and prevent restraint and seclusion use in schools. The practice of restraint […]
California State University San Marcos, College of Education, has an opening for one tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level for individuals with expertise in special education.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Special Education in Autism, Challenging Behavior, and/or Positive Behavior Supports. Learn more about this job posting
Yes, it’s 2011 and we’ve already posted on some of the things ahead for TASH, but I’d like to take just a moment to review just some of the milestones from 2010! TASH Launches the National Agenda TASH identified five core areas of focus as a means to rededicate ourselves to key issues and affect […]