Inclusive Education

News Article States ‘Inclusion May Not Be Best After All’ – TASH Responds

TASH has submitted the following letter in response to a recent article in Disability Scoop, “Study: Inclusion May Not Be Best After All“ On November 1, 2012, Disability Scoop published an article under the headline, “Study: Inclusion May Not Be Best After All,” which intended to bring to light findings from a study recently published… read more

CPSD Releases Recommendations on Academic Growth, Accountability and IDEA Monitoring

The following is a press release from the Collaboration to Promote Self-Determination, of which TASH is a member. Additional information, including the full report referenced below, can be found at https://thecpsd.org. Washington, DC – The Collaboration to Promote Self-Determination (CPSD) today released a series of recommendations from leading experts in special education policy concerning academic… read more

TASH Members Head to Capitol Hill

On Tuesday, June 26, the TASH Board of Directors and several TASH members and supporters gathered on Capitol Hill here in Washington, DC, for a day of advocacy. Each participant lined up several meetings with Senate and House offices throughout the day, and took part in information meetings aimed at generating support for TASH’s public… read more

Consider TASH Your Partner for 84.325K Grants

Back in the day, TASH grew to become a vibrant agent of change in part due to the smart use of TASH conferences and newsletters to get the word out about critical issues, research and resources. TASH members helped grow the reach and influence of TASH through operating systems change, research and professional development grants.… read more

TASH Shows ‘The Cost of Waiting’ to End Restraint & Seclusion

Through an analysis of news stories collected over the past year, The Cost of Waiting chronicles the vulnerability of children across the nation to restraint, seclusion and other dangerous aversive procedures. With each passing day, children in U.S. schools continue to be at risk of procedures that provide no therapeutic value and have shown to… read more

TASH Signs on to Letter to Maryland State Board of Education

TASH has signed on to a letter to the Maryland State Board of Education regarding proposed regulations on student discipline, which require greater data collection, promote reductions in disparities for students of color, and require that suspended students receive homework while on suspension, among other changes. … read more

TASH Responds to AASA Position Supporting Restraint and Seclusion in Schools

Last week, the American Association of School Administrators issued an unsubstantiated, ill-informed and reckless report in which it voiced support for restraint and seclusion use on children in our schools. This report gained much attention through e-mail circulation and national news reports. TASH has responded in order to bring clarity and truth to the conversation.… read more