Inclusive Education

In Nation’s Largest District, 1 in 3 Suspensions Handed to Kids in Special Education (News Roundup)

The following appeared in TASH in Action, TASH’s bi-weekly electronic newsletter. In Nation’s Largest District, 1 in 3 Suspensions Handed to Kids in Special Education – Disability Scoop A recent report indicates students in special education programs account for 1 in 3 of all student suspensions in New York City public schools despite the fact that… read more

More Autism Schools Proposed in New Jersey

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… read more

Thought Leaders Meet to Explore Education Reform

TASH continues to be the prominent national voice pushing for the full inclusion of  students with disabilities in education – in fact, not only is this one of the five core areas of the TASH National Agenda, but it’s also a central focus throughout the 2010 TASH Conference here in Denver. In addition to the… read more