State University of New York at Oswego Assistant Professor of Special Education

The Curriculum & Instruction Department at the State University of New York at Oswego invites applications to fill a full-time Assistant Professor position in Special Education. Posting Date: May 26, 2022 Review Date: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Benefit Information: The State University of New York… read more

KFI Seeks an Executive Director

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If the idea of leading an award winning non-profit supporting people with disabilities to achieve their best lives appeals to you, let’s talk. This rare opening is for a person with the right values, vision, experience and passion to maintain services on the cutting edge and advance innovative ideas. KFI is a nationally recognized leader… read more

Cal State LA Seeks a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Special Education

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Position: Assistant Professor of Special Education, option in Extensive Support Needs Tenure-Track Faculty Position Division of Special Education and Counseling Charter College of Education Starting Date: August, 2022 Minimum Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Special Education (or closely related discipline) from an accredited institution (or equivalent) is required. However, applicants nearing completion of the doctorate… read more

Meet the New Members of the 2022 TASH Board of Directors

The TASH Board election results are in: Matthew Medina was re-elected to a second term, and Mathew McCollough and Hezzy Smith, were elected to first terms. Additionally, Chris Rodriguez was appointed to the Board for an ex officio one year term. Mathew McCollough As a Filipino American with developmental disabilities, Mathew McCollough is currently the… read more

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As you know, TASH has been a progressive leader in disability advocacy since 1975. We continue to advocate for human rights and inclusion for all people with disabilities, especially those with the most significant supports needs, in all aspects of life including education, employment, and community living. Over the past year, we along with our… read more

Dedicating the 2021 TASH Conference to the memory of Lou Brown

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Lou Brown (right) transferring the TASH Board of Directors Chairmanship to Wayne Sailor (left). Over 40 years ago, in 1975, Lou Brown, Norris Haring and Wayne Sailor, the founders of what is now called TASH, gathered to create an entity that embodies the very values that TASH represents to this day: equity, opportunity, and inclusion… read more

TASH’s Written Testimony to Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, Toxic Conservatorships: The Need for Reform

Owing in part to the national attention on conservatorship / guardianship from the Britney Spears case, Senators Blumenthal and Cruz announced that the Senate Judiciary Committee would be holding a series of hearings, titled, “Toxic Conservatorships: The Need for Reform“. They requested testimony from throughout the disability community as well as other effected people. TASH submitted written… read more

New TASH Policy Positions on Inclusive Education, Competitive Integrated Employment and Community Living

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Dear friends, Policy advocacy remains at the heart of TASH’s mission to advance equity, opportunity and inclusion for people with disabilities. With this in mind, TASH has recently produced a series of three extensive position statements with policy recommendation on three key issue areas: Our position statement on Inclusive Education emphasizes the right of students… read more