inclusive ed

Exploring Inclusive Education at the TASH Conference!

2017 TASH Conference logo

For over 40 years, TASH has advocated for full membership, relationships, participation, and learning for all students with disabilities. We believe that true inclusion can be achieved within general education classrooms, in which students with disabilities have access to general education curriculum and learn alongside their same-aged peers without disabilities. As always, the TASH Conference… read more

TASH Recognized Internationally for Education Policy Work

Wow – 2016 is off to a great start! TASH is being recognized for innovation in inclusive education by the international body monitoring global progress on implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. TASH’s policy analysis and alignment work with SWIFT Center, a U.S. Department of Education Office of Special… read more

Inclusive Education at the TASH Conference

For decades, TASH has been a leader in promoting inclusive practices in education. The guidance and training TASH offers is firmly grounded in evidence-based practices and research, while also highlighting innovative and promising practices. At this year’s conference, educators, students, and parents will come together to discuss practical models that work in the classroom. Attendees… read more

Don’t Blame My Kid – Educate Him

The NAEP scores are out. Rather than hearing a constructive conversation about the complicated factors that have contributed to a national decline in reading and math scores for 4th and 8th grades, I’m hearing a chorus of voices—from Secretary Duncan to Michael Petrilli—who are placing blame.  They’re blaming my kid, and all other kids with… read more