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Inclusive Education Project Podcast

Jul 23, 2019

When LGBT children’s literature was first introduced, two moms or two dads were represented as being the typical LGBT family, doing traditional family-style activities. The family dynamic has changed significantly over time, and today’s LBGT family might look quite differently: single moms, single dads, aunts, and...


Jul 16, 2019

Chances are, you or someone you love has been the victim of bullying. Bullying isn’t confined to special education students, or even youth, these days: it is also experienced among peers and in the workplace. 

Bullying is a form of psychological and physical harassment that has immediate consequences and lasting...


Jul 9, 2019

What an exciting show we have for you today! Yvette Nunez joins Amanda and Vickie to discuss the “Help Me Grow” program in Orange County, California. Help Me Grow is a now-national program that got its start being funding by the Proposition 10 Tobacco Tax.

 

Yvette is a Child Development Community Liaison with Help...


Jul 2, 2019

In today’s episode, Amanda and Vickie chat with special guest, Brennan Lund, a former 8th grade English private school teacher who eventually went on to law school. Today’s discussion covers autistic and other “Opportunities Track” students in the private school setting and ideas on helping them to communicate...


Jun 18, 2019

Inclusion is more than integrating students into classrooms, its building a consensus of mutual understanding between schools, families, and students. Today’s guest, David Frydman, is the Executive Director of Student Services for Special Education for the Washoe County School District. 

In today’s interview, he...