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Inclusive Education Project Podcast

May 29, 2018

High school and college students who are interested in being active and getting involved in social justice issues, on and off campus, should be encouraged. Instead, many schools and administrators still try to suppress any such efforts by students. Is this ok? How progressive (or not) should schools be when it comes to...


May 21, 2018

Paying attention to changes in a child’s behavior is important and can mean the difference between providing that child with the help he/she needs and letting it go without a diagnosis. Knowing what to do once you recognize those behavioral changes is even more important.

We're joined by Tanya Lopez and Caitlyn...


May 15, 2018

With the Trump administration and several members of Congress, including Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, considering assembling a proposed Federal Commission on School Safety to repeal 2014 guidelines regarding school disciplinary action, we thought it would be important to take a closer look at how any changes...


May 8, 2018

We're exploring a resource that can be helpful for new parents, especially new moms, in our audience. The resource is an app called Pacify and in this episode, we're chatting with the Chief Clinical Officer of Pacify - Melanie Silverman. Pacify is a paid phone application which provides unlimited, video-enabled, 24/7...


May 1, 2018

Recognizing the existence of an eating disorder in an adolescent is important in providing necessary help and support. But what should parents and teachers be looking for to make the determination? And if a problem does exist, what’s the best way to start the dialogue with the adolescent about seeking help? These are...