Applying for scholarships can be very time consuming, but if you need financial assistance to get you through college, it’s well worth your time. Continue reading “Are Scholarships Worth the Time?”
The concept of inclusion originated when traditional ways of providing special education services became unacceptable. Parents of children with special needs began opposing the placement of their children into segregated academic institutions and wanted their children to be taught in general education classrooms as much as possible. Continue reading “Integrating Inclusion into our Schools”
Katie Bingham-Smith hits home with her recent article, To My First Child: I Can’t Do It For You. As a mother of two boys, I’ve struggled with the reality of my children growing up and moving on. My sister perfectly stated, “It’s exciting to watch them grow into young men and envision all that’s to come, but heart wrenching at the same time.” Continue reading “It Hits Home”
We said goodbye to my grandfather this past weekend and it was probably one of the hardest things that I have ever done. Continue reading “Goodbye Grandpa”
As a creative (and now very busy) person, I was absolutely thrilled when I came across this website for educators. Continue reading “Amazing Resource for Teachers”
I started linking my happiness to my weight the summer after my freshman year in high school.
From the moment that random boy teased me because my muscles were larger than my boyfriend’s, I’ve had a tarnished view of what it means to be truly happy with your body.