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Supporting Students With Disabilities

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2-Minute Takeaways...
With limited funding and time, it is often difficult for educators to attend national conferences. We asked experts, who have been recognized for their expertise in student access and success, to share innovative ideas.  This week Bitsy Cohn shares her expertise on working with students with disabilities.  

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Author: Geri Anderson
February 3, 2019

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  • Gail Rulloda
    Gail Rulloda

    Innovative Educators is a great resource for therapists, counselors, educators, and parents. Often times it is easy to approach students and families with one frame of lens. Innovative Educators allows me to gain perspective from a diverse group of people. IE stays current, easily accessible, and has a wealth of knowledge to share!

  • San Lu
    San Lu

    IE has provided me great learning opportunities and a tremendous platform to manage my time seeing DSPS students, college meetings, and still get up-to-date professional development training. Having the ability to leverage this information and resources has enabled me to continuing growing in my personal and professional life. Thank you.

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