Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity.
The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive.
Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ranging from education reform to advocating for equal rights for all students, and participating in modern activism. This show will also offer user-friendly resources to help you and your family navigate the educational playing field.
Striving Towards Multiracial Democracy with Andrew Lefkowits
Join us for this enlightening conversation with our guest, Andrew Lefkowits, who is part of the leadership team at Integrated Schools and is the host of the Integrated Schools Podcast. Integrated Schools is a grass-roots organization started back in 2015 with the focus on parents with the racial or economic privilege to engage in the education system in a different way than they have in the past, in the hope that all kids are learning together and strides toward true, multiracial democracy are being made.
Building Blind and Low-Vision Community with Will Butler
Our guest today is Will Butler, Vice-President of Community of the Be My Eyes app. If you haven’t heard of this app yet, we think that you’re going to be blown away when you learn how a small act of kindness can have such a big impact in the lives of blind and low-vision people.
Listen in to learn more about this app, the people behind it, who it reaches, and how it stretches across a global community with a bold, yet simple, mission in mind. We hope you come away with the same sense of “wow” as
Getting Your Voice Heard with Leah Moore
Our guest for this episode is Leah Moore, a high school English teacher and a 2009 recipient of the prestigious, “Teacher of the Year” award.
She also teaches adaptive theater to mostly non-verbal students. Leah is passionate about storytelling and getting your voice heard, whether that voice is in a traditional, general education classroom, a non-traditional theater. or a non-traditional, special-education theater class.
We can’t wait to share this interview with you!
The Money, Career, and Motherhood Podcast with Janice Scholl
Today we’re joined by fellow podcaster, Janice Scholl of “Money, Career, and Motherhood Podcast”. You’re in for a treat (and some reflective moments!) as our conversation centers not only around the intersection of money, career, and motherhood but the wild cards that appear in our lives, at times!
We hope you join us!
Relationship is Key with Lauren and Chantel from Stowell Learning Center [IEP 155]
Ever since we talked to Jill Stowell, Founder and Executive Director of Stowell Learning Center, some time ago about Getting to the Root of Learning and Attention Challenges [IEP 090] and hearing about how evidence-based science and clinically researched programs encourage the brain to develop new, and more effective neurological pathways, we have been looking forward to learning even more about their programs.
Today, Lauren and Chantel from Stowell Learning Center bring us up-to-date!
Our 2021 Update on Distance Learning [IEP BONUS]
Hello, listeners! We just wanted to check in with you and give you our most up-to-date information on what we’ve been experiencing so far, now that we have a full first semester of the 2021 school year behind us.