A 2014 Bammy Winner's Targeted Instruction Juggles Tech with An Evidence-Based Approach

Sharon Plante manages multiple approaches to reading and one of her students noticed! Plus 11 ♥ apps.

Start Here! These Bullying Prevention Resources Are Inclusive of Students with Disabilities

PACER Center adds new ideas, materials, and activities for Bullying Prevention Month 2014.

5 Principles in Yale Center's New "Dyslexia Declaration of Rights" Can Set A Future Course

New: YCDC's declaration gets specific about particular interventions, accommodations, and using the word "dyslexia."

Should More Students Be Eligible for Accessible Instructional Materials? NCLD Calls for Data

The National Center for Learning Disabilities argues that AIM may not include all students with print disabilities.

"Decoding Dyslexia" Energizes Advocacy in 45 States to Benefit Learners with Dyslexia

Parents use videos, visits, and social media to push for timely and on-point interventions for students with dyslexia.

Expression Rises: Google Science Fair 2014 Winner Is An AAC Device Converting Breath to Speech

Let's all "Talk" about an AAC innovation that is fast, affordable, portable, and an inspirational means of expression.

29 Wizards of Engagement Narrate YALSA's 2014 "Amazing Audiobooks for Teens"

Audiobooks support students who struggle to read. These titles are curated by YALSA experts who specialize in the stories teens love best.

Author Draws Applause After Advising Lawmakers That All Teachers Must Be Trained in Dyslexia

"Zombie" book author Max Brooks, who is dyslexic, goes to Capitol Hill to discuss the bright and dark sides of being dyslexic.

Tracking AT Updates Can Be Time Consuming, So Let An Expert Point The Way

Brian Wojcik for #ATChat brings you curated content about apps, new products, insights to enrich teaching and learning.

Countdown Begins for the 2014 Global Read-Aloud So Get Your Alternatives to Print Ready!

Students who struggle to read can participate in the Global Read-Aloud 2014 event when teachers apply ed strategies.

June Behrmann

June Behrmann is an education writer-blogger. She’s a longtime SPED teacher who retired for about two seconds, and is now prospecting for accessible instructional resources.

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