Free! Intriguing! Energetic! The National Book Festival Poster 2016 Is Ready to Download

Yuko Shimizu, a Japanese illustrator, created a poster showing books as passports to knowledge.

Supported Summer Reading Starts Now: Kids Can Kick Back and Read Free Audio, Other Formats

Count the benefits when students are found eligible for alternatives to books in prints. AIM-VA offers textbooks and trade books.

Dyslexia & The Book: Robert Beatty Wrote "Serafina and The Black Cloak" As A Read-Aloud

The origins of the magical mystery-thriller by Robert Beatty is filled with family, location, and dyslexia.

5 Great Tech Tools for Book Reports: The Reveal from Chris,Tucker Bugaj During A UDL Roadshow

Literacy practices here show universally designed instruction in action with great apps, extensions, websites.

Four Short, Sweet Steps to Wrap Your Arms Around UDL: Video, Webinar, Twitter Chat, Web

UDL is coming of age: Find it in legislation, on YouTube, in the webinar space, online, and on Twitter.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 19: A Great Time to See What Luis Perez Has Cooking!

Luis Perez is the creative "accessibility in education" expert who boosts literacy and productivity for learners with and without disabilities.

Webinar Watch: Today, Tonight, The Future! 5 Free SPED Webinars, Chats Too Interesting to Miss

From a variety of excellent sources, these free webinars and chats for educators and students pack lots of learning into short bursts of learning.

Struggling Readers Can Thrive This Summer with A Treasure Chest for Accessible Books

Special education students can have reading materials with learning supports all summer long when IEP teams act.

8 Trusted App Sources Can Rev Up Accessible Summer Learning for Students with Disabilities

These app recommendation from trusted sources are a good start for teachers, families in search of meaningful summer learning.

Michael Behrmann Is GMU Professor Emeritus: Hear A Billy Joel Parody To Start The Transition

"It's been a great ride," Professor Michael Behrmann told GMU staff, friends, and colleagues.

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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