Thanks to A SPED Teacher: Her Gift Was Helping "Nelson" Overcome Learning, Attention Issues

Ronnie Nelson Sidney survives special education and shares his success story in a graphic novel, "Nelson Beats The Odds."

❤ to Digital Rights Managers! Champions of Copyright, Accessibility + Learning Equity

Thanks to all Digital Rights Managers who keep copyright compliance and provide a regular flow of accessible ed materials.

Children's Book Week: Free "El Deafo" Bookmark! New Accessible Formats for Struggling Readers

The reading audience expands for Cece Bell's "El Deafo" as new formats make it possible for more children to read on their own.

Have A Laugh! 50 "Al's World" Cartoons Cast Light on The Ups, Downs of Special Education

50 cartoons bring smiles to all who know the terrific and sometimes tumultuous world of special education.

19 Graphic Novel Picks by Teacher Kyle Redford Attract, Engage + Keep Students Reading

Graphic novels with many different kinds of heroes keep students who struggle to read involved with books.

White House Science Fair 2016: Tools Unveiled for Teaching Students with Dyslexia, Visual Impairment

The White House Science Fair 2016 is part of President Obama's “Educate to Innovate” campaign so students have tools to innovate and problem-solve.

Symbol Supported Summer Curriculum on 6 Levels, Free for Extended School Year Students!

Unique is back with free summer learning materials for students who require an extended school year in order to maintain their progress.

Free Webinar: ESSA Says Consider UDL So All Students Engage, Achieve, Show What They Know

Universal Design for Learning is encouraged in the Every Student Succeeds Act. Is an uptick in interest and implementation underway?

These Multimedia Freebies For Earth Day Offer Supports for Instruction so Everybody Learns

Check out these resources with flexible learning supports to attract and keep students attention on learning standards.

12 Fantasy, SciFi Picks by "Reading Rainbow Mom" In Accessible Editions Open Worlds of Learning

Accessible digital formats for 12 science fiction and fantasy books help students access their curriculum content.

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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