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The EDge Newsletter: Spring 2020

Effective and Equitable Education: The Critical Role of Behavioral Health in Schools: Robert H. Horner, University of Oregon; The California PBIS Coalition; Ensuring Broader Access and Equity for All: UDL and PBIS: Patricia Schetter, Coordinator of Autism Education Initiatives at the Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the MIND Institute, UC Davis; Coordinated Services in Schools: Desert/Mountain SELPA; Coordinated Services in Schools: Monterey County; Coordinating a Fragmented System of Health Care: Elizabeth Estes, JD, Founder of Breaking Barriers, and Ron Powell, Ph.D., Former CEO of Desert/Mountain SELPA and CAHELP; The Finances of Behavioral, Social-Emotional, and Mental Health: Ron Powell, Ph.D., Former CEO of Desert/Mountain SELPA and CAHELP

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The EDge Newsletter: Winter 2019-20

The Reading Brain: Dr. Maryanne Wolf; UDL and Literacy; What Parents Know; Teaching Reading In California; Ideas Behind the Framework; Dyslexia Screening App; Dyslexia Guidelines: Purpose and Value; ELD Guidelines for Students with Disabilities; Every Child a Reader Why and How: Jennifer Rickard; CALI Reads; National Literacy Centers; Access Project; Literacy for Deaf Children; REACH EACH Through Literacy: Update; Preparing Teachers to Teach Reading

Cover Image of The Edge Newsletter: Winter 2019

The EDge Newsletter: Winter 2019

Moving On; Kristin Wright, State Direction, Special Education Division; Changing Systems, Improving Services; Policy and Legislation to Strengthen Partnerships; The Importance of High Expectations; Self-Advocacy: What It Looks Like; Turning Dreams Into Reality; What Adults Can Do? Be an Ally!; Involving Students in Their Own IEPs; Soft Skills: What They Are and Why They Are Important; Build Inclusion Everywhere—Beth Foraker; Person-Centered Planning

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Cover Image of The Edge Newsletter: Spring 2019

The EDge Newsletter: Spring 2019

Equity and Disability: The Bully Within—Catherine Kudlick; Kristin Wright, State Direction, Special Education Division; State Funds Available for Preschool Inclusion; Paving the Road to Equity: Preschool Inclusion; Inclusion: The IDEA Facts; Preschool Inclusion: Ensuring Equity for All Children; Implicit Bias—Mary Montle Bacon; Building Intentional Alignment at Every Level: CA Equity Performance Improvement Program; Addressing School Conditions, Climate, and Equity Through CA-MTSS; Ensuring Equity Through Parent Councils; Teacher Preparation and Equity

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The EDge Newsletter: Winter 2018

Mike Kirst’s Vision, California’s System of Support for School Improvement; Kristin Wright, State Direction, Special Education Division; Root Cause Analysis; Profiles of Educational Leaders: Parent, Teacher, SELPA Directors, District Superintendent; Improvement Science; California Schools Dashboard; Gifted and talented special education

Cover Image of The Edge Newsletter: Spring 2018

The EDge Newsletter: Spring 2018

The Supporting Inclusive Practices Project; Kristin Wright, State Direction, Special Education Division; Cornerstones of the SIP Project; Yreka Elementary Unified School District and Inclusive Practices; Inclusion and the Law; Preparing with Training and Support; Fresno Unified School District and Inclusive Practices; Covina-Valley Unified School District and Inclusive Practices; Embracing UDL; Arcadia Unified School District and Inclusive Practices; Collaborating; Orange Unified School District and Inclusive Practices; Becoming a SIP Site; Sustainability; A Model for Inclusion: CHIME Charter Elementary School

Cover Image of The Edge Newsletter: Spring 2017

The EDge Newsletter: Spring 2017

Toward a Beloved Community—Tony Coehlo; Kristin Wright, State Direction, Special Education Division; School Standards: A Backwards Map to Living-Wage Employment; The Importance of Competitive Employment: The Importance of Now—Joe Xavier; Initiatives That Support Living-Wage Employment for Students with Disabilities; Technology That Supports Successful Transition; Intersectionality; Project READ; Charter Schools and Transition to Adult Life; When to Begin Transition Planning: The IRIS Center—Resources; Living Transition—Christina Mills

Cover Image of The Edge Newsletter: Fall 2017

The EDge Newsletter: Fall 2017

Inclusive Education Begins in Preschool; Kristin Wright and Sarah Neville-Morgan; Inclusion in Preschool and Beyond: Legal and Scientific Background; Transition from Part C to Part B of IEA; Embedded Instruction: A Standard for All Grades; Project READ; California Dyslexia Guidelines; Setting the Standard for Statewide Training: California Autism Professional Transiting and Information Network; Early Screening and Intervention; Preschools That Work; A Family’s Perspective: Parenting a Child with Autism

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