Looking to June: Top 5 Priorities for Superintendents

By Dr. Robert Avossa, February 9, 2021 This article is the first in a series, developed in partnership with Dr. Avossa, to help schools address pressing issues for their students now—and plan for ongoing uncertainty (and maybe even some opportunities) in the upcoming school year. Avossa is a former superintendent and founder of K-12 Leadership

Compensatory Services Strategies in Three Steps

Parents, extended school year, and legal knowledge are key by Jenny Barker, Editorial Director, March 10, 2021 The impact of school closures upon students may well be an issue for years to come. The Biden administration has approved a new round of support in the American Rescue Plan for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency

Provider Spotlight: Stacey C.

Introduction Occupational therapist Stacey C. is a San Diego native. She’s been a practicing teletherapist since 2012. Stacey is the mother of a 13-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl, both doing virtual schooling. And she’s an amateur scuba diver—with her husband, she’s done scuba dives all over the world. My husband and I were married