7.1 million students, ages 3-21, receive special education services in the United States.
Author: Miranda Keskes
Crayola Celebrates Diversity With A New Line of Skin-Tone Color Crayons
The little girl in me who spent hours cooped up in her room with her coloring books is geeked!
Robodog Named SPOT Proves we are Living in a Dystopian Sci-fi Novel
Timid around dogs? You may actually enjoy Robo SPOT’s company. After all, he never sheds and, having no face of his own, he can’t lick yours.
‘M Is for MAMA (and also Merlot)’ Is the Next Great Classic for Moms
A great gift for new moms, this book pairs perfectly with a bottle of Merlot and a genuine sense of humor.
Laura Benanti Creates Community During COVID-19 Crisis
Have a young performer in your life? Be sure to post them singing their little hearts out with the hashtag #SunshineSongs.
Teachers Go Above and Beyond to Create Social Distancing Parade for Kids
Let’s hope this unprecedented time in our history will at least produce a renewed culture of respect for our educators.
Sick of Shia? Let’s Celebrate Zack. He Deserves It.
Let’s shift the narrative and shine some well-deserved light on Zack, who has won his own slew of awards
Autism Still Lives Here
Autism still lives here. I want it to leave. I’ve tried taming it, coaxing it, encouraging it to move on. For awhile now, I thought it listened. So sure was I that it had vacated the premises, I made comments like, “I’m not so sure he even has autism,” and […]