What I Wish Authors Knew and Readers Gained – Disability Representation in Children’s Literature

LWPTSA Special Education Group

Join the Special Education Group for a presentation by Lei Wiley-Mydske on May 18. Lei Wiley-Mydske is the founder of Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Lending Library and creator of Neurodivergent Narwhals. The mission of the Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Library is to promote understanding, Continue reading What I Wish Authors Knew and Readers Gained – Disability Representation in Children’s Literature

Family Resources for Talking about Race & Social Justice

Our Council logo includes a powerful reminder that inclusion is at the heart of all we do: “every child. one voice.” PTSA is an organization that supports and advocates for every child in our diverse community. This list comes from Continue reading Family Resources for Talking about Race & Social Justice

LWPTSA Special Education Group April 2021 Meeting

LWPTSA Special Education Group

“There is no such thing as a single issue struggle because we do not lead single issue lives.” Audre Lorde Equity Means Disability Justice – at the intersection of Disability and Race Yordanos Gebreamlak, Senior Education Ombuds of the Governor’s Continue reading LWPTSA Special Education Group April 2021 Meeting