How the common core can help students with disabilities

07/14/2013 | MiddleWeb

The move to the Common Core State Standards offers a challenge to educators to ensure that support offered to students with disabilities will empower, rather than limit, their potential to become independent learners, middle-grades co-teacher Elizabeth Stein writes in this blog post. "It's the way we create the learning environment that can make all the difference," writes Stein, a National Board Certified Teacher.

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