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Deciding to Teach Them All
Carol Ann Tomlinson
How--and why--we must differentiate instruction in a mixed-ability classroom.
Celebrating Diverse Minds
The founder of All Kinds of Minds tells how to foster students’ strengths and manage their learning differences.
Making Inclusive Education Work
Richard A. Villa and Jacqueline S. Thousand
Systems-level practices benefit all students, not only those with disabilities.
Inclusion: A Matter of Social Justice
In inclusive classrooms, students learn to thrive in a diverse society.
A Public Agenda Survey
When It’s Your Own Child
What parents praise and criticize about special education services.
Empowering Families, Supporting Students
Informal support groups reduce parents’ feelings of helplessness.
Grading Students with Disabilities
Dennis D. Munk and William D. Bursuck
Which grading adaptations are fair, effective, and meaningful?
Tracking: The Good, the Bad, and the Questions
Janet T. Atkins and Judy Ellsesser
On Bread Net, teachers considered the positive and negative experiences they’ve had with tracking.
Working with Paraprofessionals
Michael F. Giangreco
The wise classroom teacher retains the chief role as instructor.
Universal Design: Accessibility for All Learners
Tools for learning open up opportunities for all students.
The Multiple Benefits of Dual Language
Wayne P. Thomas and Virginia P. Collier
For English learners and native English speakers, these programs can narrow the achievement gap.
When Should Bilingual Students Be in Special Education?
Janette K. Klingner and Alfredo J. Artiles
We must learn to distinguish between disabilities and normal second-language development.
Raising Expectations for the Gifted
Strategies for adding challenging activities to the standard curriculum.
A Second Chance for Refugee Students
J. Lynn McBrien
Helping students who have fled war and hardships.
Respecting Students’ Cultural Literacies
A reminder that students have their own personal stores of knowledge.
So That All People Can See Themselves
Stanley C. Trent
A parent learns from his daughter that a label is not an identity.
Miles to Go
89 Research Link
Grouping Gifted Students
John H. Holloway
90 Index to Advertisers
92 Web Wonders
94 ASCD Community in Action
96 Letter from Washington
All Children Can Learn
Denis P. Doyle
EL Study Guide
(ASCD magazine) Volume 61, Number 2, October 2003.