Miriam’s provocative article, “Where is Willie Sutton When We Need Him to Fix Special Education?” Copyright (C) 2011 by Texas Study of Secondary Education, Texas Association of Secondary School Principals. All rights reserved. It is published in the Spring 2011 Texas Study of Secondary Education, TASSP (Texas Association of Secondary School Principals). www.tassp.org.
To be published by Education Update. www.educationupdate.com
Three experts weigh in on issues of fixing special education–a discussion that was begun by Common Good as a book party for my Fixing Special Education–12 Steps to Transform a Broken System. The experts are Michael Best, general counsel of New York City public schools, Jean Johnson, Executive Vice President of Public Agenda, and me.
The Boston Globe published my letter that they titled, “Better Ed, not special ed.” It’s about hiring more regular educators to beef up regular education as a way to improve learning for all, rather than just hiring special educators. http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/letters/articles/2010/07/14/better_ed_instead_of_special_ed/
John Merrow’s new book, Below C Level–How American Education Encourages Mediocrity and What We Can Do About It cites Miriam and the Fixing Special Education–12 Steps to Transform a Broken System book!
Common Good hosts Book party at its New York City office for Miriam’s new book, Fixing Special Education–12 Steps to Transform a Broken System. The event generated much discussion and forthcoming articles in EducationUpdate.com.
The Newton Tab features Miriam’s new book, Fixing Special Education—12 Steps to Transform a Broken System. http://www.wickedlocal.com/newton/news/x1107440478/Newton-attorney-authors-book-on-how-to-fix-special-education-in-12-steps
Miriam’s book, IEP and Section 504 Team Meetings… and the Law (2010) is reviewed in Teaching Exceptional Children Plus. by Diana Baker. http://escholarship.bc.edu/education/tecplus/vol6/iss4/art4.
Fordham’s Education Gadfly reviews Miriam’s new book, Fixing Special Education. http://www.edexcellence.net/gadfly/index.cfm?issue=537#a5695 Great review!