SWIFT Education Center launched four new partnerships with school districts to participate in an Equity Leadership research grant funded by the U.S.
Orange County (CA) Alternative, Community, and Correctional Education Schools and Services educator teams developed analogies to help them explain MTSS to their colleagues and community.
Recently, we had an opportunity to look back at the outcomes of this technical assistance, publishing our findings in a special issue of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disability (AAIDD) journal ‘Inclusion.’ To complete this special issue, researchers culled through SWIFT data in each domain (i.e., policy, administrative leadership, family and community engagement, integrated education, and multi-tiered systems of support).
Learn more about SWIFT-FIA, a self-assessment used by school leadership teams to examine their implementation of SWIFT features.
Learn how to use a SWIFT-FIT to measure your school’s current reality and progress toward your goal for equity and excellence for all.
Recently we were asked some thought provoking questions about MTSS. We wanted to respond as well as invite you to join the conversation here on SWIFT Talk.
Here are the questions and our responses.
Dr. Meisenheimer reflects on how Dr. Sailor's influence changed her thinking about disability and inclusion.
I learned that “small town charm” isn’t just a cute saying; it is the foundation of rural livelihood.