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Changing Perspectives Featured in The Washington Post!
Bringing ‘Wonder’s’ lessons of empathy and inclusion to life for students It isn’t often that my son jumps in the
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Why ‘Wonder,’ the Movie, Can’t Best the Book It’s Based On
Like most people who love the best-selling book “Wonder,” I’ve been thrilled by the success of the movie version. It captures
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Transforming Schoolyards, Our Most Abundant Public Spaces
Green Schoolyards America founder Sharon Danks has a plan to turn asphalt schoolyards across America into green spaces that improve children’s
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7 Things to Do When Your Kid Points Out Someone’s Differences
“There is no reason to ask what is “wrong” with a child or demand an explanation of the child’s condition
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Staff Videos
The Changing Perspective team recently recorded short videos about themselves & explained why they are committed to promoting disability awareness
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Dyslexia: The Learning Disability That Must Not Be Named
Megan Lordos, a middle school teacher, says she was not allowed to use the word “dyslexia.” She’s not alone. Parents
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Changing Perspectives Participates in the #ChooseKind Video Challenge
The Changing Perspectives staff participated in the #choosekind video challenge. Each staff member made a short video explaining how they
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The Beautiful Side Of Disability
“Born with cerebral palsy, Xian has embraced her physical differences and used them to educate and improve the lives of
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Researchers studied kindergarteners' behavior & followed up 19 years later
” A new study shows that when children learn to interact effectively with their peers and control their emotions, it can have
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Changing perspectives at Shelburne Community School
“Perspectives are changing at Shelburne Community School and other schools throughout the state. At least, that is the intention of
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