Updated: Jun 22
There is a ton of information on the internet on just about everything.
If you are looking for sources of information about inclusive education, it can be quite daunting. Believe it or not, inclusive practices are happening all around the country and the world. One of the strategies that I use is to turn to “inclusion twitter.” By all means, this is not an exhaustive list, but it will get you started to find out what the community is talking about.
You can always check out the Twitter feeds of Think Inclusive, MCIE, and Carol Quirk (CEO of MCIE), but here are 34 more Twitter accounts that you need to follow to stay “in the know” about inclusion.
Proud military wife and mother of 3; one who happens to rock an extra chromosome. Disability advocate and blogger at http://inclusionevolution.com
SWIFT is a national research and technical assistance center that promotes learning achievement for each and every student.
An alliance of organizations committed to ensuring that all students are served during #COVID19 and beyond. Dedicated to equity. Tweets are not endorsements.