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WANT TO SUBMIT AN ARTICLE TO THINK INCLUSIVE?

We are looking for content that addresses the needs of our diverse audience and that relates to special education, inclusion, disabilities, or disability rights.

WE RECEIVE MANY REQUESTS FOR GUEST POSTS AND IT IS (NEARLY) IMPOSSIBLE TO ACCEPT EVERY ONE.

We would rather not respond to requests asking us to choose from a list of suggested titles.

Therefore, we will only review posts that meet our submission guidelines (as follows).

YOUR ARTICLE SHOULD BE RELEVANT, PRACTICAL, AND WELL-WRITTEN.

Think Inclusive covers the following topics:

  • inclusive education
  • special education
  • disability rights
  • parent rights
  • human/civil rights
  • LGBTQ issues
  • disability in the workplace
  • community living for disabled individuals
  • identity-first language
  • due process issues in special education
  • education news as it directly relates to special education or inclusion
  • promoting disabled voices
  • other topics generally related to Inclusion (with a big “I”)

This means we will not accept posts about random topics.

Our audience is comprised of educators (both general/special education teachers and administrators), parents (typically of children with disabilities), disabled writers, and disability rights advocates and activists.

YES! WE PAY OUR WRITERS FOR ORIGINAL WORK.

We are a small operation, but we want to make sure we pay you for your work. So if your article is chosen, we will pay you a minimum of $50 (via PayPal). We don’t typically pay if you are affiliated with an organization, you are promoting a book or product, or if you are link building. 

Also, you get to keep the rights to your own work. We just ask that you don’t republish your article somewhere else for at least a couple of months.