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Education Equity

ShaRhonda on education and equity.

My advise​ to my children:

My advise​ to my children:

Dear Ryann and Maya, I love you both more than you will ever know.  I pray everyday for you both

How to GoCPS for Elementary School, Part 2: The Application

How to GoCPS for Elementary School, Part 2: The Application

Welcome to how to use GoCPS! In case you missed Part One, here’s what to do to get up to

Disability Advocacy

ShaRhonda on disability advocacy.

Advice on How to Win High School Regardless of Your Disabilities From Someone Who Has Been There, Too.

MY FIRST GUEST COLUMNIST!  OMG, I am so excited to share this piece written by my dear friend, fellow disability advocate, proud Harry Potter loving friend, Megan!  Seriously, I love

I Am Disabled. Disabled Means Different, Not Broken.

The most difficult part of this whole, "admitting I am disabled" journey, has been, well, admitting I am disabled. And, since I don't "look disabled" usually I can pretend. I

A Back To School Love Letter to Parents of Kids With Special Needs/Disabilities

Dear Fellow Parent Warriors, While every parent has strong feelings as a new school year approaches—excitement, nerves, even a little worry—our special tribe of parents with children who have IEPs

Summer Is Tough for Parenting a Child With Disabilities But It’s Also an Opportunity

As a parent of a daughter with a disability, I feel like I am in a perpetual state of learning tips from the “experts.” Having a child with special needs

Racial Crossfit

A new anti-racist curriculum for you.

Teaching Black History To My Daughter

Teaching Black History To My Daughter

As a parent, it is important to teach my children their history.  Often the opportunities to teach them about their

I Am Tired: Can White Anti-Racists Allies Do The Work This Holiday Season?

I Am Tired: Can White Anti-Racists Allies Do The Work This Holiday Season?

Happy Thanksgiving and/or Happy Holiday Season! In the spirit of the holidays, I want to ask you a favor.  Let