Posts by Karla Phillips-Krivickas
Transition planning is an intentional, organized, and coordinated process of guiding students with disabilities with education, experiences, supports, and services.
When students with disabilities don’t have equitable access to early college opportunities, they miss out on significant benefits and any conversation about equity is incomplete without including students with disabilities.
Students with disabilities are often told that the services and support they receive in school cannot be offered in dual or concurrent enrollment programs. Some states have taken steps to make sure that their students with disabilities have access to dual and concurrent enrollment programs.
By: Karla Phillips-Krivickas and Rebecca Midles. Learned through shared experiences, Karla and Rebecca share how schools can design student-centered, personalized learning for all students.
By: Karla Phillips-Krivickas. As schools are reopening their classroom doors, they should also open the door to reimagining education for students with disabilities.
Interest in personalized learning continues to surge. But not everyone understands what personalized learning is, and people are often wary of what they don’t understand--so how we talk about personalized learning can either engage families or push them away.
By: Karla Esparza-Phillips and Ace Parsi. Facing the daunting challenge of preparing all students for success, educators are caught in a persistent churn of reform and innovation. But have these innovations really moved the needle for students with disabilities?
By: Karla Esparza-Phillips and Ace Parsi. The rapidly growing interest in personalized learning leads us to believe that we may be finally reaching a tipping point. How can EdLeaders build a personalized learning system that meets the needs of all students?
By: Karla Phillips and Carri Schneider. Competency-based systems create a more transparent, complete, and accurate picture of student achievement than the traditional time-based and cohort-based system.