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SWIFT Talk Blog

SWIFT Talk Blog

Re-imagining Education

Filtering by: Inclusive Policy Structure & Practice

The Impact of SWIFT Technical Assistance

Recently, we had an opportunity to look back at the outcomes of this technical assistance, publishing our findings in a special issue of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disability (AAIDD) journal ‘Inclusion.’  To complete this special issue, researchers culled through SWIFT data in each domain (i.e., policy, administrative leadership, family and community engagement, integrated education, and multi-tiered systems of support).

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Where do you even begin? Begin with SWIFT-FIA

Learn more about SWIFT-FIA, a self-assessment used by school leadership teams to examine their implementation of SWIFT features.

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How a SWIFT-FIT assessment benefits your school

Learn how to use a SWIFT-FIT to measure your school’s current reality and progress toward your goal for equity and excellence for all.

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SWIFT Family and Community Engagement in the Pendleton (OR) School District

Family and community engagement success at Washington Elementary.

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ALL Means ALL

Equity-based health care delivery to ALL students is my mission.

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State Spotlight on Mississippi

“There is always a sense of urgency when it comes to providing high quality instruction for all students."

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Understanding intersectionality is critical to advancing educational equity for all

Demonstrating a recognition and appreciation of difference is an important step in creating supportive and inclusive learning environments.

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Maryland State Spotlight - Queen Anne’s County on the Cutting Edge of Cultural Competence

Queen Anne’s County Public Schools takes an active approach to equity through Cultural Competence.

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Supporting Schoolwide Transformation

Stanton Elementary was slated to close, but after implementing whole school reform, students began to excel and their grades improved.

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