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26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School

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26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School

"It saddens me when a school is wanting to book my Meet the Author + Autism Education program, but can not afford our fairly priced visits. Please know, this doesn't have to be! Numerous organizations provide grants and funding that can cover most, if not all, the cost of an author visit. I wanted to create a resource page dedicated to some of these grants, in hopes your students will meet an author this year and in years to come..."

"26 Grants That Fund Author Visits For Your School"
by: Holly Terei, Author, Founder of The Noah Robert Project

 

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Back to School: A Special Needs Parent's Guide to a Successful Transition

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Back to School: A Special Needs Parent's Guide to a Successful Transition

Summer vacation is winding down and kid's are heading back to school. For special needs parents and their children, this can be a challenging and overwhelming time. Here at The Noah Robert Project, we have provided some strategies to help families confidently transition into the school year.

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45 Books that Promote Autism Acceptance & Understanding

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45 Books that Promote Autism Acceptance & Understanding

April is Autism Awareness Month! What better way to spread awareness and understanding than reading and teaching your child about Autism. We have compiled a list of children's books geared towards elementary aged kids, perfect for your home, school, or place of worship.

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20 Bulletin Board & Door Ideas for Autism Awareness Month

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20 Bulletin Board & Door Ideas for Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month!
This is the perfect time for your schools to showcase their support for these exceptional students. Here are 20 different bulletin board and classroom door ideas to help bring autism awareness and acceptance to your school.

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Inclusion: Through a Teacher's Eyes

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Inclusion: Through a Teacher's Eyes

"I also feel that there is just no amount of professional development training's that could ever be enough to prepare me completely for the task at hand.

There are many, many things that can cause an inclusion classroom to fail or succeed. Inclusion requires the highest level of teamwork school-wide and within the classroom, an extreme amount of patience, flexibility, a constant desire and drive to be better than the day, week, or month before, and a lot of passion..."

Inclusion: Through a Teacher's Eyes

by: Marina Gallop

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