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Our podcasts feature WestEd’s leading voices, skilled practitioners, and expert researchers in a variety of fields sharing their experiences and expertise on the most pressing issues in education and human development.
This audiocast series is designed to help educators equitably serve the whole-person needs of their communities. Each audiocast shares a story from a public school or district in the United States, describing their innovative, evidence-based approach to this work.
How can educators better understand and allocate resources to meet the needs of all students, including those who are underserved? That’s the story we explore in this seven-part podcast series presented by the California Association of School Business Officials and WestEd.
Hosts Sara Doutre and Susan Hayes dive into the world of state special education accountability and support systems, also known as general supervision — aka “General Soup.”
WestEd’s experts, along with leading scholars and practitioners in the fields of education and human development, discuss ways to help every learner to thrive in school, career, and life.
This podcast highlights innovative and promising school practices across the country that enhance outcomes for students with disabilities and create teaching and learning opportunities for educators.