Submission Guidelines

If you would like to submit an article, commentary or first-person narrative to specialEdpost , follow the instructions below for consideration. 

  • The post should be related to special education in some way. We are a large, diverse community, and we welcome the opinions of all people who have a connection to the special needs community, either personally or professionally.
  • The post should be proof-read as much as possible. Of course, we can help with that too.
  • The post may include links to your website and blog in a brief author’s bio (approximately 3 sentences), which will be published at the end of the guest post.

You can email your submission to Susan Gordon at specialedpost@gmail.com

We will respond to everyone who submits an idea or a post.  Please check the blog periodically to see if your post has been published.  

Thank you in advance for your participation.

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  1. I am writing in regards to an idea of a possible Human Interest story or article for Specialedpost.
    Rose Morris, the mother of an autistic child, Abram, designed and patented a portable enclosure bed, THE SAFETY SLEEPER, to address Abram’s sleep and night wandering issues. Subsequently Rose started Abram’s Bed, LLC to bring The Safety Sleeper to parents and caregivers that can benefit from use of the bed and make an actual difference real families lives.

    More of Rose’s story and The Safety Sleeper can be found at:
    http://www.thesafteysleeper.com

    Rose also happens to be the chair of a non-profit foundation: Fund It Forward-to ease the burdens of families with special needs by raising money for medical equipment.
    http://www.funditforward.org

    Contact :
    Rose Morris
    rose@thesafetysleeper.com
    cell 412-580-6537

  2. Hello,

    I have read your submission guidelines but am unsure how I physically submit an article. Do I email it to a particular address or is there a link I missed somewhere?

    Thanks for your assistance.
    Gregory Branch

  3. Hey Susan,
    I have an article I’d like to submit. Where should I send it?

    Thanks.

  4. Jessica Velasco says:

    Dear Sir or Madam,
    I would love to submit an article for your site. Could you please contact me with specific submission instructions? I assume you don’t want articles posted here, do you?
    Thanks for your time.
    Jessica

    • Hi Jessica,

      We welcome all articles or commentaries that are related to special education in some way. We are a large, diverse community, and we welcome the opinions of all people who have a connection to the special needs community, either personally or professionally.

      The post should be proof-read as much as possible. Of course, we can help with that too.
      The post may include links to your website and blog in a brief author’s bio (approximately 3 sentences), which will be published at the end of the guest post.

      We will respond to everyone who submits an idea or a post.

      Thank you in advance for your participation.

      Jason

  5. Hello, SpecialEdPost!
    Please post the two following events. I’m not sure if you need PDFs but for now I will simply give you the blurbs.
    Thanks!
    Paula Moyer, Chair Sudbury SEPAC

    NO SIBLINGS LEFT BEHIND, Supporting Siblings of People with Disabilities:
    Growing up with a brother or sister with a disability, whether the disability is mental or physical, seen or unseen, is a unique, challenging, and potentially rewarding experience. The Massachusetts Sibling Support Network presents the sibling experience, strategies to support siblings across the life span, research on the impact of disabilities on siblings, and more.
    WHEN: January 10, 2013 from 7:30-9pm
    WHERE: Goodnow Library on Union Ave, Sudbury MA

    MANAGING THE WORK OF HOMEWORK:
    After a long day at school, even the most organized and capable students may find it challenging to settle down, get their homework done, and get it where it needs to go. Parents face the daunting task of providing “just right” support while attempting to determine what actually helps their children succeed. Speakers from Architects for Learning will introduce an effective model for helping students of all ages become successful Homework Project Managers, and will explore how parents can nurture the planning, organization, and self-monotoring skills necessary for long-term academic success.
    WHEN: January 31, 2013 from 7-8:30pm
    WHERE: Fairbank Community Senior Center at 40 Fairbank Rd, Sudbury MA

    Please visit our website at suburysepac.org for updates and information!

  6. Please be clear on who you are. Are you representing an organization? Are you connected to a research group? Why did you start this newsletter? All websites and blogs have a point of view, some idea(s) to promote, or something to sell.

    Let your readers in and build trust and relationships in that way.

  7. Becky Peterson says:

    Please add me to the newsletter list.

  8. Helen Olson says:

    Hi,

    I’m writing to let you know that we may have an article that’s perfect for your site. I just thought I’d share that with you.

    Thanks for time!
    Helen Olson

  9. Jane Bongato says:

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