We’re celebrating Stefanie M., an awesome speech-language pathology assistant who is passionate about helping students succeed.
Has the pandemic made identifying students with emotional disturbance more challenging for you as a school psychologist? If so, you’re not alone. Here are resources to help.
Teacher Appreciation Week is May 2-6, 2022, and this year’s theme is “Teaching is a Work of Heart.” Thank you, teachers, for all you do – especially during this challenging time!
School SLPs: Want to help your students who stutter strengthen their fluency? Here are valuable techniques, strategies and activities from a leading expert, Dr. Barbara Gutierrez.
Movement for students is important! Research has shown that movement allows students to be focused for longer periods of time, engaged in the classroom environment and have less overall anxiety.
It’s been a challenging year (or really two for that matter) and school OTs have been impacted just like all other educational professionals.
Want to know what it’s like to be a school SLP with Cross Country Education? Here’s what one of our outstanding SLPs has to say…
April is National Deaf History Month, the perfect time to teach your students about the history and accomplishments of the deaf and hard of hearing community.
Want to know what it’s like to be a substitute teacher with Cross Country Education? Here’s what one of our awesome subs has to say…
Meet Ezri, a DHH who loves working with students to help them reach their greatest potential.