Special Education

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We see different as positive

Too often, the education community “sees” students with different learning abilities as problems that require solutions. We are calling on special education educators to help usher in a new approach to teaching students with disabilities—one that sees the diversity of learning abilities as a positive.

As part of this approach, we define “different” as representing the limitless potential in all students. We defend “different” to any who don’t yet know the power of individuality. And we deliver “different” in our programs and content, utilizing actionable data to unlock the unique potential in every learner.

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Define Different

We ALL learn differently, and it’s a good thing we do. At HMH®, we don’t try to define “different” with a single sentence. Instead, we embrace multiplicity and create learning experiences that celebrate differences.

Defend Different

You see your learners as they are: unique, brilliant individuals. So do we. Help everyone see what we see, and join us as we advocate for difference and foster learning for all.

Deliver Different

Powerful data and teacher tools are the difference between delivering a lesson plan and delivering personalized learning. By utilizing the best of technology and research, we help you craft different learning experiences to match the needs of every student and unlock their unique potential.

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Personalize instruction

Our programs provide real-time data, supports for differentiation, program-embedded assessment, and adaptive instruction to align to individual needs and set all students on the path to success.

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Unparalleled expertise

Special education teachers can count on the expertise of educational curriculum thought leaders to bring passionate and precise research and consultation to every program and service.

Dr. Deborah Ball
Dean, University of Michigan
Dr. Sybilla Beckmann
Content & Practices; Professor, University of Georgia
Dr. David Dockterman
Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Dr. Ted Hasselbring
Emeritus Professor, Vanderbilt University; HMH Learning Sciences & Research Advisory Board
Dr. Kate Kinsella
Author, English 3D; Co-Author, Read 180®; Teacher Educator, Researcher; CEO, Dr. Kate Kinsella & Associates
Lorna Simmons
Author, Saxon Phonics and Spelling
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