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"Does It Have to Be That Hard?": Principals' stories of supporting students with special education needs during emergency schooling
Jeffrey MacCormack, Daniel John Anderson, Steve Sider
Diversity via Distance: Lessons learned from families supporting students with special education needs during remote learning
Jess Whitley, Jeffrey MacCormack, Ian Matheson, Jacqueline Specht, Steve Sider, Kimberly Maich
School Principals and Students With Special Education Needs in a Pandemic: Emerging Insights from Ontario, Canada
"Who is Your Nathalia?"
"School Principals and Inclusive Schools: A Case Study of Complex Contexts and Competing Perspectives"
Michael Fairbrother, Kimberly Maich & Steve Sider
School Principals: Leading the Way to Inclusive Schools
The Conversation: Schools after coronavirus: Seize 'teachable moments' about racism and inequalities
Steve Sider and Ardavan Eizadirad
Ontario College of Teachers: Exploring Leadership Practices through Case Inquiry
School Principals and Students with Special Education Needs
Steve Sider, Kimberly Maich and Jhonel Morvan
The Conversation: Every Child Matters
Violence in schools: What can we learn from critical incidents?
Steve Sider and Mėlissa Villella
2019 Intersectionalities Conference
Canadian School Programs for Students with Emotional/Behavioural Disorders
Dr. Steve Sider University Research Site
Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education Site
The Heart and Spirit of Inclusion VoicEd Radio
Listen to Kimberly Maich (Memorial University), Jhonel Morvan (Brock University) and Steve Sider (Wilfrid Laurier University) as they discuss how to support new school leaders as they begin to create inclusive school environments and communities.
Schools after coronavirus VoicEd Radio
Listen to Sider and Eizadirad discuss "important issues that have been brought to light during the pandemic on the radar of schools and communities. In this conversation, we talk about systemic inequity, the language we use to frame the issues and some practical ways to begin conversations with staff, parents, and community members." -voicEd Radio