Dr. Stone interviewed for The Potrero View

Dr. Stone interviewed for The Potrero View

Stone emphasized the importance of families thoroughly researching potential counseling services, referencing the IECA as the only group within an unregulated industry that vets its membership. She also touted the association’s efforts to address economic inequalities among those college bound.

“The IECA membership is committed to taking on as many pro-bono clients as they can,” said Stone. “They also offer free workshops in the community, and work with community groups, as well as take on individual pro bono clients. We’ve partnered with nonprofits and worked with the San Mateo Boys & Girls Club, for example.”

Dr. Stone to speak on special needs students at EdRev Conference 2017

Dr. Stone has once again been invited as a guest speaker at the EdRev Conference held at AT&T Park in San Francisco on April 22, 2017.  This annual conference brings parents, students, and educators together for a day of learning on educational access for students with special learning needs.  Dr. Stone will be presenting work from her book, The Better College Essay:  Fitting In and Standing Out with a focus on how students who have had academic challenges can use their college essays to explain growth and change as preparation for college.

Writing Associate, Meredith Charlson contributes to new textbook

Writing Associate, Meredith Charlson contributes to new textbook

Campanile's Writing Associate, Meredith Charlson, is a contributing writer to a newly published text book (Charles C Thomas, 2016):  HELPING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS, ACADEMIC LANGUAGE AND LITERACY THROUGH LITERATURE STORIES, VIGNETTES, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES: A Secondary and Post-Secondary Emphasis.  Congratulations, Meredith, on this significant accomplishment.