Posts Tagged
‘Disability’

November 9, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Disability, education, Free, Island, learning, support

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Categories: Special needs education

By Ramya Kumar Kuppi Talk stands for the democratization of education and educational spaces by dealing with questions of access, (in) equality, exclusion and marginalization in our education systems. In discussions with school principals / teachers, parents and students, this Kuppi Talk deals with the everyday forms of violence and exclusion of children with special […]

November 5, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Disability, Misconceptions, Mom, Parenting

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

Mother on misconceptions about parenting with disabilities | PEOPLE.com Skip to content Top navigation Close this dialog box Discover PEOPLE.com Close this dialog box Share & more Close this dialog box View picture Alyssa Higgins says people “underestimate” their parenting as a disabled mother: “They want to attack” This link takes you to an external […]

November 3, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Claims, Disability, education, relief, Tax, Turnaround, welcomed, widely

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Categories: Special needs education

A massive outcry from civil society, parents and educators about the possibility of taxpayers to claim relief for the education of the disabled has led the South African tax office (Sars) to do a complete U-turn. Harmful changes in 2020 and this year, which would have made it impossible for many parents to be able […]

The Clark County School District violated federal disability law by failing to provide services that would adequately meet the needs of a student with dyslexia, a federal judge in Nevada ruled last week. In a stinging reprimand, Judge Richard Boulware wrote that the school district failed to address the student’s specific needs and ignored professional […]

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to the community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. Our first Twitter thread this week is from Kristen Bottema-Beutel, an associate professor at Boston College in Massachusetts. Her new study on autism looked at the interactions between autistic children and their […]