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‘Opinion’

Early education advocates want you to believe that the arguments for a universal preschool are so concrete that it is heresy to question their track record. After all, who wouldn’t want to help adorable little kids achieve early success? However, the data show that a universal preschool will have an adverse impact on children as […]

July 24, 2021

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Tags: battle, Childs, education, Opinion, shouldnt

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Categories: Special needs education

The use of the author’s techniques and strategies to support the understanding and development of her daughter, as well as the description of the charisma, persistence and individuality of her daughter, gave me pleasure. But their challenge to include something as simple as learning sign language in their individual education plan was annoying. There are […]

July 24, 2021

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Tags: Boston, disparities, Globe, Health, lead, Opinion, requirements, School, Vaccination

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Categories: autism

Thanks to Alison Chapman of Massachusetts for posting this opinion piece that ran on the Boston Globe. It’s surprising they did it, but I learned a saying decades ago, “Don’t punish progress,” and this opinion piece is important information that could help thousands of families whose children are excluded from school. ### OPINION Education improves […]

July 12, 2021

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Tags: Boston, disparities, Globe, Health, lead, Opinion, requirements, School, Vaccination

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Categories: autism

Thanks to Alison Chapman of Massachusetts for posting this opinion piece that ran on the Boston Globe. It’s surprising they did it, but I learned a saying decades ago, “Don’t punish progress,” and this opinion piece is important information that could help thousands of families whose children are excluded from school. ### OPINION Education improves […]

While the budget, pandemic and the aftermath of the Uri winter storm dominated much of the last legislature, lawmakers made unprecedented strides in aligning education with the labor market that will have long-term benefits for Texan students, employers and the economy. Several new policies will ensure that students have access to the educational opportunities needed […]