Posts Tagged
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November 23, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: board, concerns, education, hears, Hicksville, incident, local, Public, School

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Categories: Special needs education

HICKSVILLE – The Hicksville Exempted Village Schools Education Committee heard comments from several visitors about a verbal incident between a student and a high school advisor in September during its monthly meeting on Monday. In the words of one visitor, the counselor “cursed a student for 15 minutes” during a meeting in September that was […]

November 21, 2021

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Tags: dollars, education, Effort, Public, Seeks, siphon, Voucher

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Categories: Special needs education

Look for another education war in 2022 when key Republican leaders come up with a bill that would siphon off public education funds under the guise of “freedom of education” from private schools. Erickson SC Rep. Shannon Erickson, R-Beaufort, recently emailed the Palmetto Promise Institute to advance H. 3976, a bill it tabled in February […]

November 9, 2021 As parents, one of our most difficult tasks is to talk to our children about certain challenging topics. Books are a fantastic way to stimulate this type of discussion and provide valuable life lessons for our children. We recently reorganized and freshened up our parents’ collection. Now these books are even easier […]

November 5, 2021

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Tags: Edelblut, education, Letter, Public, undermines

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Categories: Special needs education

Published: 11/5/2021 7:00:04 AM It was disturbing to read that the decline in student test scores in some school districts was particularly pronounced among low-income, special needs and minority students. (Monitor, October 30th) The reaction of our education officer was also worrying. He never missed an opportunity to denigrate public schools and divert money from […]

October 22, 2021

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Tags: boost, education, Legislature, Pay, Public, Santa, schools, teacher

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Categories: Special needs education

The Santa Fe Schools Board is considering urging state lawmakers to “dramatically increase” teacher salaries, citing high teacher and staffing positions and rising housing costs in Santa Fe. A “staff crisis” resolution tabled by CEO Kate Noble during a board meeting on Thursday, if approved, would be submitted to the legislature ahead of the regular […]

October 21, 2021

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Tags: Accepting, Comment, COVID, FDA, Olds, Public, Vaccine, Year

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Categories: autism

From the STAND FOR HEALTH FREEDOM: Our booth: at a glance An FDA meeting will be held on October 26, 2021 to discuss Covid vaccination in children ages 5-11, with the Pfizer EUA being specifically expanded to include children ages five and older. You have until October 25, 2021 to submit a public comment that […]

October 8, 2021

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Tags: charter, education, facade, Open, private, Public, schools, Students

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Categories: Special needs education

As an educational policy researcher and author of a new book that I wrote together with my colleague Wagma Mommandi – Choice of School: How Charter Schools Control Access and Organize Enrollment, I have found that charter schools are not as open to the public as they are often portrayed to be. This finding is […]

September 22, 2021

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Tags: education, Inclusion, Public, pushing, schools, special, Spokane, Students

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Categories: Special needs education

Spokane Public Schools is working harder to make schools more inclusive for special needs students. On Wednesday evening, the district will brief school board members on its efforts to improve performance in an area criticized by a national consultancy four years ago. The plan, part of the district’s priority plan for 2021-22, is to “prioritize […]

MANSFIELD – Jim Leonard, District Special Education Director, is the guest on episode 07 of the Hello Hornets podcast. He talks about the Mansfield Public Schools approach to special education and how the district is constantly adapting to the changing needs of students and their families.

SALISBURY – Rowan-Salisbury Schools Superintendent Tony Watlington was the keynote speaker at the start of this year’s Power in Partnership series for the Rowan County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. The lecture series usually includes a personal breakfast and networking time, but the program is virtual for the time being. Watlington made a presentation to […]