Posts Tagged
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October 14, 2021

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Tags: Arkansas, Cabot, education, named, special, teacher, Year

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Categories: Special needs education

CABOT, Ark. – A special education teacher in Cabot is Arkansas Teacher of the Year 2022. In addition to being a special education teacher at Stagecoach Elementary in Cabot, Jessica Saum is also a mother, military spouse, and advocate for children with special needs and military families. Little did she know that today would be […]

October 13, 2021

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Tags: country, East, education, funding, Lowest, News, Riding, special

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Categories: Special needs education

Because the number of students who need it will increase. Author: Local Democracy Reporter, Joe GerrardPublished 1 hour ago Assistance was not available to an East Riding Special Needs Child (SEND) after hundreds of vendors were approached amid a “creaky” national system and a looming £ 90 million deficit, councilors heard. The East Riding Council […]

October 13, 2021

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Tags: advanced, Daily, Development, education, Herald, policy, special, stages

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Categories: Special needs education

PHILIPSBURG – A special educational funding policy is currently in an advanced stage of development and should be completed this year. Education, Culture, Youth and Sport (ECYS) Minister Rodolphe Samuel told MPs last Friday that the first working draft of the directive has been presented to key stakeholders, both internally and externally, for their feedback […]

October 11, 2021

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Tags: Bottom, Crisis, demand, education, faces, Rock, services, special, Unprecendented

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Categories: autism

“We are at crisis point….” “We are at rock bottom…” By Anne Dachel Here’s a recap of stories posted over the past week or so on my site, Loss of Brain Trust.  https://www.lossofbraintrust.com/ Again my main focus is on what’s happening in Britain . Two stories in the UK Times and one in the Irish […]

Parenting is a challenge no matter what the circumstances. When you are parenting a child with special needs, the challenges often have to be taken on with different techniques and a large amount of grace! Today we have Chantelle Paige Turner from Stronger Mommy to talk about her experience of being a mom to an […]

October 10, 2021

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Tags: aims, education, Families, Left, Navy, program, special

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Categories: Special needs education

(Tribune News Service) – Moving to Hampton Roads wasn’t that easy for the Bernabe family, and it got worse when their twin son and daughter virtually started kindergarten in September 2020. “Within 20 minutes of his first virtual session, there was a loud noise. That was because another student’s speaker system was not properly calibrated […]

From the time she wakes up in the morning until the time she goes to bed at night, Green Bay parent Denise Seibert’s life centers around her son, Tyler. At just two weeks old, Tyler was diagnosed with fragile X syndrome, a genetic condition that causes a range of developmental problems, including learning disabilities and […]

Release date: October 8, 2021 10:54 amAuthor: Texas AFT On Monday, Texas AFT attorney Patty Quinzi testified before the Texas Education Agency about the proposed Charter School Performance Framework (CSPF) for charter schools. The indicators within the CSPF are intended to assess compliance with federal laws, state laws, state rules or regulations and / or […]

October 7, 2021

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Tags: Advocacy, education, Law, Oct, Parent, special, Webinar

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Categories: Special needs education

“Finding your voice as a parent: special education law and advocacy” Webinar on Monday, October 25th, 7:00 p.m. jointly with the Stamford JCC (Stamford, CT) Register here at Zoom. Speaker: Lawyer Lawrence Berliner, Connecticut Special Education Law Jane Faherty, Stamford JCC JumpStart Director and Special Education Teacher Allie Grafman, educational advisor and special education teacher […]

October 7, 2021

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Tags: board, education, Focus, meets, Pasadena, special, Thursday

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Categories: Special needs education

The board of directors of the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) will be informed on Thursday of ongoing and future programs and projects for special education students in the district. At the meeting, the board will discuss suggestions for improving the district’s programs for students with disabilities. Topics for discussion include suggested improvements in learning […]

October 6, 2021

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Tags: caring, Child, Lifestyles, Parenting, special

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

The day a child is born is one of the happiest days of a parent’s life. New parents know that they have things to learn and that there will be challenges along the way. These challenges might be more immediate for parents of children with special needs. According to Active Parenting Publishers, “special needs” refers […]

MONROE, La. (KNOE) – Monroe City Schools is delaying adding cameras to special education classes despite new state law mandating it. In June, Governor John Bel Edwards signed law requiring cameras in special education classes if a parent so requests. A parent could also see the footage upon request. However, at a policy committee meeting […]