The Blame Game! Are School Problems the Kids' Fault?
They think Brian's school problems are my fault. When I said he needed more individual help from the LD teacher, they shook their heads. They only "do collaborative" now. They told me I shouldn't use the word "dyslexia" because it sounds hopeless. Then they asked how my husband...
Colorado Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities
Note: The groups with a star (*) next to their names sponsored an advocacy training program by Pete and Pam Wright. Advocacy for the Whole Child Advocacy Project 4313 South Andes Way #204 Aurora, CO 80015 (303) 680-6741 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.advocacyproject.net *Advocacy Project... What Resources are Available for People with Vision Impairment and their Families?
What resources are available for people with vision impairment and their families? CDC does not study education or treatment programs for people with vision impairment and does not provide direct services to people with vision impairment or their families. However, CDC offers the following... OI Issues: Education
As the parent of a child with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), you need to become familiar with the federal and state services that are available to provide your child with a free and appropriate education designed specifically to meet his or her needs. You should be aware of and take an active role...
Free Resource - The Ultimate Guide to Special Needs Teaching: 100+ Resources and Links
June 26, 2008, 2:20 pm
Have you adopted a special needs child or children? Teaching methods that meet your child’s needs are difficult to find. This is true whether you choose to homeschool your child or utilize special education services through the public school system. You may spend hours formulating and working out... High Stakes Testing
February 8, 2008, 5:08 am
The parents and teachers at our school are definitely all a-flutter in anticipation of the annual state achievement testing mandated by No Child Left Behind. Because this is the virtual school’s first year of operation, the logistics of accommodating nearly 3000 students for testing across the... Was It a Disservice to Homeschool My Adopted Daughter With FAS
July 23, 2008, 6:23 pm
Today I received the results of my teenage daughter’s achievement test from the public school. If you have been reading for the past few weeks then you already know about the IQ test results. If not, here is the link to read about my surprise at her new IQ despite having FAS. My daughter has...
Elementary School Profile
Percentage of students who receive special education services : 22.5% 14.2%: Percentage of students identified as gifted : NA: 1.4%: Percentage of students whose first language is not English : 51.9% 23.4%:
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Elementary School Profile - Ministry of Education ...
Percentage of students who receive special education services : 22% 14.2%: Percentage of students identified as gifted : NA: 1.4%: Percentage of students whose first language is not English : NA: 23.4%: Percentage of students who are new to Canada from non-English speaking country : NA: