Monthly Archives: September 2012

Can this IEP be saved?

Can this IEP be saved? Mr.and Mrs. John’s daughter, Sarah, a fourth grader, is autistic with good language and academic skills.   While out in general education classes in second-grade, Sarah would often break down and cry when she felt anxious … Continue reading

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New Teacher? How’s That Going for Ya?

“Luck is the residue of design.” September marks the end of summer and the beginning of many a new school year in districts across the country. A new teacher can make or break the school year for a special needs … Continue reading

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