Tag Archives: IEPs

Everything Special Education Teachers Want from Their Principals* (*But Are Afraid to Ask For)

By Andrew Hawk In the decades since special education became a mainstay in American education, the details of it (such as delivery models and individual education plan formats) have continued to evolve. From state to state and even school district … Continue reading

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Legal Protections for Kids with LD

By Rhoda Cummings, Ed.D., author of The Survival Guide for Kids with LD Kids with LD (learning differences) are most successful at school, at home, and in their communities when they have strong advocates. In most cases, these advocates are parents … Continue reading

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9 Tips to Help Special Education Teachers and Classroom Teachers Collaborate

By Andrew Hawk The evolution of public education in America has prompted the need for collaboration between colleagues in public schools. This is especially true regarding special education and classroom teachers. For two years in a row, the Department of … Continue reading

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