Ahh. There's no place like home, especially if you're a kindergartner whose been sitting and working all day on phonics worksheets, or seated in front of a screen doing reading exercises.
Once you … Read More
Parents with students who have disabilities are troubled by the problems their children face in public schools. They may turn to charter schools believing they will finally get the services they find … Read More
The following is written by a teacher who asked that I post her essay but remain anonymous. Isn't it sad that we live in a time where teachers feel they will get in trouble if they write about their … Read More
Daisy Has Autism by Aaron J. Wright should be mandatory reading for every school board member, school administrator, and teacher. It's a book that will help parents of children with disabilities know … Read More
This is a good time to think about the arts. The visuals and sounds of the holidays, art, music, and drama, surround us. It's a reminder that children need access to learning about the arts in public … Read More