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“Did you just say I have a disability?! An I-E- what, you say?!”


How to Own Their Individualized Education Program in 10 easy steps

How many times have we worked with students that are aware they have these big meetings every year, but are not quite sure why? 1,249 more words

Instructional Support

Making Your Syllabus More Accessible

According to the National Center for Educational Statistics research, in the academic year 2007 – 2008, 11% of post-secondary students reported having a disability.1 This includes either a specific learning disability, a visual handicap, hard of hearing, deafness, a speech disability, an orthopedic handicap, or a health impairment.2 With more and more students of varying backgrounds entering higher education, this number is only expected to grow in the next decade. 1,413 more words


September 30th Unit Count Report from Delaware DOE w/Special Education Units, Charters Still Underserving Students With Disabilities @KilroysDelaware @ed_in_de @RCEAPrez @Apl_Jax @ecpaige @nannyfat @Roof_o #netde #Delaware #edchat #eduDE

Special Needs Parents of Delaware: The Delaware DOE has just released their September 30th Annual Enrollment Unit Count for every single public school in Delaware, including charters and vocational schools.  566 more words

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EDSP 6644 - Identification of School-Age Students with ASD: Confronting Underrepresentation

Identification of School-Age Students with ASD: Confronting Underrepresentation.

       The topic of early identification of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is of great interest to me. 1,384 more words


My Email To Matt Denn About The IEP Task Force, Denial Is Not Just A River In Egypt @KilroysDelaware @ed_in_de @RCEAPrez @Apl_Jax @ecpaige @nannyfat @roof_o #netde #eduDE #edchat #Delaware

Tomorrow night, November 12th, is the 5th meeting of the IEP Task Force.  Lieutenant Governor/future Attorney General Matt Denn has indicated the task force will continue past the drafting of the Governor’s Report, due in January 2015.  711 more words

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