A little over a year ago, I had the opportunity to enroll in my first fieldwork experience in an elementary school as a McGill student. This elementary school was filled with diverse learners, some of which had something called an IEP (Individualized Education Program). 1,010 more words
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It is no secret that educational budget cuts have left classrooms overcrowded which ultimately results in teachers becoming overworked. They make every effort to cut corners and find ways to carry out even the simplest of tasks. 590 more words
George Mason University
Attention-Deficit Disorder, also known as ADD or A.D.D., is one of the most common childhood hereditary brain disorders/learning disabilities that can continue on through adolescence and adulthood. 342 more words
Parents have most likely figured out that schools could save a tree by conserving some of the paper they hand out at any given IEP meeting. 857 more words
Does Minority Status Increase the Effect of Disability Status on Elementary Schoolchildren’s Academic Achievement?
The authors investigated whether children’s reading and mathematics growth trajectories from kindergarten to fifth grade inter-related, and to what extent disability and minority status interacted to predict their achievement trajectories. 124 more words