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An Inside Look At The Dark Minds Of The High-Stakes Testing Regimen of DOE and AIR

The below document is disturbing on many levels.  It is the minutes from a joint meeting from the Delaware Department of Education and American Institutes for Research.  301 more words

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Teaching Chemistry to Students with Disabilities:A Manual for High Schools, Colleges, and Graduate Programs

In its 4th edition, this publication by the American Chemical Society Committee on Chemists with Disabilities, addresses a host of topics pertinent to teaching chemistry to students with disabilities. 216 more words


Chair of Wilmington Education Improvement Commission Tony Allen Clears The Air & My Thoughts On Special Education For The Commission

In a Facebook post on the “Solutions for Wilmington Schools” page, Wilmington Education Improvement Commission Chair Tony Allen addressed some concerns people were having, including myself… 1,864 more words

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Building a Climate of Acceptance: "Inclusion" for All Students

By Emily C. Raebeck

Each day, as the staff members and I escort our students to and from the school buses the mayhem begins. Cars are told not to enter the street behind the buses, but they do not listen. 2,080 more words

Welcome to Senior Year: Preparing for Transition

Between pool parties and trips to the beach, you may have noticed that back-to-school commercials have started popping up on TV and online. In a few short weeks, students will be heading back to school and families are getting ready! 509 more words


I Of The Storm

Four years ago, I first heard “Little Talks” by Of Monsters And Men.  This band from Iceland was a fresh new sound.  They released their first album in America the next year.  94 more words

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What Are Some of the Assistive Technology Products That Can Help College Students?

Now that you’ve made all the necessary arrangements for a successful transition to college, it’s time to look at some of the tools that can help you as a blind or visually impaired student. 668 more words