From Teacher to Advocate: The Story of an ABC Student

I can’t wait to share with you Holly’s story. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, or already an advocate,

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I can’t wait to share with you Holly’s story. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, or already an advocate,

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In today’s short, sweet episode we look at 34 CFR 300.116, a regulation that teases out inclusion really nicely and gives us a LOT of help in arguing for inclusion.

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Have you ever wondered if you should get tutoring for your child that is on an IEP or 504 Plan?

I have been talking to a few friends and lots of clients about inclusion recently.

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Go.  To.  School.  If I could give you one tip about how to advocate for your child, it would simply be to go to school.

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Parents often consult with me for ideas on how their child’s school can be more inclusive.

Steal My Back To School Shopping List

Water Bottles and Flash cards and Granola Bars! Oh My!!! My kids went Back to School this week, which means it’s go time! You know I’m a planner, and if there’s one thing I love, it’s a fresh beginning. This time of year energizes me, forcing me to get organized and allowing the structure to get back on track with things like meal prepping. As I perused Amazon for everything we needed to start the year off right, I thought that I should share our list!