Let's Talk About Inclusion! - Friendship Circle - Special Needs Blog
Last year, the principal at my son’s elementary school asked me to write a short essay about inclusion of students with special needs for the school newsletter during Autism Awareness Month. I wrote a 450 word piece and submitted it a week before the deadline. She never printed any part of it. I think my... View Article
All Abilities Awareness Special Needs Sets Disability | Etsy
This Special Needs Peg Doll Set specially made to celebrate, value, and honor those with various disabilities. It includes 5 dolls and one doll wheel chair. The 5 dolls in this set have awareness ribbons representing the Deaf, Dyslexia, Spina Bifida, ADHD, and Epilepsy. These dolls are perfect for
I recently read an article in Education Week entitled Improving Special Education in Tough Times. With budgets being cut, especially to special education, the title sparked my interest. As I read, I found myself applauding many of the suggestions presented. But, there was one theme I found myself in total disagreement about, at least on the surface.