Patient Money – Nudging Schools to Help Students With Learning Disabilities

Great NY Times article

Read about one family’s struggle (and ultimate success) to get their child a “free and appropriate education.

Parents: it’s really up to you to learn the law, learn how to exercise your rights and be the long-term advocate for your child. I can help you get started.

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One Response to Patient Money – Nudging Schools to Help Students With Learning Disabilities

  1. Marina says:

    Rene, I agree with you pointing out what else needs to haeppn. My point is simply that we must do those things immediately within our control (like mentor our young people, say when you’re a college student, etc) NOW because policy changes, school board turnover, etc take too much time and require battling the status quo. Guiding a student through the existing system where we find ourselves today is priority #1; running for school board (which I intend to do) is step 2 that most will never take.

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