Every year students, teachers, and parents are under the dreadful pressure of state testing. It’s an obstacle that many of our special needs kids must face, and it can be
Author: Taylor Fulcher
Kids are not always the best listeners when they’re sitting down for long periods. They might be paying attention for a while, but then their minds start to wander and
I used to have a group of students who would groan when I said it was time to read. They had no interest in books, and they didn’t want to
I remember all too well the feeling of dread that came over me as I watched my son’s bus pull away for his last day of school. In a few
Do you know what your child is doing when they’re online? Do you know what sites they visit? Kids are growing up in a digital world. They have access to
As a parent of a special needs child, are you frequently asking yourself… Why is she doing that? Is he always like that? Why is he so weird about things?
Has this past year been a stressful time for your family? I know teachers have had a difficult time adjusting to teaching virtually. Social functions have dramatically changed, especially when
What I remember most about going to school when I was a child were spelling and writing assignments. I hated taking those weekly spelling tests, grammar quizzes, and writing prompts.
Thanksgiving just passed. It is always a time of year I think about all that I am grateful for in my life. I began thinking about the support within my