Post Tagged with: "special education"

False Special Ed. Progress Reports Found in Newark, NJ

It’s been reported that employees of the state-run administration of Newark, New Jersey public schools have falsely recorded documentation to assure the city’s special education children received services required by law. Credibility and legitimacy were raised issues about the documents produced. Special needs students in Newark School are merely victims of the state-run operation, as top officials have engaged in […]

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Impact of Public Education on Dyslexics

The United States Department of Education has established a public school system in which students are required to meet standard expectations for graduation. Its purpose is to provide free, quality education for all citizens. The traditional classroom has become more technologically advanced from the one in which our parents learned. However, not everyone can experience success within the system. School […]

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Dyslexia Awareness Month: A Celebration of Learning Differently

Dyslexia is the most common yet most misinterpreted learning disability. The month of October is dedicated to raising awareness about what dyslexia is and what individuals with dyslexia experience. Students with dyslexia are incorrectly stereotyped on a daily basis. Every student should be allowed to be understood and given the chance to be academically successful. Dyslexics face learning difficulties in […]

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