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Back to School for Teachers, Too

Back to School for Teachers, Too

“…These are students with invisible disabilities or differences who may look ‘normal’ on the outside; they are expected to behave and learn in a way that is typical, even though in some ways they are different on the inside. Many of these differences are positive, such as having deep interests or lots of energy, or being creative thinkers; but as students, they may pose challenges in standard classrooms, which are generally set up to serve neurotypical students. These students will show up in mainstream classrooms. Are the teachers prepared to work with them?”

Choosing the Right School

Choosing the Right School

2019 has arrived and brings with it looming deadlines for deciding your child’s educational plans for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. Many parents wonder: How do I make the right choice? As an educational consultant, I advise parents to seriously consider their...

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