A parent/teacher’s guide to an IEP

As a parent of two boys on the Autism Spectrum and a high school teacher, I have the pleasure of sitting on both sides of the table in numerous Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings. Some have been productive while others were frustrating and unbearable. Despite my perspective of the outcome, it is the child who … Continue reading A parent/teacher’s guide to an IEP

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All of Our Students

According to the Center for Disease Control, 1 in 68 children are identified on the Autism Spectrum and boys are 4.5 more times likely than girls at a rate of 1 in 42. As educators, this means we will have students with autism in our class and it is our obligation to ensure every child … Continue reading All of Our Students