Monthly Archives: March 2017

Where To Put Your Worries

It goes without saying, special education is unlike a lot of jobs. There’s a lot of moving pieces and not all the moving pieces move at the same rates in the same direction. And the student you just saw happy … Continue reading

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The Spring Time Slide

It was Alfred Lord Tennyson who noticed that spring time shifts thoughts. And in school, no matter how many of inches of snow or sleet stand between students and the outside, spring changes the tenor of campus. It’s not just … Continue reading

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SXSWEdu Recap

We’ve talked about this week for weeks now. And we’re thrilled it actually happened. There we were, The Inclusive Class’ Nicole Eredics, The National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion’s Beth Foraker, Renay for ParaEducate, Rob Rummel-Hudson, and Schyuler Rummel-Hudson all … Continue reading

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The Value of Time

Two weeks ago, Renay took a gamble on something in her personal life and wrote up a personal statement and submitted it to a committee for evaluation. She figured in the end, the worse the committee would say would be, … Continue reading

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