Special Education Today Newsletter 1(28)
Was it the week before a holiday?
Welcome to the 28th issue of the first year of the newsletter for Special Education Today. This issue has a few house-keeping notes, a listing of recent posts, and a tiny little bit of gratuitous commentary.
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This past week, I posted five new articles in the magazine. Here is a list:
Dear John—Letters from Angela—6—What was happening around the holidays in 1990?
AU parents seek continued placement for children—Why do we let these things happen?
Dear John—Letters from Angela—7—Would you be drepressed?
Holiday wishes?—What holidays wishes do you hope to celebrate?
Evaluating curricula: #2: Jamie thinks big—What is the goal?
I posted my commentary on the 24th, so I’ll won’t strain your reading efforts by posting more here...other than to say that I hope everyone is safe, having a happy holiday respite, and remembering to take care of each other and (of course) to teach your children well.