Emotions Part 6 – Parents’ Employers & Co-Workers

I think it’s really, really important to look at the impact that special education non-compliance has on parents’ employers and…

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Emotions Part 5 – Extended Family

The immediate family (parents and siblings) of a child with disabilities are generally the people we think are the most…

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Emotions Part 4 – Students

In the last three posts, I discussed the emotions of the adults involved in the IEP process, not because the…

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Emotions Part 3 – Administrators

When administrators become passionate about special education issues, very often their passions are driven by fiscal concerns and/or political ladder-climbing. I…

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Emotions Part 2 – School Site Staff

Parents are not the only ones who have emotional reactions to things that happen in the special education process. Special education…

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Emotions Part 1 – Parents

Parents come in every flavor and how each of them responds to the demands of advocating for a child with…

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This Blog’s Purpose – Parents & Educators Working Together

Hi! My name is Anne Zachry and I am the Executive Director of KPS4Parents. KPS4Parents is a non-profit organization that…

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