Trauma-Informed Special Education Evaluations & Programming

Attention is finally being given to the effects of childhood trauma on childhood development and learning, but it’s still not…

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Legitimate Parent Advocacy vs. Conspiratorial Movements

As much as the work we do at KPS4Parents focuses on social justice issues that include parents’ legal rights in…

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Technology and the Intersectionality of Larry P.

Based on the professional peer-reviewed research, intersectionality can be understood as the phenomenon in which an individual person’s social position…

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OCR Complaint Results in District-wide Compensatory Education

I’m long overdue to post new content to the KPS4Parents blog, podcast, and social media, but it’s been a busy…

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Interview of Rose Griffin, SLP & BCBA

Anne ZachryWelcome to Making Special Education Actually Work, an online publication presented in blog and podcast form by KPS4Parents. As…

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Is LAUSD Run by a Fascist Mafia?

The school year hasn’t even started yet and Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second-largest school district in the…

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Interview of Dawn Barclay, Author of Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse

Anne Zachry 00:00 Welcome to Making Special Education Actually Work, an online publication presented in blog and podcast form by…

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Interview of George Bailey, President of ZPods

Transcript of Interview: Anne Zachry 0:00Welcome to “Making Special Education Actually Work,” an online publication presented in blog in podcast…

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“Consequences” Doesn’t Mean “Punishment” in ABA

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