“Long COVID” Cognitive Impairments and Their Implications for the Special Education Community

On July 22, 2021, The Lancet published an article by Adam Hampshire, et. al., in which the findings reported that…

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Double Disability Whammy During Distance Learning

One of the issues that I haven’t seen discussed anywhere else, but am seeing first hand every day, is the…

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Podcast Interview: Catherine Michael, Attorney at Law & Author

On November 4, 2020, I interviewed attorney and author, Catherine Michael, of Connell, Michael, Kerr, LLP, a special education law…

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Fascist Trends in Special Education Non-Compliance

“Fascism” is a scary word that is far too often slung as an insult by people actively engaging in it…

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Pandemic Era Special Ed.

This video is not a regular part of any of our YouTube or Patreon programming. It’s something that we just…

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Public Education Version 2.0 and the Power of Stay-Put

I’m pained to open with the platitude that these are unprecedented times. We all already know that and belaboring it…

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What About Kids with FAPE Claims that Pre-Date Quarantine?

As much as special education in general is all up in the air in most quarantined school districts, with unlawful…

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USDOE’s COVID-19 Special Ed Guidance to State & Local Ed Agencies

The United States Department of Education (USDOE) has issued guidance to state and local education agencies regarding the implementation of…

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Special Education Still Has to Be Individualized During Quarantine

During these unprecedented times of both urgency and delay, I’m finding that the ways in which I share relevant information…

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