Monthly Archives: February 2016

Looking Toward Post K-12 Accommodations

Recently, the Department of Justice issued significant guidance on testing accommodations for individuals with disabilities navigating the transition to adult life. These guidelines apply to test-givers for high stakes testing situations, similar to the College Board, or other professional, licensing … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Awareness 101

Many years ago, as our work in my child’s district began, we believed it would be beneficial to begin bringing a dyslexia simulation experience to our community of parents. For the first few years, we partnered with the Shelton School … Continue reading

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