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These were my most frequently read blogs for the Year 2011. It was also my first year blogging. I wrote 115 blogs in all. I certainly did not blog as much as I wanted but it was a good start. … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of attending a seminar given by Dr. Ross Greene last year. Some of you may be familiar with him, author of, “The Explosive Child” and “Lost at School“. Dr. Greene is also an Associate Professor in … Continue reading
Well we are at the halfway point of completing The Listening Program. It is just one more therapy to add to our list that we’ve done. I’m excited to see the results that this therapy will harvest. But before I … Continue reading
On June 21, 2005 the interim superintendent responded to my letter. He said that he would accept my letter as my formal complaint against the learning consultant and investigate the matter IMMEDIATELY! He also directed me to to the Board’s … Continue reading
It was June 2005. My son was still in the process of vision therapy. The children’s desks at school were starting to be emptied out and all their work sent home. I received a writing journal that had been kept … Continue reading
So I decided to contact the Family Policy Compliance Officer at the United States Department of Education in Washington, D.C.. I explained to him how the child study team hadn’t given me access to the teacher’s notes that had been … Continue reading