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Dear 2016 Presidential Candidates- What about disabilities and special education?

About 1 in 5 American adults have a disability.  In 2013, 6.4 million or about 13 percent of all public school students received special education services.  You would think with those numbers that the presidential candidates would be spending some

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Consider 4-H as a place for disabled youth to flourish

I was introduced to 4-H three years ago. My youngest son had a classmate who was in the local 4-H poultry club and he was very interested in checking it out. At first I was concerned that this was going

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To take the advanced placement course or not…..

As you begin to think about classes in high school, you will need to consider whether or not you are up for taking advanced placement courses. Often school administrators and teachers forget that students that meet the qualifications for AP

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Why Taking a GAP Year Can Be a Good Plan For a Disabled Youth

Society stresses that attendance to college after you graduate high school is a must. But there are many reasons why this should not be the societal norm and why it is not the best path for everyone. A gap year

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