Special Populations

More and more students are coming to school with what I like to call “roadblocks.”  Some students, like my daughter who has suffers from WED/RLS, are able to manage their unique situation with support from their teacher in a way that it does not prevent them from learning.  However, other students may not even realize what is making it difficult for them to pay attention to the math problem on the board.  To support these students, it is important that we as educators to try to  understand, or at least have access to resources that may address their unique needs.

In the pages below you will find resources to support the following special populations;

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