Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Conflicting diagnoses often create conflict

When a doctor's diagnosis conflicts with school special-education evaluations, parents of children with special needs often feel they must push educators to ensure their child receives services. Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

How can parent-educator clashes be resolved?:

Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews looks at what can be learned from painful and personal clashes between educators and parents. In the first of a series, he considers parents who clashed with school leaders who dismissed a popular third-grade teacher. The Washington Post

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