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Maybe Schools Don't Want Dyslexics to Get Effective Help

Postby teacherman » Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:01 pm

Suppose a teacher offered to tutor your dyslexic child every day (with the principal's OK) at no charge and, within a week of beginning lessons, you saw dramatic increases in his reading, writing and spelling ability. And within a month he was on level in all these areas.

And then, after a month or so, the Powers That Be down at the main office decided to halt those tutoring sessions because the interventions were not on the approved list...

Could it be that public schools really don't want their Special Ed population to succeed? Could it be that it's really a money and job thing, and not a "what's best for the kids" issue?

Here's my resignation video to the PTB in the Providence Public School system.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBSgchJe2Z0
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