Needless to Say, “I Have No Use for Reading Recovery”

Reading Recovery’s (RR) transition from New Zealand to the United States began at Barrington Elementary School in the Upper Arlington City Schools in Columbus, Ohio in the mid ’80’s in Continue Reading →

Our Law Student’s Success Story

In January, Pete and I became adjunct professors at the William & Mary Law School. We teach a Special Education Law and Advocacy class and assist the Law School with Continue Reading →

Homebound Services: Two Hours a Week = FAPE?

Recently, someone asked a question about homebound services, whether the law limits the time for direct instruction. Here’s the question… My daughter is on home bound services and the special Continue Reading →