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The Special Ed Advocate:
2021 Back to School Survival Guide - Wrightslaw.com

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Help! School is starting. Last year was a nightmare. I have questions about what I can do so this is a better school year -- despite COVID-19.

Are your children excited about returning to school? Are they anxious or fearful? Most parents seem to feel relieved, hopeful, worried - or all three! This issue of The Special Ed Advocate is packed with advice to ease the transition back into school:
  1. 10 Tips for a Successful School Year - Yes, Even During COVID!

  2. Special Ed Survival Guide - From Emotions to Advocacy

  3. Nine Ways to Boost Your Child's Attitude Before the Bus Arrives

Please don't hesitate to forward this issue to other friends, families, or colleagues.

Children prepare to board the school bus



1. Ten Tips for a Successful School Year - Yes, Even During COVID!

"My older child is excited about returning to school. The younger child is anxious and wants to continue remote learning at home."

What are your children's thoughts and feelings about returning to school?

What are your thoughts? Some parents seem to be cautiously optimistic and hopeful, but many others are anxious or doubtful.

In Ten Tips for a Successful School Year -- Yes, Even During COVID advocate Pat Howey offers advice about how to make the transition back to school easier and advice about how everyone can off to a good start -- even with COVID hanging around.



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3. Nine Ways to Boost Your Child's Attitude Before the Bus Arrives

What can you do before your children walk out the door to help them feel they can conquer anything?

By making a few simple changes before the bus arrives, you can have a big impact on how your children handle events at school.

The no-nonsense strategies in Nine Ways to Boost Your Child's Attitude Before the Bus Arrives will eliminate a large portion of the last-minute stress that comes with every weekday morning.





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