I'm a teacher, and I know IEPs aren't being followed. What do I do?
"I am a teacher in -- and I know that IEPs are not being followed...What do I do? I have already talked to people in the school system. I want information that
3 Ways You Can Celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). Whether you are a parent, job-seeker, employer, or friend, here's how to get involved!
How to Stand Up for Your Child’s Educational Rights
Students with ADHD and learning disabilities are entitled to educational rights to get support and accommodations in the classroom. Learn how 504 plans, IEPs, and an educational attorney can help w…
October 9, 2018
There is a process for IEP meetings; It should be routine & predictable so parents learn to participate. If your child qualifies for special education, you need Boot Camp! You will learn to: be a part of developing your childs education program; know what services to ask for; ask confidently for services your child needs. Bring your child's IEP!
RELEASE: Louisiana Schools Pilot New Course to Help Students Explore Career Options
LOUISIANA SCHOOLS PILOT NEW COURSE TO HELP STUDENTS EXPLORE CAREER OPTIONS
Quest for Success Curriculum Written by Louisiana Educators, Set to Expand Statewide in 2019-2020
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Select school systems across the state are piloting a new course designed to help ensure all students are prepared for success following high school graduation. The course, called Quest for Success , allows middle and high school students to develop essential workplace skills, explore various careers and industry sectors, and learn about themselves and their interests in order to successfully navigate high school, post-secondary education and career pathways
"The ultimate indication of our students' career readiness and our effectiveness in preparing them is the success they find…
2018 Empowerment Conference & Resource Fair
This conference will present topics relevant to individuals with disabilities and their families and interested professionals related to empowerment and advocacy. Topics: Waiver Changes, Special Education Progress - Endrew F., Bullying Prevention, & Taking Care of You!