Our research director was honored to serve as a peer reviewer for "Wrightslaw: All About Tests & Assessments," a new resource for parents, teachers, and therapists who work to help students with their learning challenges.
Parents have questions — parents have answers. In learning circles with ParSEC, small groups of parents meet to share experiences, knowledge, resources, and support.
The memoir of Jo Ann Gibson Robinson, a teacher all her life, and beyond.
Our research director—as a parent of a teenager on the spectrum—sharing family's experience in the Waisman Center's groundbreaking Transitioning Together program with Center's Board of Visitors http://onwisconsin.uwalumni.com/features/coming-of-age/
Submitting comments on the state's FFY 2014 IDEA Part B application, focusing on the SLD rule, post-secondary transition planning, and transfer of parental rights.
Expressing gratitude to the broad array of conference co-sponsors (autism spectrum, learning disabilities, mental health, legal needs) who work every day to help students & families meet, and beat, their challenges.
Bringing together 200+ parents, educators, attorneys and professionals from 6 states to be inspired by the knowledge & wisdom of Pete Wright at Wisconsin's first Wrightslaw conference, April 10, 2014 in Madison.