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‘I could meet him there.’

I've started going through my drafts and finishing them. You know those moments when there is something on your mind and you want to get it out into the world and then you run out of steam and you don't. Those thoughts tend to get buried beneath the newer ones. But here we are nearing… Continue reading ‘I could meet him there.’

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School Psychologists and Standardized Tests: YUCK

Imagine a standardized test created for kids that can't talk or use their hands to point. Now imagine my non-verbal son - who cannot use his hands to point/choose - being assessed by such a test. A page of 4 picture choices. 'Which one is the boy?' He looks at the boy on the page… Continue reading School Psychologists and Standardized Tests: YUCK