Schools Superintendent Jerry Weast's biography touts his award for "tech savvy superintendent." But the tech savvy superintendent fails to see that students with disabilities have access to assistive technology, as demonstrated both by my child's experience in public schools honors classes, and by the February report evaluating the phase out of school system's secondary learning centers that provide special education services to students with disabilities.For the entire article, click here.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
In the March 11 issue of The Gazette, parent Kathleen Gilhooly of Bethesda writes:
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