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This is an email response to my post called A Conversation With Two Cudahy Elementary Teachers from Angie Fech.
Obviously Teachers 1 & 2 are NOT fans of students w/special needs (SN) & feel that students w/SN receive special treatment-not true.
Students w/SN are entitled to Free & Appropriate Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) just as other students, incl. GT students. I'm going to bet they don't have any students w/SN in their classrooms & probably don't want to be "bothered" by having "those" kids in their classrooms (yes, those comments made by 2
We were told to look @ outside school dist. to find something that would accommodate our son's needs. We were new to the system & I did just that, only to find out that
At that point we came back to Cudahy (we pay taxes, live here & felt strongly that
When my typical children aren't being challenged enough, we work w/their teachers to adapt curriculum. Perhaps teachers need to create opportunities for students to excel instead of blaming the SN program for what they don't have. SN program is growing because the pop. is growing. Is there actual proof that GT program eligibility is growing? If so, it s/b expanded. School is for EVERYONE-SN, Typical & GT.