New York-based Primary Research Group has just published a report called International Survey of Research University Faculty: Use of Inter-library Loan Services:"The study presents data from a survey of more than 500 international research...Show More Summary
I wrote about this some time ago, but can’t find my blog entry. SO, I’m copying-n-pasting from someone else’s (Leading Blog: A Leadership Fable – thanks!): From Our Iceberg is Melting… SET THE STAGE: 1. Create a sense of urgency. (not panic) “Problem. Show More Summary
Lynn: I recently started homeschooling my daughter mid year. She is in 6th grade with Down syndrome and does not want to go to middle school yet. She was in Continue Reading ?
Open Access publishing—both Green and Gold varieties—are gaining greater acceptance. Librarians need to focus on ways to promote and improve the process.
Topic: Libraries Dewey and his crew of “a dozen catalogers and librarians” spent, in his estimation, “an hour daily for nearly an entire week” hashing out the rules of library hand. They started by examining hundreds of card catalogs, looking for penmanship problems and coming up with ways to solve them. Show More Summary
LKindy: if a 3 year old Down Syndrome student cannot attend afternoon classes due to health reasons (eligibility= OHI) and the school says they only have room in the gen Continue Reading ?
Juan: My son is a senior with I.B.S. The school won’t help him graduate and has provided no accommodations. I have meeting a with school principal and all my sons Continue Reading ?
Jacie: After a meeting, is there a time limit on revising the minutes and the new revised iep?
Alexandra: I have a student with Bi-Polar disorder whose parent in not administering her medication at home due to physician conflicts. The student has become a physical threat to peers Continue Reading ?
Ellen: Our 15 year old daughter has been chronically ill for 2 years and has a 504. The school provides homebound services. The teacher who was responsible for teaching our Continue Reading ?
Darren: Does CA unified school district have a student to teacher ratio in an SPD class? I am being denied entry for my son to a program because they said Continue Reading ?
Jennifer: Can a charter school deny admission to a child with an IEP? On their application it has an area to check whether they have a 504 or IEP. I Continue Reading ?
Chris: Originally eligible as a child with an emotional disturbance and ADHD, in each of the last two revaluations, the district has increased the severity of the disability. First, they Continue Reading ?
Julie: I have a chronic illness and am not always able to attend IEP meetings. May I designate my mother, with whom my child and I live, to attend IEP Continue Reading ?
Debra: My child originally had just a 504 plan. The school didn’t provide accommodations according to 504 plan and failed the kid. We recently just have an IEP in place. Continue Reading ?
Kacey: Child is 7th grader in CA, has had multiple diagnosis, but District says he does not qualify for spec ed. They gave him a 504 plan, then took away Continue Reading ?
My son is 13 years old with an autism diagnosis. He also has a rare genetic disorder called ADNP Syndrome. We had an FBA at the end the last school Continue Reading ?
Nicholette: my child is being denied entrance into a public school because they don’t offer speech class