Helping Students-Special Ed Part I

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Want to help your child achieve their dreams? You might have a child that has been diagnosed with a disability, or you might have a child that has had an accident or chronic condition, and they might be entitled assistance in school. While not all medical diagnoses nor all conditions trigger assistance, you’d be surprised at the range of conditions that might qualify for recognition and be able to be leveraged to help your child achieve their greatest potential. What … Read More

50 Years After Loving

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50 years ago, the Loving’s fought back against Virginia’s “Racial Integrity Act” that prohibited interracial marriage and won. On the anniversary of that decision, it is only right to give thanks to the couple that started us on the course towards marriage equality. But the case also brings up a disturbing trend in civil rights and the secret code words and weak legal arguments that opponents use to defend their efforts. In the first half of the 20th century, lawmakers … Read More