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Just like any other relationship in your life, your professional relationships require effort to maintain and blossom. Without phenomenal communication, compromise and respect, your working relationships may fall flat, ultimately affecting the students you serve. As an educator working with students with moderate to severe disabilities, maintaining a strong relationship with your paraprofessional is key.
As a special education teacher, administrator, paraprofessional, clinician or even parent, those 7.3 million students with disabilities rely on you to be one of the dependable individuals in their lives that can uplift them with constant support, motivation to succeed and endless flexibility to ensure these students can learn and grow into the best possible versions of themselves.
At the onset of the pandemic, districts and educators were left scrambling to piece together curriculum plans that catered to students working within a remote learning environment – a scenario that the majority weren't prepared for.
TeachTown, a leading provider of evidence-based education curriculum software for students with moderate to severe disabilities, today announced the appointment of Richard Becker as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Over the past three decades, federal policy and legislation have resulted in significant educational advances for students with moderate and severe disabilities. Federal legislation mandates that all students have access to the general curriculum and specially designed instruction that meets the unique needs of each student (IDEA, 1997).