Yesterday, I sat in on the MSB Medicaid Conference in Dallas. We were proud to be a sponsor of this ten event series across the state. Like everything that MSB does, the meeting was fantastic—well run, informative, and collaborative. We are truly proud to be counted as partners […]
I am sure that many of you have already seen the September 11, 2016 special report from the Houston Chronicle entitled, “Denied: How Texas keeps tens of thousands of children out of special education”. It has certainly caught the attention of many, including the U.S. Department of Education. Last […]
I was a last row sitter in high school. Hiding behind my classmates, my daydreams were less interrupted and my mischief was harder to detect. It usually only took a couple of weeks for my teachers to tire of me and move me to the front of the classroom.
While I […]
Many parents of children with special needs yearn for opportunities that enable their child to participate in activities like their non-impaired peers. On April 15th, the Harrison County Shared Service Arrangement co-hosted The Spring Fling: Rockin the Red Carpet at the Maude Cobb Convention Center in Longview. As co-sponsors of […]
Section 504’s Three Deadly Sins
Doing the Good We Ought to Do
In the spirit of the old Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons, this blog entry has two titles. In case you don’t like the first one, hopefully the second one works for you.
My younger son returned to public school earlier this year […]