Ben’s mom οf Cedar Park, Texas, discusses tһе challenges һеr child wіtһ special needs faces іח special education programs аt school.

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3 Responses to “Ben’s Story: Autism in Texas Public Schools”
  1. dianamariecox says:

    I totally agree-and I am personally sorry for the disappointing experience that some parents have had to go through.

  2. charityrsmith says:

    Special ed can be a very noble calling, but kids and parents have the right to demand effective practices and progress in the classroom. If special ed teachers are paid better, trained better, better supervised, better supplied, and better supported, then good, hard-working teachers benefit. A parent has a duty to protect the interests of his or her child. Most parents would not go to the press without having tried very hard to work within the system previously.

  3. dianamariecox says:

    I am a highly qualified special ed teacher, I did not go into this for the money. I spend lots of time and money to give my best to my students. I teach in a Texas public school. Yes the ratios and support are frustrating but PLEASE support your child’s teacher, he or she is doing their VERY best. I have taught for 15 years, I spend many hours in training to stay current. The best thing a parent can do is say THANK YOU- we are giving your child all we have to give.

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