Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #5 (Final)

This is the finale to my first blog series. This post contains the conclusion paragraph that can be found in my English research paper. I hope that you enjoyed reading my posts and obtained some new information on the current issue that is occurring in our nation today. Hopefully this will spread awareness on assisting … More Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #5 (Final)

Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #4

This blog series post is explaining the second group of individuals that are vital in aiding students throughout the American school system: regular educators (teachers). This discusses the entire situation involving teachers, how they are important, and how we can help teachers themselves in teaching disabled students. ~ Another relationship that can be vital for … More Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #4

Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #3

In the last blog series post that was put up, I began the process of explaining a handful of significant components that contribute to providing disabled students with an appropriate education through programs and accommodations. The last post went into depth on individualized education programs (IEPs) and how they are one of the key parts … More Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #3

Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #2

In the previous post for this blog series, I provided readers with a detailed description of the history revolving around facing the lack of availability of federal education programs and accommodations for students with mental and learning disabilities. This post is moving into the various components that are involved in providing students adequate educational programs. … More Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – Post #2

Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – A Series of Post

The upcoming blog posts will be a part of a series tying together the issue of American students possessing learning and mental disabilities not having the availability to appropriate programs and accommodations set up by the federal government. In this specific series, I attempt to try and explain the background history behind what our nation has … More Hidden Handicaps in American Schools – A Series of Post