This book was written by an experienced Special Education teacher who discovered that it is key to help students understand not only their disabilities, but the process and everything that is going on around them.
Special education kids hear all the acronyms and know that there are meetings being held about them. This can lead to anxiety, poor self-esteem, and diminished self-image.
This easy-to-read book allows parents, teachers, and students to demystify special education.
It allows students to see special education as a tool to their success rather than a stigma. It increases the likelihood of their being successful in school and comfortable with themselves and their peers.