September 11: What Do You Remember?

When I was a little girl, my grandmother’s generation commemorated the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor with somber ceremonies. I can still see her and her older friends sitting around her kitchen table, each recalling in vivid detail where they were when the news arrived about the surprise attack which launched their generation into war. Because I had notContinue reading “September 11: What Do You Remember?”

Tilting at IEP Windmills

“The IEP allows assignments to be emailed. This wasn’t an assignment but a classroom expectation.” This, according to my son, was the actual explanation provided to him as the reason his teacher refused to accept an assignment by email. This, in spite of his IEP which clearly stipulates that he is allowed to turn inContinue reading “Tilting at IEP Windmills”