The event will be held in partnership with the Montclair Special Education Advisory Council.
On Friday, July 31, the district released details for special education students, including an in-person schedule for three-to-four hours per day, five days per week. But some parents have questioned if the plan, which would have special needs students learning in person from self-contained classes, offers enough services for special needs children, adheres to safety measures, and does not put undue pressure on the families.
Montclair’s schools could be spending as much as $2,762,387 more in items related to curriculum, special education and department-specific items next year.
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org The Montclair school district is mourning the loss of one of its administrators. Ted Kozlik, the district’s interim director of special services, died on Wednesday at […]
Focusing on reducing stressors rather than just eliminating behaviors.
Will protest the proposed outsourcing of paraprofessionals.
Montclair SEPAC is the Montclair Special Education Parent Advisory Council, which is a volunteer group of parents and guardians that provides support and information to parents and caregivers of children with […]
Hair stylists, medical professionals, babysitter services, local parenting groups, and more who specialize or work well with children with special needs.
These parents helped me have the courage to be my child’s advocate and most importantly, to trust my instincts.
A discussion on inclusion brought to you by Bloomfield SEPAC.
Outsourcing of Special Ed. aides, bringing out-of-district students back and better transitioning of the IEP were focal points.