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Topic: tracking & remediation
Replies: 2   Last Post: Mar 13, 1995 10:45 AM

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A. Karassowitsch

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: tracking & remediation
Posted: Mar 3, 1995 7:28 AM
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>Do I have an opinion on tracking/remediation etc? Not fixed in concrete --
>I like what Mark Saul says and I like what I see in good heterogeneous
>classes too.
>
>But my kid is dyslexic and I am incredibly grateful for his being in a
>special LD English class right now in junior high, and very concerned about
>inclusion doing away with these classes next year.




And you are right to be concerned Judy. If the proper services are not
available in your son's classroom he will not have an easy time of the
transition. Make sure you know what the plans are for making special ed
services available in classrooms next year.

What about making math tutorials available for students to take advantage
of before or after school or during the lunch hour? When I was at school
this was the norm. We brought our books and could get help with our
difficulties or just complete assignments. Is anybody doing this anymore?


Andy
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A. Karassowitsch
Learning Assistance Teacher
R.L. Angus Elementary
School District #81 - Fort Nelson, BC Canada
<akarasso@cln.etc.bc.ca>






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