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Slaying The Monster In The Classroom: Cameras in classrooms? YES. PLEASE.

on April 17, 2013

As hard to write as it will be to read. The truth often is.

Autism Sparkles

autism sparkles-21This is something I need to write.  I don’t want to write it.  In fact, I don’t even want to know it.  It’s one of those hard to write kind of things because no one wants to believe it goes on and I hate to be the one to tell you but, truth be told, this is the kind of thing all parents NEED to know…especially parents of special needs kiddos who are speech impaired.  This one is going to hurt your heart a bit but keep reading anyway.  I will be bold enough to tell you it is as hard to write as it is to read.  It’s the very rawest truth.  It is the truth we don’t want to hear.  It is the truth none of us want to believe and yet, as black and bruising as it is to our hearts, it is still very much the…

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One response to “Slaying The Monster In The Classroom: Cameras in classrooms? YES. PLEASE.

  1. caffieneplease says:

    That’s so sad. I completely agree with cameras in the classrooms.

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