The Covid Pandemic and School

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While practicing as a school psychologist during the Pandemic, I learned several valuable lessons over the 3 years. Below are three that have contributed most significantly to my practice as a Special Education Consultant. First and foremost is the importance of meaningful personal connections. Working throughout the Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on students,…

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One mom’s story advocating for her son

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Thinking back to 1997. In May of ’97, I graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with my Master’s degree in School Psychology. I was also 6 months pregnant with my first son. He is now 24 years old and a graduate of a SUNY College. After my son was born in August of 1997, I…

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