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  • Wichita School District-Leadership in Learning Award-MTSS:...MTSS
  • Listen to Dr. Kathleen Lane as she speaks about behavior,...kathleen Lane
  • Gen X to Gen Z: Reflections of a Teacher Educator - Dr....Barbara Thompson
  • Deborah Griswold on KU's field practicum program Deb Griswold
  • Karrie Shogren on self-determinationKarrie Shogren
  • Dr. Don Deshler, Professor and Director of the Center for...Don Deshler
  • Dr. James Paul Gee delivers the Edward L. Meyen...James Gee
  • Eva Horn on KU's early child unified program Eva Horn
  • Thomas Skrtic on SPED policy studies Tom Skrtic
  • Cynthia Lane, Superintendent of USD 500 on the occasion of...Cynthia Lane
  • James Basham on instructional design and technology Jamie Basham
  • Jennifer Kurth on low incidence disabilitiesJennifer Kurth
  • Barbara Thompson on KU's early child unified programBarbara Thompson

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10.26.14

By Laurisa Ballew

Today I headed to the grocery store. I took with me one envelope of grocery money, one non-verbal three-year old, a purse full of snacks, and a cup of milk. I even had a list, which let’s face it, is the icing on the cake.

I quickly checked things off the list and, to my surprise and delight, Emmaus was amazingly well-behaved. No whining, no throwing her snacks...

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