Every day there are parents suing the Department of Education for services never provided to their children. If a child have muscular problems the child never gets rehabilitation services such as physical or occupation therapy. For a child who has poor articulation due to a nervous system problems speech therapy would help to work on his oral motor skills.
Unfortunately for the Parents the lawyers who work for the department of education use tactics to discourage parents to sue them.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:58 PM on May. 29, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Anon obviously doesn't have a disabled child. The schools educate special ed or special needs children by providing those services!
For example, a preschool child who cannot speak is given speech therapy so that they can speak better and participate in oral school work, such as reading aloud. The child with muscular problems will have trouble writing. Fine motor skills do not develop well until gross motor skills are developed.
Education is not just about craming facts into their heads it is about preparing them for adulthood
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