Parents of children with special needs may want a more active role

07/15/2009 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

As parental involvement increases in many school districts, many parents are requesting specific teachers for their children. The consensus from school officials is that listening to parents is a vital part of building rapport, but educators say schools must hang on to their decision-making power. Parents of children with special needs, however, may need to take a greater role.

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