Inappropriate Use of Seclusion and Restraint - Sub Committee Hearing

Classrooms in Crisis: Examining the Inappropriate Use of Seclusion and Restraint Practices. On today, Wednesday February 27,2019 at 10am this will be discussed among the subcommittee in Washington. Will this make a change? Most lawyers do not think that it will. I have hope that it is atleast steps ahead of where we have been in years. This means we are at the National Level with a bill to pass and possibly become law. This year will be the first year I will actually advocate for the inappropriate use of restraints and seclusion in Texas schools. I have not yet gotten the results of our current investigation with the U. S. Office of Civil Rights but I do know it is in its final stages. With

New Lectrue Series

I am absolutely thrilled to be able to announce the speakers for the 2019 Benjamin Geigerman Lecture Series on April 9th 2019 at the Cooley Center in Houston. This year we have three panelists from Ernest and Young, JP Morgan and SAP that will share how their companies bottom line have benefited by hiring person's with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders. This year we are welcoming members of the business community to this event so that they can see the benefits and wisdom of hiring these deserving candidates for their companies. Please spread the word to your friends and business associates about this important and informative Lecture.

“Texas Loses $33 Million IDEA Funding”

**TEXAS RESIDENTS/PARENTS** It's official.... Texas will lose $33.3 million in future IDEA funding as a result of their reducing state financial support for students with disabilities back in 2012. Sadly, it is our children who will ultimately pay the price for their actions. According to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, Texas's "weighted student model contravenes the plain meaning of the MFS provision by allowing a state to reduce its special education funding based on its unsupported claim that the needs of its disabled students have declined." “In fiscal year 2012, Texas made available roughly $33.3 million less for special education and related services than it did during fiscal yea

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