Spanish-speaking parents of children with disabilities face obstacles

04/29/2012 | Las Vegas Sun

Navigating the special-education system presents a challenge for any parent, but advocates say it's especially so for families who speak Spanish. Seeing a need in southern Nevada, a nonprofit group, Nevada PEP, has started helping Spanish-speakers understand the information that schools are providing. They also offer parents training courses, such as tips to deal with bullying.

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