Principal offers advice for parents of students with special needs

11/9/2009 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

The principal of a New Jersey school for children with cerebral palsy offers tips for parents of children with special needs in this interview. Jennifer Miller, who is also the former supervisor of special-education services for New Jersey's Clifton School District, suggests that parents first become educated about their rights and the rights of students with special needs, and then work with special educators to make decisions about where and how their child should be educated.

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