some point in their educational experience, 80% of all students will
make use of special education funds. Some in this group will receive
funding to meet objectives for IEPs and 504 Accommodation. Many
children will receive such funds through the benefits of incidental
inclusion (assistance provided to every student in a classroom when a
teacher's aide is present), speech therapy, short-term reading support,
math tutorials, and other academic assistance made available to
students either one-on-one or in group settings."
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July 30 - The Berlin/Boylston Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) will hold a planning session on Wednesday, July 30th at 6:30pm. The 2014-15 School Year is about to start and we invite you to join us and share your ideas for speaker topics, fundraising or other ways the SEPAC can be of support and assistance to families in our district. Please contact President Christi Stille (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 508-869-2311 with questions or for information about the meeting location.