some “light reading” for your holiday weekend~IEP and back to school

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In case you are not on my email list (and why not??) then you missed this information that I emailed out the other night. It’s every IEP post that we’ve ever done here. It’s back to school time, which also means back to IEP time. I know it’s a holiday weekend, but it’s also a […]

Popularity Soars for Healthcare MBAs

Until recently, an MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree specializing in the healthcare field has not been particularly popular. However, with the healthcare field now an over $2 trillion dollar industry and with the market in constant flux, the need for people with MBAs in healthcare has soared. Expanding Field Fueling this recent rise in […]

Natural Peer Supports Grant Opportunity Available

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The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), Bureau of Special Education is requesting grant applications from Local Education Agencies interested in a project designed to address practical and promising approaches for developing supports and fostering relationships among students with and without disabilities, including a focus on students with complex instructional needs, that result in increased social/emotional […]

{TGIF} Fun Friday Blog Giveaway Linkup~weekend of August 29

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Happy Friday! Wow, it’s August. I can’t believe it. This summer is going by much too quickly for me. I have one giveaway going on right now, you could win 4 tickets to Monster Jam. Good luck! Come back throughout the next few days and check in as new giveaways are added all weekend long. […]

Weekly listing of free or frugal fun family activities~weekend of August 28

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Every week I publish a list of free or low-cost activities for your family. At the very least, every activity has a discount code or coupon available. Keeping the kids busy and entertained is hard, doing it on a budget is even harder. So here you go, here is this week’s list. I usually start […]