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February 26, 2007

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Sherry  Hollis

US DOE site was comments about 2 yrs ago. I'm not sure if it was on this same topic. I think it was just for general comments. I told them about my own specific situation with our school, plus questioned why there is no enforcement for schools to follow the laws?
I don't see that anything changed from 2 yrs ago, so I wonder why they are doing this again??

Andy, school teacher

Sherry, an important message is "We are making progress, but we still have work to do" - I think it should answer your question.

The society is trying to improve the situation but it isn't wise to rely on the society only, it isn't wise to expect the society COMPENSATE for somebody's disability. The society can help to create a friendly environment, parents can help to understand you are capable of many things despite being 'special', government can help with some protective laws. However, the final result depends on you. And I think that one of the most important things within the program is to help youngsters with disabilities realize their capabilities.

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