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Son, “Do you prefer my Mini Pad!”


Helping my son with his emersion into an Oklahoma History inclusive classroom, a phrase came out of my mouth that seemed so wrong! My son, Tanner, is taking the tests and quizes with no accomadations.  I am helping him organize information about the chapter.  What to do?  Figure out what works for him and so… Continue reading Son, “Do you prefer my Mini Pad!”