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Guest Post: 50 Years of Chapter 766- A Personal Perspective

Author Marc Kerble working with a student in 1989 Dear Families, Fifty years ago, I entered Bridgewater State College’s special education department as a freshman.  I knew there was a…
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The Crisis in Special Education

I will never forget the children’s book Seven Little Rabbits (“seven little rabbits walking down the road to call on old friend toad …”). It was the book I memorized…
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MAAPS Heart Economy: Workforce

As our nation celebrates the 31st anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this week, we face a crisis in our ability to help those who…
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Welcome 2021: A New Year’s Message from MAAPS

Eds, Meds … and Special EdDid you know that Massachusetts is known as the “eds and meds” state? It is a nickname that we should be proud of, especially in…
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This is what someone with dyslexia looks like.

These pictures capture two life-changing days in my life. The first is from my first day of three years attending Landmark School (1988 – check out that ‘80’s hair!), and…
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