Month: July 2017

NYC Special Needs Voucher Program Is Not Enough

This is the part two of a series on students with special needs by Guest Blogger and SLP Intern Juliana Castro.  According to a recent article on Chalkbeat (an incredible resource for education-related news), NYC families face a Herculean task when trying

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Increasing Accessibility In The Classroom: NYC Schools

This is the first post from SLP’s guest blogger and summer intern, Juliana Castro.  Juliana is a junior at Wesleyan University. A few years ago, 6th graders in SLP’s Residency Program tackled the issue of accessibility in NYC, specifically with

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Advocacy Awards For SLP Students

We were thrilled to attend Care for the Homeless’ (CFH) annual Summer Solstice event and accept an advocacy award on behalf of SLP students! CFH is a long-standing SLP partner.  We have been so fortunate to have the opportunity to help advance

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