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From the Bookshelf – Inclusion Books

April 1, 2021 Suggestions from a Librarian - Inclusion Books   As the publishing industry pushes to diversify itself and the authors it represents, readers benefit from the inclusion of authors who represent ...

Wiggle Room – Autism Spectrum Disorder

April 1, 2021 How to recognize the signs and early intervention  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network began tracking the prevalence of Autism S...

Summer Camps 2021: What to Expect of Camps this Summer

March 1, 2021 With the end of school fast approaching, we recognize that parents want to know what to expect during this second summer of the COVID-19 “new normal” and summer camps.  In January, the Nola Fami...

2021 Early Learning School Guide

January 1, 2021 Early childhood (usually defined as birth to 8 years) is a time of tremendous physical, cognitive, socio-emotional, and language development. 8-year-olds typically are in grade 3.  Jefferson P...

The Importance of Social-Emotional Learning

October 5, 2020 Dealing with COVID-19 fall-out: Recognizing your child’s social-emotional needs and how to partner with their school for best results. Middle School social-emotional learning. With the r...

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