We recently went through the process of getting an Individualized Education Program for one of our sons. Before becoming a stay-at-home mom I was a teacher so I had been in IEP meetings before but having this experience from the parental perspective was new to me and it gave me a new perspective. Now, everyone is different so your experience may be different but I want to share about it in case it might help other parents as they work their way through the process.
As part of the celebration of its 60th anniversary, the Lorain County Metro Parks is featuring "Dinosaurs!" through May 7 at its Carlisle Reservation in LaGrange. The special event features indoor and outdoor exhibits, including interactive dinosaur activities and displays, animatronic dinosaurs, a playroom for the youngest visitors to explore, and more. ... Read more
Private schools all across Northeast Ohio offer families opportunities to visit their campuses. Parents and students can ask questions, meet faculty and see if the school is the right fit. Check out these schools in the Greater Cleveland area for open houses and private tours. ... Read more
Ohio’s credit unions have collaborated to help provide teaching materials tailored to parents and educators. Kids — and parents — can learn through videos, games, reading recommendations, budget worksheets, and more. ... Read more
Families can hold and touch real fossils at this science center in Akron. There are 17 exciting exhibits, interactive learning opportunities like fossil replica making and live animal encounters, and a 2-acre park with a 200-foot zip-line. ... Read more
The Cuyahoga County Public Library is expanding its after-school homework help services to 12 additional branch locations through its new Homework Mentors Program. Trained mentors will be available to provide students in kindergarten through eighth grade with homework assistance. ... Read more
Does your family need some new book ideas for your nightly reading sessions? Explore the wonders of books with your child this fall. From infants to teenagers, here are a few suggestions to purchase or pick up at your local library. ... Read more
Northeast Ohio Parent presents a special 26-page information-packed Back-to-School section from the August 2016 issue of the magazine.
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