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Broward ESE Advisory
The ESE Advisory Council is established under Broward County Public School Policy to provide recommendations to the Broward County Public School Board.
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FDLRS Reach Broward Jun 17
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Broward ESE Advisory Jun 24
: Not clear what you're accusing us of here & why, but we work hard at helping people with ESE issues. Not aware of you having contacted us for help w/anything and of us "doing nothing". If you have an issue with gifted services, have you tried Gifted Advisory?
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Antoine Hickman Jun 21
Call for presentation proposals for 2019 EASE Conference now open.
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Broward ESE Advisory Jun 20
If the Hunt Elem principal can be demoted to AP, how did the Tamarac Elem principal - who received a five-day suspension in Feb, which is a rare and serious penalty - retain her title and get handed the leadership of C/Creek Elem?
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Broward ESE Advisory Jun 13
Replying to @smtravis
Child was having sensory meltdown after being denied their communication cards in class. Ray did not call AP, who knew how to help child, but did call SRO, who told child to calm down or risk handcuffs. Surprising if sole candidate for C/Creek was Ray. It has an autism cluster.
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Broward ESE Advisory Jun 13
Replying to @smtravis
Ray was suspended 5 days in Feb. 7y/o w/autism was illicitly restrained in her office & her presence by non-PCM trained staffer & subjected to escalatory treatment instead of time in sensory room. Incident broke law & SBBC. Among most severe penalties for a principal in 10y.
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Broward ESE Advisory Jun 1
Replying to @smtravis
Yep, we've seen them. Drawing yr attention to our recommendations and call for CCTV in self-contained ESE classrooms.
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Broward ESE Advisory May 31
Got the first bit answered; teacher & aide were removed from student envmts. Still want the rest. Hope BCPS lwyrs will go after anyone guilty of abusing kids in classrooms with as much vigor as they've gone after parents' decision to use a recording device to expose it.
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Broward ESE Advisory May 31
The parents at PL don't need a 2-page memo on the legality of Angel Sense, which they used only after the autism coach, ESE specialist & principal failed to act on their concerns. Looking 4wd to BCPS counsel's 2-page memo on how they propose protecting innocent kids from abuse.
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Broward ESE Advisory May 17
We ALL need to be doing this. Please do! - it only takes a few mins.
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Broward ESE Advisory May 10
We are horrified by the allegations & apparent audio evidence of an abusive environment at a Pasadena Lakes Elem School’s ESE class. We share the public outrage over this situation....Full statement at:
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Broward ESE Advisory May 6
No. Kids removed from class Fri, merged w/inappropriate classes, then switched to a 3rd setting, now being switched to a 4th this wk. Teacher voiced concern re wall cavities for 2-3 wks: no action. Now holes are fixed & teacher is content to stay in room: principal/OSPA say move!
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Broward ESE Advisory May 3
Situation at Morrow Elementary this morn is outrageous. We need senior eyes @ ears in this school now. Still not a single BCPS person has spoken to the teacher. Day 3 & counting
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Broward ESE Advisory May 3
For "under control" read "out of control". Principal today removed kids w/profound autism from their teacher & classroom & placed them in other classes w/at least 19 in them. Unacceptable.
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All on the board Apr 2
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Bart Barta Apr 2
Today is . While awareness is important, I hope we move towards . Individuals on the autism spectrum are a part of most communities in our country. They are worthy of respect and can make meaningful contributions if given a chance.
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Coral Springs, FL Mar 25
The City of Coral Springs is hosting a Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Town Hall, providing vital information and resources about mental health on 3/27 at 6pm at City Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend. Unable to attend? Join us on FBLive or CityTV.
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Education Week Mar 24
Special education students need more support. So do their teachers.
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NAMI Mar 24
Our heart goes out to the Parkland community, who is grappling with the loss of two young, vibrant people who died by suicide. If you are struggling, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.
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211 Broward Mar 24
If you’re having thoughts of suicide, please 24-hours a day. We are here for you. No judgement.
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