Help me give my students (Special Education Students) planners/organizers in order for them to record their upcoming homework/academic assignments for completion. These materials will help them to be more organized and prepared.
These Special Education Middle school students come from low social-economic backgrounds, inner city living conditions, are African American or other minority groups. Many of them come from multi-generational families, with many siblings attending the school as well as their parents having previously attended the school. There is a real sense of community at this school. This year we were rated as B school with the Florida Department of Education, but only 4 points shy of becoming an A school. With your donations to our students, they are surely to become great thinkers, feelers, and doers in today's society. Additionally, they will be more organized, tech savvy, ready and enabled to take on the world.
I am requesting Student Planners/Organizers for my Special Education Middle School Students in order to help them record upcoming homework or classwork assignments. These planners will help them to be more organized, prepared and enabled to take on the world. History has shown at my school, that my special education students struggle to remember due dates and have effective tools to write down and track their assignments. Therefore, these students are often struggling academically. They also are provided with the accommodation of an agenda in their IEP (Individual Education Plan), but never given this agenda or trained to use one effectively. The goal is to change this pattern and to increase their chances for success.
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