[MUSIC PLAYING] We’re going to talk now about an IEP. An IEP is an individualized education program. That is the plan that’s defined under the federal law, the IDEA, as what a child is entitled to once they’re found eligible for special education and related services. Let’s break that down by the letters. Individualized. Education.
SAM CHAN: Every Christian, I think, their DNA is they do want to tell their friends about Jesus. But at the same time they feel, “But my world has changed so much where, as a Christian, I’m now the bad guy in this world. So I’m too scared to even let anyone know I am
I wrote a letter last week talking about the work of the foundation, sharing some of the problems. And Warren Buffet had recommended I do that — being honest about what was going well, what wasn’t, and making it kind of an annual thing. A goal I had there was to draw more people in
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We do not choose where to be born. We do not choose who our parents are. But we do choose how we are going to live our lives. I did not choose to be born in South Sudan, a country rife with conflict. I did not choose my name — Nyiriak, which means “war.” I’ve
Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course: US History, and today we begin discussing the American Revolution. So two things to keep in mind here: One, the American Revolution and the American War for Independence are not the same thing. And two, while I know this will upset some of you, the American Revolution
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>>Welcome, everyone, to today’s webinar. I am Betsy Rodríguez, Deputy Director of the National Diabetes Education Program at CDC. First of all, thank you for the tremendous support and interest in today’s webinar that surpassed 1,100 participants. This is very exciting. Today, we have one of the best panels I have seen in years, all
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Floods. They are clearly catastrophic, traumatic events, although they have also been responsible for one of the most memorable clips in the history of broadcast news. Good morning. Well, obviously we’re getting a nice break from the rain, but not the flooding. -This is essentially now… – (AUDIENCE LAUGHING) …a part of the Passaic River