“I don’t know too many 18-year-olds the federal government has contacted to do speaking engagements," Amber Govan said of Hardaway, "but you have one right here.”
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As the mother of a child with autism, Scott knows what families today go through from diagnosis to education to worrying about their child’s ability to function in adulthood. She said the outlook of parents, family members and other people within a child’s support group is the most critical success factor in navigating the challenges of the condition.
“Students cannot learn if they feel invisible, disrespected or unsafe,” Hall said. “When we discuss any classroom issue, we pass it through the lens of safety. For example, if we have problems with unkindness or disrespect, we talk about how it contributes to people feeling unsafe, and we revisit our commitment to making school a safe place for everyone.”
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