It must change this principle hes bad and stiff hes not for special needs kids the staff dosnt improve my kid and they dont know how to deal with kids no improvement for 2 years
I am concerned about the attitude that punishment is what causes learning.A highly -placed administrator/teacher at this school made the statement to me that "they" need to be punished harshly, otherwise "how will they learn?" I would be unable to consider this school for my special needs kid. I find the lack of concern for individual needs, strengths and weaknesses especially disconcerting.
My special needs 4 year old is currently attending Molloy. It is a *fantastic* school. My son aged out of Early Intervention and started at Molloy when he was 3. At the time he was still not talking and used some ASL to communicate. Now at 4 1/2 his speech is improving, he runs and jumps and is even showing some interest in playing with other children. I couldn't be happier with his progress and with Molloy.
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