My mission is to explore how other countries around the world are dealing with education and special education issues.
I would like to visit and observe different types of schools that have proven records of success, wherever those schools may be. I would like to meet with school directors and administrators, government officials, leaders in the business world, and others who are responsible for implementing education systems or otherwise connected to education to learn more about how education is being addressed in their communities.
If you know of any remarkable schools in other parts of the world (especially special needs schools), please let me know about them. If you know of any education experts who are engaged in remarkable work in this field, please introduce me to them.
Please do not hesitate to share your thoughts or ideas regarding the above. Read more about my mission here.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
If you would like to listen to the radio program, you can tune in to WSNR 620AM at 11 p.m. this Saturday. The interview will also be available online at that time at www.talklinecommunications.com.
Following the interview we will post a link to the interview on our firm's website and social media channels.
If you have questions relating to the program or you would like to discuss your particular circumstances, please feel free to contact our office.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
I know intuitively that it's a momentous occasion. Still I needed to clarify for myself why. I gave it some thought while in the gym this morning and then it hit me!
The answer is best represented in the form of a number: 5,256,000
Since the founding of our firm on December 3, 2009, I have spent 5,256,000 minutes consciously, unconsciously, and subconsciously dreaming, imagining, thinking, learning, planning, sweating, executing, growing, building, striving, evaluating, and improving in order to establish and grow a special education law firm and to realize a unique vision of what that firm should be like and how we could make a difference in the world.
It has not always been easy but it has always been gratifying. And I am so fortunate to be working with a wonderful team of people who feel the same way.
Together, in our own special way, we are changing the world. Not in the global sense of eliminating poverty, or eradicating disease, or bringing peace. But, on an individual scale, one family at a time, we are securing supports and services for children with special needs; helping them to achieve meaningful educational progress; and, to the extent possible, improving their chances of leading independent, productive, and happy lives. At the end of the day it's all about the kids -- a message I understand more clearly every day now that I am the father of three children myself.
We have accomplished so much over the last 10 years and I am so proud of what we have built. How much more can we accomplish in the 10 years ahead?
I am excited by the possibilities!