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Episode from the podcastThe Oasis Network Podcast

162 A Conversation About Special Education By Cheryl Kulp

Released Sunday, 23rd September 2018
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Featured Speaker: Cheryl Kulp, "A Conversation About Special Education"
Musical Guest: JJ Cantrell & James Morgan

About the featured speaker:
Cheryl A. Kulp has over 40 years of experience in education and has taught elementary, secondary, and college-level students. She has been a regular classroom teacher, a curriculum support specialist and a consulting teacher. Raised on a farm in central Kansas, she earned her Bachelor of Secondary Education from Fort Hays State and started teaching at Salina High School. Her experience with special education began in 1975 as the parent of a special needs child, which led her to get her Bachelor of Elementary Education and Master of Special Education from Washburn University and eventually to study Special Education Administration at Kansas State University. She finally allowed her teacher’s certificate to expire after her third retirement from Topeka 501 as a consulting teacher.

School can be challenging enough for kids, and any additional challenges can all but put an education out of reach. With a good education being a key factor to success as an adult, getting the most out of school is increasingly more and more important. Parents who know about the options, resources, and processes will be better advocates for their child and make school more enjoyable for everyone.

Recorded at Kansas City Oasis on August 5th, 2018.
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