WHAT OTHER'S ARE SAYING

"Excellent read for students, parents, and educators. Dr. A​ngelise Rouse ​offers a substantive understanding of the definition of special education, protections for students and parents by law, and a student's perspective of going through the IEP process. The poignant "take away" for me in the book is hearing a student's voice the myths and negative descriptors attached to special education AND the transitional services (higher education and workforce training) offered to students before they graduate from high school. Whether you are a seasoned teacher and/or concerned parent of a student in K-12, PICK UP THIS BOOK!

LaToro Yates, Ph.D.

Director of Admission/Enrollment Management

The City University of New York 

 

 

 

"Especially 4 Me: A Student's Guide to The IEP, is a welcome resource for students and parents navigating through Special Education. This engaging resource told by a student and his peers, empowers and motivates students to seriously think about their future after high school."
Dr. Natasha Veale
Associate Professor of Special Education
Greensboro College 

"Dr. Rouse has written a simplistic guide for students, empowering them to become an active part in the IEP process. This short thorough guide will assist students in self-advocacy. The dialogue is written and shared through the eyes of a student. This is a powerful message to other student-peers."

Tamera Foley, Ph.D. 

“K​udos to Dr. Rouse for writing, E​specially 4 Me.​ This is a good introduction into the IEP landscape and the daily operation of Special Education services."

Dr. Brita A. Theadford

Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction

 

 

Asso
"This important publication adds a realistic dimension to the IEP discussions. Congratulations." - - JH

Dr. Jesse Hargrove 

Author of Closing the Achievement Gap in America (ISBN 978-1-4634-0952)

Associate Professor

Philander Smith College

WHAT OTHER'S ARE SAYING

"Excellent read for students, parents, and educators. Dr. A​ngelise Rouse ​offers a substantive understanding of the definition of special education, protections for students and parents by law, and a student's perspective of going through the IEP process. The poignant "take away" for me in the book is hearing a student's voice the myths and negative descriptors attached to special education AND the transitional services (higher education and workforce training) offered to students before they graduate from high school. Whether you are a seasoned teacher and/or concerned parent of a student in K-12, PICK UP THIS BOOK!"

LaToro Yates, Ph.D.

Director of Admission/Enrollment Management

The City University of New York 

 

 

 

"Dr. Rouse has written a simplistic guide for students, empowering them to become an active part in the IEP process. This short thorough guide will assist students in self-advocacy. The dialogue is written and shared through the eyes of a student. This is a powerful message to other student-peers."

Tamera Foley, Ph.D. 

 

 

 

"Especially 4 Me: A Student's Guide to The IEP, is a welcome resource for students and parents navigating through Special Education. This engaging resource told by a student and his peers, empowers and motivates students to seriously think about their future after high school."
Dr. Natasha Veale
Associate Professor of Special Education
Greensboro College 

“K​udos to Dr. Rouse for writing, E​specially 4 Me.​ This is a good introduction into the IEP landscape and the daily operation of Special Education services."

Dr. Brita A. Theadford

Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction

 

 

Asso
"This important publication adds a realistic dimension to the IEP discussions. Congratulations." - - JH

Dr. Jesse Hargrove 

Author of Closing the Achievement Gap in America (ISBN 978-1-4634-0952)

Associate Professor

Philander Smith College