Jenny Kendall: Looking at Charter & Virtual School Options

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Jenny Kendall: Looking at Charter & Virtual School Options

Traumatized children and those with attachment disorders often require parents and educators to “think outside the box” when addressing their emotional, neurological and social challenges while still providing an academically-rich learning environment. Exploring charter school options, including virtual schools, is one way to meet the needs of children with complex trauma. Jenny Kendall is a veteran special educator with a passion for alternative learning options. She has spent her career exploring alternative strategies and options for helping children with special needs learn.



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