Temple Grandin, the most well-known American with autism, urged teachers, parents and students to avoid getting “hung up on labels” during her standing-room-only keynote address Saturday at a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh special education conference.
J.D. Hughes, a national physical education consultant, demonstrates why no one is allowed to stand still in his gym during a Feb. 18 workshop in Albee Hall.
More than 20 years ago, Ghazwa Chaar Sankari enrolled her children in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Head Start program. Today, she still sees the benefits in her and her children’s lives.
Congressman Steve Kagen met with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Richard H. Wells, and Appleton Head Start staff and students to review the benefits of the program’s recent Recovery Act $220,237 grant.