Not So Special Anymore

A commentary on Special Education in the United States, this work offers anyone with an interest in education an inside look at how IDEA is implemented, or not implemented, on some campuses. Not an academic work, the author offers insight based on 17 years experience as a Spec Ed Teacher and as a Spec Ed parent. The short work also includes contributions from other teachers. More

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About Robert Barron

Robert Barron is first and foremost a retired Navy Hospital Corpsman who was fortunate enough to have traveled the world . He also had the honor and privilege of serving and deploying with grunt battalions of the First Marine Division. His global experience afforded him firsthand accounts of sexual exploitation of women at the hands of indifferent bar owners and their clientele. Today, he is a Texas State (Lifetime) Certified Special Education teacher, and while he is not currently teaching in the classroom, he continues to teach via his writings and publications. Though not a card carrying member of any organization or association, he contributes freelance to the efforts of various non-profits. He strives to serve as a global advocate for human and civil rights, advocating for those who cannot advocate for themselves. He is presently engaged in a campaign calling for U.S. Legislators to adhere to 14th Amendment and to emancipate women. He created DhesBar Publications as an outlet for his writing. His most recent book publication, Letters: The Inevitable Conversation, offers an eclectic, yet historically accurate account of the history of violence against women. Other work, such as his current series, The Disillusioned Earthbound Human: A Tragedy, available through his website, expresses his hardcore existentialism. Proceeds from his publications benefit battered women’s shelters and scholarships. You can contact him at

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