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It's Not My Fault: A Note to My Teachers, is the true story of a drug baby. Most of the time, we hear from the experts, but this story is from personal experience. Our schools are flooded with children, who are experiencing a combination of drug-related problems. We can't place them all in special education classes. Hopefully, teachers will have a better understanding of the effects of drugs on the defenseless ones and will be motivated to work with each child as an individual.
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Ms. Swift earned Master of Arts in Education Administration and Special Education. She is a National Board Certified Teacher and holds credentials in Education Administration, Multiple Subjects K-12, Reading, Special Education, and Gifted and Talented Education. Concurrent with teaching, Ms. Swift conducts workshops on Reading and Learning Disability and Early Literacy. She also designs lessons on various topics to assist new teachers in "getting started."Review:
It's heartwarming and hopefully a wake-up call for teachers and society. --Freda Kelly, Social Studies Teacher
Great story! It's time teachers understand the needs of special children. --Bonita Brown, Language Arts Teacher
A warm, touching, heart-wrenching story of a little girl, who is aware of her personal struggles but will not accept defeat. She believes in herself and with the support of a caring family, is determined to beat the odds. --Linda Crawford, Special Education Teacher
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Book Description Gloria A. Swift, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. first edition. 32 pages. 11.00x8.60x0.20 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1427633959