Special ed conference gives parents hope for change
By Colleen Keane
Special to the Times
ALBQUERQUE, April 3, 2014
Grandparents, parents and children posed for group pictures, held listening circles, hands-on workshops, a powwow and performances by the 46th Miss Navajo Nation, Radmilla Cody, one of the keynote speakers.
Participants came from across the state and the country and even British Columbia, according to Wanda Johnson, Diné, a conference coordinator.
The conference was sponsored by Education for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs with support from the New Mexico Indian Education Department.
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