Willowbrook State School was a state-supported institution for children with intellectual disability located in the Willowbrook neighborhood on Staten Island in New York City from 1947 until 1987. The school was designed for 4,000. By 1965 it had a population of 6,000. Public outcry led to its closure in 1987, and to federal civil rights legislation protecting the disabled.
20 Incredible Dorm Room Photos For Decoration Inspiration
Untouched, dorm rooms are… not very nice to look at. Sure, there are some private colleges and universities that offer gorgeous, spacious dorm rooms, but the majority of them don’t. And if you plan on going to a state school? Forget it. State schools give out small, often cramped dorm rooms that are completely utilitarian … Read More
librariesbuildcommunity: “ text-block: “ Superb front door display to the Eatons Hill State School #Library in March 2013. It captures the essence of librarianship. Bravi! P1000016 (by Eatons Hill SS...
Saturday I presented at the New York State School Counselor Association Conference on How to Be A Tech Savvy School Counselor. I had a full room and had a great time presenting. Here is my presentation: And here are the handouts: