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New York City
September 2002

To the Editor:
Thank you so much for the content and fluidity of the article. She [Joan Baum] captured every point I was trying to make and turned it into something everyone else can understand.
Jerrold Ross, Dean, School of Education
St. Johnís University

To the Editor:
The article you did on the Reading Reform Foundation is excellent. You portrayed us accurately and concisely. Now I have to read every other article in the issue to keep up with the educational scene!
Sandra Priest Rose, Founder & Trustee
Reading Reform Foundation, NY

To the Editor:
I just saw the article on the Fieldston Foreign Language workshop [August 2002]. Itís great!
Mary McFerran,
Academic Technology Administrator
The Fieldston School

To the Editor:
I am the editor of the College Times, a national publication for students in Ireland. On your website you have accounts from students about their thoughts after the disaster of September 11. Would you allow us to publish some extracts from this in our newspaper?
Shane McGinley, Dublin, Ireland

Parkinsonís
To the Editor:
In re your articles on Parkinsonís [July 2002]: When do you anticipate that phase III trials will start? Will NIH at Bethesda, Maryland be a physical location where Spheramine will be administered?
Thomas Winter
Maryland

Special Education
To the Editor:
My daughter will enter the 11th grade in September, 2002. I appreciate anything you can do to help us make this a positive year for Alison. No one should have to go through school feeling like she does. I will do whatever it takes!
Nancy Eichler
Binghamton, NY

To the Editor:
I would like to get in touch with Dr. Mel Levine. My son needs one-on-one help. He may be my last resort before he falls in the cracks at school. Is there any way he can help him? [Dr. Mel Levine is featured in several articles on www.educationupdate.com]
Kathelleen Parsons via email

To the Editor:
Do you have any information on help for children labeled as Mild Intellectual Disability?
Karen Campbell-High
Via email

To the Editor:
I am in desperate need of information on afterschool programs for an 8 year-old with learning disabilities.
Annamaria Rios Via email

To the Editor:
Where are things with the Governorís Island plan? I was stationed there in the 70ís and 80ís-90ís and would love to work there again as a facilities engineer.
Richard Sasse
Providence, R.I.

Governorís Island was recently returned to the State of New York, organized by Al Butzel, President of the Governorís Island Alliance. New proposals for its use include a CUNY campus, a national monument and a public park. For more information: www.reclaimgovernorsisland.org [Ed.]

To the Editor:
Do you have any information on help for children labeled as Mild Intellectual Disability?
Karen Campbell-High
Via email

To the Editor:
I am in desperate need of information on afterschool programs for an 8 year-old with learning disabilities.
Annamaria Rios
Via email

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