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February is a Time to Set Goals and Celebrate Diversity

Resolutions and aspirations for personal growth and achievement often accompany the start of a new year. While many adults engage in this tradition, parents of students with disabilities can leverage the power of goal-setting to empower their children and foster a sense of accomplishment. In this blog post, we'll explore the value of SMART goal setting for students with disabilities, offering tips for parents, educators, and leaders on facilitating this transformative process.


Setting and achieving SMART goals can be a powerful catalyst for the growth and development of students with disabilities. To learn more, listen to the February Edufaith Essentials Podcast and see the images that share additional tips.

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