Margie Mikulskis: Raising a child with a disability in a large urban school system has provided me with experience advocating for a child with special needs as a parent. This motivated me to learn more about special education advocacy, use my training in elementary education, and professionally advocate myself. I continually see the importance and urgency of this work. I completed the FCSN PICT Course and Internship program in 2015. I'm a graduate of the William and Mary Law School Institute for Special Education Advocacy, and am COPAA SEAT graduate. I volunteer at Massachusetts Advocates for Children. I enjoy advocating for families and empowering them with knowledge and guidance to navigate the special education process and obtain the services and resources their children need to make effective progress. I'm the proud parent of 4 amazing children. I hold a B.A. from Boston College, and an M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Lesley College.
I'm a professional advocate invested in empowering families to understand the special education process and obtain the individualized instruction and services their child needs, while working collaboratively with schools. I'm a graduate of the Advocacy Program at William and Mary Law School, trained by COPAA (Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates) SEAT (Special Ed Advocacy Training), FCSN and have a Master's Degree in Elementary Education from Lesley College. Experience advocating at Boston Medical Center EASE Clinic. DDS cases, autism, medically fragile, ADHD, 2E.
Travel Miles : 50+ miles
Board Term : Member-at-Large (2020-2022)
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