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Teen with cerebral palsy, finds success

Now graduating as Watsonville High’s Student of the Year, nominated by his peers, Carlos has found the acceptance he desired for so long.

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Kids Helping Kids

A simple wooden box affixed to 8-year-old Alex Benitez-Alvarez’s walker gave the boy more storage space to carry school supplies — and the independence to perform tasks by himself.

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Are We Reordering Priorities?

“Why is it collectively we devalue the people who are charged with supporting individuals with developmental disabilities?”

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Per-Pupil Spending, State-by-State

This map shows how much each state spends per pupil on education.

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State Senate Drama Continues

NYS Senate Republicans allowed a vote on a pair of hostile amendments dealing with reproductive health and even let Democrats briefly speak on both of them before they were voted down.

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Drama Again In Albany

The divided NYS Senate again devolved into a stalemate with accusations of political gamesmanship levied on both sides.

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Political War Heating Up In Albany

NYS Senate Republicans have introduced a set of a bills aimed at dealing with recent controversies involving the governor’s office. The Governor is prepared to initiate legislation targeting Senate Republicans.

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Unified Basketball Program Brings School Communities Together

“It’s not enough to be able to dribble a basketball down the court — you have to be respectful and responsible. If they’re attitude stinks on the court, then they’re going to sit just like any other kid.

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Making Golf Accessible

Van Patten Golf Course, with Director of Golf Adam Catanzarite leading the way, offers the Paramobile to its disabled players.

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