In our podcast, we interview policymakers, partners, and thought leaders to spotlight education policies, research, and practices so that together we can create a brighter future for every Washington student.
In this episode, League of Education Voters Communications Director Arik Korman asks Glenna Gallo, Assistant Superintendent of Special Education Services at the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), about her career path, what she sees as the biggest opportunity in Washington state to support students with disabilities, and how she would change the broader education system if there were no budgetary constraints.
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One comment on “Podcast – Glenna Gallo, Assistant Superintendent of Special Education”
I unfortunately couldn’t attend the conversation today because I was in attendance with my school meeting. I am a high needs paraprofessional and have been for 20+ years. I have several questions that couldn’t be answered by my principal but was hoping you could. When we go back to school what protocols are going to be put in place to keep our students, our family’s, and our selves safe? Second what is going to happen when the In evitable happens and a student comes to school and is sick with a fever from unknown causes. Will we all be expected to self quarantine for two weeks?