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Martha Coakley Kicks Off Moms Tour in Framingham

Coakley met with F-SEPAC co-presidents Sheryl Berger-Goldstein and Susan Arndt as well as other moms from MetroWest at Panache Coffee in Framingham.

F-SEPAC Co-presidents Sheryl Berger-Goldstein and Susan Arndt with Martah Coackley at Panache Coffee in Framingham on July 15. Credit: Courtesy
F-SEPAC Co-presidents Sheryl Berger-Goldstein and Susan Arndt with Martah Coackley at Panache Coffee in Framingham on July 15. Credit: Courtesy
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, who is running as a Democratic candidate for Massachusetts Governor, kicked off a "Moms for Martha Tour" in Framingham.

Coakley met with F-SEPAC co-presidents Sheryl Berger-Goldstein and Susan Arndt as well as other moms from MetroWest at Panache Coffee in Framingham. Most of the mothers (and some dads) in attendance have children with disabilities.

Also in attendance was State Rep. Tom Sannicandro, who represents a portion of Framingham. Sannicandro also has a child with special needs.







Susan Arndt July 16, 2014 at 10:31 AM
F-SEPAC is the Framingham Special Education Parent Advisory Council. You can find us at www.F-SEPAC.org F-SEPAC is run by parents who are concerned about the special needs of children in the Framingham schools. We are a district-wide resource to parents or guardians of children with special needs – offering them information, support, and meetings throughout the school year. As a group the F-SEPAC is mandated and supported by Massachusetts law. We are a united voice for special needs children and considered an advisory committee to the Framingham school district and its Special Education Department. We work with them in partnership to determine appropriate programs and services for children with special needs. We are a group that works to support and protect access to quality education for all children – especially those with disabilities – and participate in decision making that affects policies, rules, and regulations. F-SEPAC’s mission is to work for the understanding, respect, and support of all children with special needs in Framingham. We provide opportunities for parents to share experiences and information and come together to learn more about challenges facing children with special needs.

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