Dear Mr. Woeten:
First thing I would like to say is I cannot believe the letter I read on the so-called "drug babies." You are supposed to be a teacher out there to help special ed kids, not to say there is no hope because they are "drug babies."
My son has a severe speech disorder to where he struggles to speak every day, and guess what? He is not a so-called drug baby. He has autism and you can't imagine the pain I see him go through on a daily basis trying to talk the best he can.
I was worried about the children in his school, that they would laugh at him or make fun of him because of his speech, but that is not the case. They are all wonderful to my son.