[nfbwatlk] I like the publicity, but I would have said it differently

Frye, Daniel Daniel.Frye at ed.gov
Wed Aug 18 10:32:05 CDT 2010


Thanks for sharing this article. While a bit melodramatic, the article's fundamental message is sound and the school definitely gains some positive coverage. I hope Michelle's life and business ambitions will be realized, and I hope--inferring things from the narrative offered--that Michelle is given the freedom and confidence to manage her career and life generally by her friends and family. Certainly you will be an important guiding mentor. She's lucky to have you in her world.

Daniel B. Frye
Management and Program Specialist 
Randolph-Sheppard Programs
U.S. Department of Education 
Office of Special Education 
and Rehabilitative Services 
Rehabilitation Services Administration 
550 12th Street, SW, Room 5023 
Washington, DC  20202-2800 
(202) 245-7308 office 
(202) 245-7591 fax
(410) 241-7006 mobile
daniel.frye at ed.gov


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Subject: [nfbwatlk] I like the publicity, but I would have said it differently

        Here is an article printed in the August 16 edition of the Oregonian newspaper. If I had written this article the tone would have been a little different, but I like the publicity for the school. I have very mixed feelings about this article.

Don Mitchell

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