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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Couple of questions

Couple of questions

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Amber Colantuono's picture
Amber Colantuono
High School English Teacher from South Carolina

I am not aware of all of the problems that these students face, but I would include them as I would normal students unless I knew they could not complete the assignment, activity, or task.

Brittany Lee's picture

I would too. But I'm like you. I don't know much about them. Special Edu. is not my major, but yet I'm taking the class 'cause I figured I might need it. But thanks for the help!

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