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Early Intervention: REGULAR ED STUDENT TEMPORARILY IN SELF CONTAINED CLASS

Tracie:  Hello, I am a Speech Pathologist who provides services for a self-contained early childhood classroom. The EC Special Ed teacher and I were recently asked to allow a kindergarten Continue Reading ?
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