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By Andrew Hawk Students who are identified as being eligible for special education services may exhibit challenges ranging from physical aggression to learning disabilities. Wherever students fit in the special education world, nearly all exceptionalities exhibit characteristics that can make … Continue reading
By Andrew Hawk Note: This post was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are publishing it now because the content remains relevant. Depending on special education students’ exceptionalities, they may exit public education at age 18 or stay until … Continue reading