Is My Child a Special Needs Child?
A child may be a special needs child if he or she is between the ages of three and twenty-one, has not graduated High School, and is:Hearing Impaired,Visually... more
(Originally published in Charter School Monthly, December 2011. Reprinted with permission.)
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