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1educación especial feminineeducación diferencial femininebefore noun special needs school — escuela de educación especial / diferencial feminine
- Teachers often try to deal with this by offering special needs classes.
- A third of the children in our school are on the special needs register, so they have a lot of issues anyway.
- She helps special needs children in her private practice.
- It makes money by teaching children with special needs and by running charter public schools.
- Despite having large numbers of special needs children, many New Zealand state schools can't get the funding they require to make a difference in the classroom.
- Bonnah involved the relocation of a student with special needs from the traditional school system to one better equipped to deal with his needs.
- After some deliberation it was agreed that it would probably be best for her to be transferred to a school for children with special needs.
- There once was a boarding school couple at Riverview, a school for teens with special needs, located on Cape Cod.
- She manages a large studio, teaches special needs children and directs her church choir.
- In the Athen's school system, Michael was identified as a special needs ' child and was in the E.S.L. program.
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