Great resource on What does Special Education look like in Schools

Special Education 101 Infographic

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An interview on the Intersection of ELL and SPED

One of the biggest challenges that educators deal with today is serving students who are learning English and who may have a learning disability. In this interview I share some strategies that educators can use when addressing this concern– do this child have a disability or it just part of the process of learning English– read more

at http://www.edc.org/newsroom/articles/intersection_sped_and_ell

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