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Sean Hegarty, the special education teacher at the school, captured the performance on camera and posted it online.
That subgroup includes students learning to speak English, those eligible for free or reduced lunch and students receiving special education services.
In Houston, her fourth-grade daughter Ariel Lawson was identified for special education services because of a learning disability.
Schools can also use Acellus for special education, Advance Placement, English as a second language and GED courses.
The initiative will be managed by the school, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, and Gateways: Access to Jewish Education, a regional Jewish special education organization.
Sharon Juenemann has joined The Shadow Project, a Portland nonprofit that teams with teachers to close the achievement gap for students in special education, as its program manager.
The bill also would target particular hard-to-staff positions by allowing teachers specializing in special education, science, technology, engineering or math to receive additional pay.
These include spending on medical treatment, special education and, sometimes, crime due to the behavioural problems that can be caused by lead poisoning.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of special education for English Language Learners
: classes for children who have special needs because of physical or learning problems
SPECIAL EDUCATION Defined for Kids
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