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More From the Council for Exceptional Children Convention

As I mentioned in my last post, the Council for Exceptional Children is hosting its annual convention this week in Maryland. Read more about new ideas my colleagues learned about language arts instruction for students with disabilities and whether teachers can prevent racially disproportionate special ed classifications.

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