SPECIAL EDUCATION: Creating Opportunities, Reaching for Success

Butler, Heather
September 2011
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Fall2011Supplement, p33
Academic Journal
In this article, the author discusses the work responsibility of special education teachers. It investigates how teachers have to deal with different types of students, some are easy to handle and some are very challenging. The author acknowledges the ideals of the journal, which helped teachers to made a positive impact on the lives of innumerable special children. It highlights the changes which have been made in the field of special education over the decades, across the world.


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