That it “takes a village” is commonly accepted when it comes to educating children, and the axiom rings especially true when a child has special needs. Students with special needs often learn in non-traditional ways. The adults responsible for their development face unique challenges, as well as successes--they’re constantly pursuing novel ways to make things click. And when they do, those aha! moments are what make the extra effort worthwhile.
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