Let’s see how it goes…

Most news outlets are currently covering stories regarding the shortage of staff in education. One area hit especially hard is Special Education teachers. This week, a news station out of Buffalo, New York had a segment on how parents should wait to bring educational concerns to the school. (Heading back to school). One superintendent was quoted as saying,

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Shannon's strong background in special education and program planning alongside her understanding of diverse student needs allowed her to meet student needs.

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Shannon's strong background in special education and program planning alongside her understanding of diverse student needs allowed her to meet student needs.

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