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Special Education Brochure
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The majority of students with disabilities receive support and services in general education classrooms. Schools provide special education services on an individual basis while students are in school, and as they transition to the post-secondary environment. Special Education is a demanding profession but also highly gratifying. With a shortage of trained special education teachers, graduates of the Special Education Program will find their skills in high demand and job opportunities numerous.
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