In my last post I discussed the different disability levels that might be assigned to students. These levels were: none, mild, moderate, and severe. Those levels make it more difficult for the classroom teacher to address the specific disability of each student. Why? It would be difficult enough if a teacher had only one disabled student, or even a group of students with the same disability. That’s not the case.
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