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Age of Awareness

Special Education

Educating Students With The Most Severe Disabilities

All students are entitled to a public education that will help them meet their full potential, even if the end result is not academic achievement.

“All learning environments and formats designed to help the learning needs of any student should be celebrated and acceptable.”

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Carl J. Petersen

Carl J. Petersen

Parent, special education advocate and former LAUSD School Board candidate. Still fighting for the children. www.ChangeTheLAUSD.com

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