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special education

education that is modified or particularized for those with singular needs, as disabled or maladjusted people, slow learners, or gifted children. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • So could special education teachers or therapists, tailored for each student.
  • It immediately suggests a method of special education or intervention.
  • Her school already gets public money to help pay for special education, teacher training and even textbooks.
  • Maybe you could volunteer in special education or better yet at any local jail so that you can get your facts straight.
  • We are still on the fence about keeping him in a regular, public school, or in special education.
  • She has special needs, and requires special education and specialists.

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