Dead-end Job (Spirals)

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Other children are popular because they are on the school football team, play in a band, can draw very well or are really good-looking. Public schools are legally bound to use an IEP to guide the education of a child with an ASD. Given the influence of the Bible into western culture and it’s impact throughout the world, to be denied and potentially remain ignorant of scripture would be detrimental to a well rounded, thorough education in its own right.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (May 1, 1990)

ISBN: 0748704833

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