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Advocating at All the Levels - How to Start and What to Avoid

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Special educators face unique challenges in meeting the needs of the students they teach. This requires special educators to advocate on behalf their students, both within their school and at district, state, and national levels. In this session, we will discuss how to identify these challenges, who to advocate to, and how to impact the field through your advocacy. Presented by Loretta Mason-Williams, Binghamton University.


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