Ask about that child with disabilities and special needs
By Allen Senstad, Alexandria, MN
Now that school has started, I’m reminded of my own school days. Back then, kids who were “special” had their own classroom.
hen they were allowed out of it, I avoided them. After all, they were different. It wasn’t that I didn’t like them; I was indifferent.
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