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When it comes to young adults with special needs, there is often a lack of options relating to being social and this is why Temecula Valley Dance Connection is so crucial. To get to know the students, the team reviews the IEP and the educational records. The National Conference of State Legislatures reported that foster children had "high rates of grade retention; lower scores on standardized tests; and higher absenteeism, tardiness, truancy and dropout rates" when compared to the general population. [9] Researchers have identified a number of problems that foster children commonly experience in the education and child welfare systems.

Pages: 24

Publisher: Lions (October 22, 1981)

ISBN: 0851222633


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