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Here are five such skills you can help your child develop that will set her up for life. Socialization of perceived academic competence among highly competent children. Large numbers of students with disabilities, both high school graduates and dropouts, earn very low salaries (Edgar, 1988). Well over 100 different knots, sorted by use: e.g. The diagnostic team also works with general and special education teachers and parents. • Early Childhood Home and Community Program - (2-3 years of age).

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Publisher: JayJo Books (February 2002)

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