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Held at the WBYA Soccer fields in West Bradford. Following are 3 main Learning Disabilities he carries.
  1. Reading
  2. Writing
  3. Precision or awareness
  4. Reading:

Most ordinary characteristics of student with Learning Disability is Reading.... [tags: special education, special needs, disabled] Women's Studies: Woman of the Year Refia Ari -a pioneer of Special Needs Education for Disabled Children - Women's Studies: REFIA ARI - Woman of the Year Pioneer of Special Needs Education for disabled children in KKTC Cyprus Refia Ari received the Woman of the Year award in 2003 of the Women's Studies & Education Centre, Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU), KKTC/TRNC-Cyprus.

Pages: 220

Publisher: HarperCollins (January 30, 2007)

ISBN: 0060875895

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