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CLE’s approach to supporting students, as they develop their social skills, is driven by the individual learner. However, one possibility is that the teenagers in special education have had more opportunity to develop mutually supportive, reciprocal friendships with peers of similar abilities and interests than those included in mainstream schools. We also had a vocational center where we taught basic vocational skills that would carry over to jobs.

Pages: 40

Publisher: HarperCollins; Reprint edition (June 29, 1983)

ISBN: 0064430413

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