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October 07, 2010

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Theresa McGee

I have a question, My son is in special education, for 30 minutes each day he goes to regular class. However, when I went to visit the class, they don't have him doing the same work as the kids in the regular class. They give him busy work or say read a book. this week, my son tells me they have him doing nothing and tells him to just sit there while the other students do math. This can not be acceptable. What is the purpose of him going to the regular class for 30minutes

Mary

That's great! Congratulations.

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