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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/12/09 Military Families with Children with Disabilities Sara Younk, Jill Stahl, Nicole Strine, and Michelle Cinciripino
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 5/12/09 ACTIVITY Use the cards on your table to match  the Special education jargon to the  Department of Defense’s jargon. When finished there are facts on  the back of the cards
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 5/12/09 Department of defense education v. department of education DDESS-Domestic  Dependent Elem. and  State and Federally  funded public schools DODEA Department of  Education
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 5/12/09 Department of defense education v. department of education PFPWD-Program for  Persons with  ADA- Americans  Disability Act DODEA Department of  Education
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 5/12/09 FACTS DODEA-Department of Defense Education  Activity Operates 199 schools 8,700 educators serve more than 88,000 students  540,000 active duty sponsors each caring for a  family member with special medical or  educational needs
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  • Spring '08
  • Klein
  • Department of Education, Department of Defense, defense education, Impaired Intellectual Disability, Special education jargon

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