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When I observed in Lindenhurst high school for a project I was doing I followed around a special education teacher.  While I was there I notice that her class was very small consisting of only maybe 10 students. The teacher told me  that most if not all of these students have been together since elementary school so the dynamic in the classroom 
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Unformatted text preview: was like that of a close family. Each student had a different disability and I did not ask about each student’s condition. I do remember one kid was in that class because he had behavioral problems....
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