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We are a team of professionals highly motivated and dedicated to the relentless pursuit of whatever works in the life of a child. We offer programs and services to member school districts, parents, and students, and we facilitate growth and promote success through quality educational services and supports we offer. One method of sharing information about our programs and services is through our monthly automated eNewsletter. Our eNews highlights hot topics in special education, upcoming professional learning, parent and community events, legal issues, and other topics of interests, and resources we hope readers will find helpful. Subscribe now and receive monthly updates on issues and topics in special education and educationally related mental health services from our team of experts!

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