Dear Dara: Advice for Supporting Students with Special Needs

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For many school districts, there’s a growing imbalance between the number of students requiring the support found in special education, and the number of educators with the qualifications and training to best serve them. If you find yourself unexpectedly called upon to build and curate a collection tailored to the needs of special education students, you’re not alone. Dara, School Library Connection’s own library expert and advice-giver, serves up some words of wisdom in a letter responding to one such person who recently wrote in for help.

Click below to learn how to build a collection that serves all students, including those with special needs.

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