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Working with Special Needs Youth

According to the U.S. Department of Education, 12.8% of the nation’s K-12 students had disabilities in 2008-2009. If you work directly with youth or with volunteers who work with youth, this webinar will discuss how to ensure that your programming efforts are inclusive of all. The webinar will explore definitions and terminology, tips for modifying and adapting programs, and leadership techniques to share with others. There will also be an opportunity to learn from other participants during this interactive and educational webinar.

https://connect.msu.edu/p5uk2b89bct/

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