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    Angela Shaw

    Angela Shaw, a special educator within Snowline Joint Unified School District in California, values the efforts of all in support of launching each life-long learner, especially when the learner is one with special needs. Angela has had the opportunity to work with students with mild to moderate needs and their families over the past 16 years at the elementary level.  Though she delivers the information within this article to families and educational caregivers through the voice of a special educator, she also holds a credential in school counseling.  Angela earned Masters' degrees in special education and in school counseling from Azusa Pacific University, and holds a Certificate in Autism from Cal State San Bernardino.  Her publishing focus is upon students with special needs in support of families and educational caregivers, in order to further collaborative relationships.  Angela has authored many works on topics relative to high-incidence disabilities, including a two part series “ADD in Girls:  Sugar or Spice?” originally appearing in August and October ’04 issues of EP, which is available through the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress

    How to Find the Best Educational Services for Your Child with ASD

    Find ASD Best Educational Services

    Once a student is identified with special needs and embarks upon his/her educational journey on the special education path, various avenues and bridges open that offer an array of related services.  Oftentimes, parents and general educators may not know the who or the what of those specialists that come to support the student’s needs through […]

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