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Special Academic Education in Floral Park


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Business Listing   Big Apple Learning Center - Floral Park, NY - Phone: (718) 206-1476


Business Listing   Early Success- Inc. - Floral Park, NY - Phone: (516) 352-6088


Business Listing   H & R Block - Bayside - Floral Park, NY - Phone: (718) 225-8409


Business Listing   H & R Block - Forest Hills - Floral Park, NY - Phone: (718) 268-1616


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Helpful Definition for: Special Academic Education


The education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs is Special Academic Education in Floral Park. It involves individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, equipment and materials, accessible settings and other interventions designed to help learners with special needs achieve success. In Floral Park, the term special education is generally used to specifically indicate instruction of students whose special needs reduce their ability to learn independently or in an ordinary classroom.

Children who may have been diagnosed with some kind of mental retardation, brain damage or may have a developmental disorder such as visual or hearing disabilities, are the ones identified as candidates with special needs.

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