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 What are some of the advantages of labeling a child with special needs?

Answer In today's society, labeling often provides for status. To be affected by a socially acceptable malady one gains better recognition and peer group social standing.Sick Of PC
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What are two advantages of inclusion for children with special needs?

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When a child with special needs is included in a preschool class it is best to focus on that child's disability?

No you should think of him as a normal student because every man is equal
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What if the child has special needs and father has no experience taking care of the child what can happen?

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