Special Education Update - January 2020

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January 2020

Especially for Parents January Workshops at the Parent Resource Center (PRC)

All workshops are held at the Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1 - Room 100, Dunn Loring, VA, unless otherwise noted. You may view additional information on upcoming workshops and register for workshops online at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.

  • Mind in the Making Series
    At this workshop you will learn the research behind the Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs. Learn strategies for improving these skills, the importance of them in children’s lives, and activities to promote these evidence-based executive functioning skills.
    *Registration includes attendance at all sessions, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    • Session 1: Introduction – January 16, 2020
    • Session 2: Focus and Self-Control – January 23, 2020
    • Session 3: Perspective Taking – January 30, 2020
    • Session 4: Communicating – February 6, 2020
    • Session 5: Making Connections – February 13, 2020
    • Session 6: Critical Thinking – February 20, 2020
    • Session 7: Taking on Challenges – February 27, 2020
    • Session 8: Self-Directed, Engaged Learning – March 5, 2020
    Register for the Mind in the Making Series

  • Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Assessment, Treatment, and Research Update
    Join Dr. Lisa M. Cullins, attending physician in the Emotion and Development Branch at the National Institute of Mental Health for this highly informative workshop. She will provide current research on:
    • Diagnostic criteria.
    • Signs and symptoms of Bipolar Disorder as manifested in children and adolescents.
    • Treatment options, resources, and collaborations.
    Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents: Assessment, Treatment, and Research Update

  • Calm Conversations with Your Adolescent
    As parents of adolescents, we can often find ourselves in the throes of emotion and reactivity; we can say or do things that escalate the situation.
    Join Corinne Coppola, M.A., and Well-Being Professional in this important workshop to learn tools to take yourself off of the emotional roller coaster and engage in ways that are helpful and supportive.
    • Explore ways to set boundaries that foster loving and safe communication.
    • Learn strategies to feel connected and calm rather than frazzled and overwhelmed.
    Friday, January 24, 2020, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Calm Conversations with Your Adolescent

  • Sibshops
    An exciting workshop for brothers and sisters of children with special needs!
    *Registration must be completed separately for each session.
    Session 2: Tuesday, January 28, 2020. This session will be held at Gums Springs Community Center and Providence Community Center.
    Session 3: Saturday, March 21, 2020.
    Register for Sibshops

  • Portrait of an ADHD Graduate: Overcoming Obstacles While Optimizing Strengths
    This session focuses on ways parents can prepare students diagnosed with ADHD to be successful in the 21st Century workforce.
    Topics will include:
    • Identifying and building on existing strengths.
    • Strategies for developing executive functioning skills.
    • Ways to cultivate emotional intelligence.
    Presented by Patrick M. Hudak, PCC, BCC, Certified ADHD/Executive Function Coach at PathFinder Coaching & Tutoring LLC, President-Elect, CHADD Board of Directors.
    Friday, January 31, 2020, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Portrait of an ADHD Graduate: Overcoming Obstacles While Optimizing Strengths

Lending Library

The Parent Resource Center Lending Library contains over 7,000 books, DVDs, and CDs on topics related to parenting and educating all children including those with learning challenges, mental health concerns, special needs, and disabilities. Learn more about our lending library at https://www.fcps.edu/node/31312

Books available for checkout:

  • How to Hug a Porcupine: Negotiating the Prickly Points of the Tween Years, by Julie Ross
  • Straight Talk for Kids: 10 Secrets to Get the Power & Freedom You Want, by Kirk Martin
  • 101 Success Secrets for Gifted Kids: The Ultimate Guide, by Christine Fonseca
  • Outsmarting Worry: An Older Kid’s Guide to Managing Anxiety, by Dawn Huebner
  • Back to Front and Upside Down, by Claire Alexander
  • The BugaBees: Friends with Food Allergies, by Amy Recob
  • Not Norman: A Goldfish Story, by Kelly Bennett
  • Upside Down Magic: Sticks & Stones, by Sarah Mylnowski
About The Parent Resource Center (PRC)

The Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Parent Resource Center (PRC) provides resources, information, and consultations to support the success of all students. Confidential consultations, an extensive lending library, and a year-long calendar of workshops are offered for parents, educators, and community members. For more information please visit the PRC website at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center.

Assistive Technology Services (ATS)

During the 2019-20 school year, ATS will be offering training sessions focused on the use of high-end Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. Participants will learn basic programming and maintenance of the devices, as well as integration ideas. These sessions are open to both staff and parents of students using the specific devices. To register, contact the ATS Resource Teacher who supports your school. January sessions will include the following topics:

  • January 7, 2020, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Virginia Hills Center
  • January 13, 2020, 9 a.m.-noon, Proloquo2Go App – Virginia Hills Center
  • January 14, 2020, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., PRC Devices – Lanier Middle School
  • January 21, 2020, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Leis Center
Career and Transition Services

Transition IEP Workshop: Postsecondary Planning in Middle and High School  

Join FCPS Career and Transition Services (CTS) to learn about the importance of the IEP Transition Plan for effective postsecondary planning in middle and high school. At each location, there will be a panel of CTS staff members, school counselors, procedural support liaisons, and parents to answer questions about what you should look for, questions to ask the school team, questions to ask your child, and what role the IEP plays in increasing self-advocacy. You can register and find more information at: https://www.fcps.edu/node/28019

Thursday, January 9, 2020, 10 a.m.-noon.

Workshop offered at the following locations:

Heritage Center
Conference Rooms A & B
7611 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003

Northwest Center
Conference Room 600A
1850 Cameron Glen Drive
Reston, VA 20190

South County Government Center
Conference Rooms A & B
8350 Richmond Hwy
Alexandria, VA 22309

Extended School Year (ESY)

Save the Date: 2020 ESY direct, class-based service dates will be June 29 – July 24, 2020. More information regarding site locations and bell schedules will be coming soon.

Especially for Staff Members Assistive Technology Services (ATS) ESY and Assessment

The ESY and Assessment program will be offering two trainings on January 28, 2020:

  • Extended School Year (ESY): Navigating the Guidelines and Procedures for Schools. Sign up on MyPDE – Course #44022.
  • The Virginia Alternate Assessment (VAAP): Putting it all Together. This training will focus on compiling the collection of evidence (COE). Sign up on MyPDE – Course #44021.

Save the Date: 2020 ESY direct, class-based service dates will be June 29 – July 24, 2020. More information for staff regarding start dates and job opportunities will be coming soon.

Office of Special Education Instruction (OSEI) Trainings for Staff Members

During the month of January, OSEI is offering the following trainings for staff members. Registration is available in MyPDE. For more information about OSEI trainings, visit: http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/ssse/trainings/osei/

  • A Framework for Adapting Fiction and Non-fiction Texts for Students who Receive Category B Services – Course #SS-33294
  • Brigance: Administration and Application – Course #SS-33326
  • Building Independence – Course #SS-33275
  • Building Literacy Skills for Learners at the Pre-Symbolic Stage at the Secondary School Level – Course #SS-33293
  • Connecting Math Concepts – Course #SS-33247
  • Corrective Reading Decoding & Comprehension – Course #SS-27050
  • Early Childhood January County-Wide Staff Development – Course #SS-22077
  • Elementary Category B ABA Hands-On Refresher – Course #SS-33296
  • Extended School Year (ESY): Navigating the Guidelines and Procedures for Schools – Course #SS-44021
  • Fundations Level 1 – Course #SS-27003
  • Fundations Level 2 – Course #SS-27003
  • Providing Resource Services in the Natural Environment – Course #SS-22096
  • Reading Mastery – Course #SS-33249
  • Read Well K-3 – Course #SS-27077
  • Transmath – Course #SS-27087
  • Virginia Alternate Assessment Program (VAAP): Putting It All Together – Course #SS-44022
  • VMATH – Course #SS-25056

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Department of Special Services

Teresa L. Johnson, Assistant Superintendent

Michael Bloom, Director, Office of Special Education Instruction 

Office of Special Education Instruction

Special Education Update - December 2019

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December 2019

Especially for Parents December Workshops at the Parent Resource Center (PRC)

All workshops are held at the Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1 - Room 100, Dunn Loring, VA, unless otherwise noted. You may view additional information on upcoming workshops and register for workshops online at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.

The Parent Resource Center will be closed Monday, December 23, 2019, through Friday, January 3, 2020.

  • Zones of Regulation
    Rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy, the Zones of Regulation is a framework that uses four colors to help students identify their feelings and level of alertness and provides strategies to support emotional regulation. By understanding how to notice their body’s signals, detect triggers, read social context, and consider how their behaviors impact those around them, students learn improved emotional control, sensory regulation, self-awareness, and problem-solving skills. Presented by Emily Habermeyer and Paula Augenstein, FCPS School Counselors.


    Participants will:

    • Learn about the four Zones, corresponding feelings and visuals to reinforce this language at home.
    • Explore calming and alerting strategies to teach children how to become aware of and manage their emotions.
    • Discuss individual needs in a collaborate group setting.

    Thursday, December 5, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.

    Register for Zones of Regulation

  • Raising Children with High Self-Esteem in a High-Pressure Culture We all want our children to feel good about themselves and meet their full potential. But how can we raise children with healthy self-esteem when they compare themselves to others and believe they aren’t doing or being enough…no matter how successful they are? Presented by Parenting Specialist, Rachel Bailey, M.A., CPDPE.


    Participants will learn:

    • Where self-esteem comes from.
    • Practical strategies to help children improve self-esteem.
    • Why some strategies we usually use to improve self-esteem may backfire.
    • 3 simple actions used to improve your child’s self-esteem today and in the future.

    Friday, December 6, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.

    Register for Raising Children with High Self-Esteem in a High-Pressure Culture

  • Twice Exceptional Students: What Parents Need to Know Twice exceptional (2e) learners have exceptional strengths and exceptional learning challenges. Please join us to learn what FCPS is doing to provide schools and families with insight and guidance to support the identification, instruction, and social-emotional wellness of 2e students. Presented by Beth Baldwin, FCPS Advanced Academics Specialist, and Dawn Azennar, FCPS Curriculum Resource Teacher.


    During this workshop, you will have an opportunity to:

    • Learn about the joys and challenges of twice exceptionality.
    • Review newly published FCPS resources created to support families and schools.
    • Talk to other parents of 2e learners.

    Friday, December 13, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.

    Register for Twice Exceptional Students: What Parents Need to Know
Lending Library

The Parent Resource Center Lending Library contains over 7,000 books, DVDs, and CDs on topics related to parenting and educating all children including those with learning challenges, mental health concerns, special needs, and disabilities. Learn more about our lending library at https://www.fcps.edu/node/31312

Books available for checkout:

  1. All About IEPs: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About IEPs
  2. Depression: A Teen’s Guide to Survive and Thrive
  3. Helping Children with Autism Spectrum Conditions through Everyday Transitions: Small Changes – Big Challenges
  4. Helping Students Overcome Depression and Anxiety: A Practical Guide
  5. I Miss You!: A Military Kid’s Book About Deployment
  6. Maybe Days: A Book for Children in Foster Care
  7. Reparenting the Child Who Hurts: A Guide to Healing Developmental Trauma and Attachments
  8. The Bilingual Book of Rhymes, Songs, Stories, and Fingerplays: El libro bilingue de rimas, canciones, cuentos, y juegos
  9. The Dyslexia Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers
  10. The Dyslexia Help Handbook for Parents: Your Guide to Overcoming Dyslexia Including Tools You Can Use for Learning Empowerment
About The Parent Resource Center (PRC)

The Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Parent Resource Center (PRC) provides resources, information, and consultations to support the success of all students. Confidential consultations, an extensive lending library, and a year-long calendar of workshops are offered for parents, educators, and community members. For more information please visit the PRC website at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center.

Assistive Technology Services (ATS)

During the 2019-20 school year, ATS will be offering training sessions focused on the use of high-end Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. Participants will learn basic programming and maintenance of the devices, as well as integration ideas. These sessions are open to both staff and parents of students using the specific devices. To register, contact the ATS Resource Teacher who supports your school. December sessions will include the following topics:

  • December 3, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Virginia Hills Center
  • December 8, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Proloquo2Go App – Leis Center
  • December 10, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., PRC Devices – Lanier Middle School
  • December 18, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Leis Center
Extended School Year (ESY)

Save the Date: 2020 ESY direct, class-based service dates will be June 20 – July 24, 2020. More information regarding site locations and bell schedules will be coming soon.

Especially for Staff Members Assistive Technology Services (ATS)
  • AAC Beyond the Classroom
    Can your students communicate with a first responder if they need to? Can they successfully have an exchange with a store clerk? This TOPS group will collaborate with each other to review existing resources and create new materials that can be implemented and adapted in a classroom setting, as well as shared with families for use at home. Whether it is an emergency situation, a trip to the doctor, or a weekend family outing, the end goal is to offer teachers and families additional resources to help assist AAC students with their communication needs in a functional, independent way across their community.

    Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Instructional Program Support Center, Room 200.

    To register, please click on this link https://FCPS.sumtotal.host/core/pillarRedirect?relyingParty=LM&url=app%2fmanagement%2fLMS_ActDetails.aspx%3fActivityId%3d173053%26UserMode%3d0 and log onto MyPDE.
Career and Transition Services

Transition Tip Tuesday: The Employment and Transition Representative’s (ETR) role. 

As part of an initiative this school year, Career and Transition Services (CTS) will provide monthly mini trainings for special education staff in the high schools. On the first Tuesday of each month, CTS will deliver targeted and relevant information to school staff regarding effective transition planning. For December, the topic focus is on the role of the ETR in coordinating transition services, how to determine when ETR hours should be added to a student’s IEP, and the many ways that the ETR can support students, parents, and educators.

ESY and Assessment

As the holidays are approaching, please remember that typically occurring breaks in the school year are a great opportunity to collect data for Extended School Year (ESY) discussions during IEP meetings. A Specialist from ESY and Assessment would be glad to schedule a time to speak to school teams about ESY criteria and goal writing.

  • The ESY and Assessment program will be offering a training, Extended School Year (ESY): Navigating the Guidelines and Procedures for Schools, on January 28, 2020. Sign up on MyPDE – Course #44022.
  • The ESY and Assessment program will be offering the final training in the series, The Virginia Alternate Assessment (VAAP): Putting it all Together, on January 28, 2020. This training will focus on compiling the collection of evidence (COE). Sign up on MyPDE – Course #44021.

Save the Date: 2020 ESY direct, class-based service dates will be June 20 – July 24, 2020. More information for staff regarding start dates and job opportunities will be coming soon.

Office of Special Education Instruction (OSEI) Trainings for Staff Members

During the month of December, OSEI is offering the following trainings for staff members. Registration is available in MyPDE. For more information about OSEI trainings, visit: http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/ssse/trainings/osei/

  • Classroom Wide Practices that Support Effective Instruction – Course #SS-29101
  • Corrective Reading: Corrective Reading Decoding/Corrective Reading Comprehension – Course #SS-27050
  • Fundations Level 1 – Course #SS-27003
  • Fundations Level 2 – Course #SS-27003
  • Providing Resource Services in the Natural Environment – Course #SS-22096
  • Read Well K-3 – Course #SS-27077
  • Transmath – Course #SS-27087
  • Using the Data Matrix to Monitor Child Progress in Early Childhood Class based Settings – Course #SS-33296
  • VMATH – Course #SS-25056

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Department of Special Services

Teresa L. Johnson, Assistant Superintendent

Michael Bloom, Director, Office of Special Education Instruction 

Office of Special Education Instruction

Special Education Update - November 2019

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November 2019

Especially for Parents November Workshops at the Parent Resource Center (PRC)

All workshops are held at the Dunn Loring Center for Parent Services, 2334 Gallows Road, Entrance 1 - Room 100, Dunn Loring, VA, unless otherwise noted. You may view additional information on upcoming workshops and register for workshops online at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center/workshops-parents-educators-and-community.

  • Irritability in Children and Youth: How to Help Children Cope
    Dr. Ramaris German, Ph.D., Psychologist, and Ms. Wanda Wheeler, Mental Health Clinician from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), will present this important workshop for parents of irritable children and youth.
    Friday, November 1, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Irritability in Children and Youth
  • Sibshops
    An exciting workshop for brothers and sisters of children with special needs!
    *Registration must be completed separately for each session.
  • Raising a Screen Smart Kid: Embrace the Good and Avoid the Bad in the Digital Age
    For parents who didn't grow up with smartphones but can't let go of them now, expert advice on raising kids in our constantly connected world. This presentation will focus on how to help kids navigate friendships, bullying, dating, self-esteem, and more online. Presented by Juliana Miner, public health expert and creator of the popular blog Rants from Mommyland.
    Thursday, November 7, 2019, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Register for Raising a Screen Smart Kid
  • Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder: Beginning Your Journey
    Attend this important workshop, presented by Julia Calhoun and Katie Boxer, FCPS Behavior Intervention Teachers, to understand characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
    Friday, November 8, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Understanding Autism
  • Special Education: Understanding the Process and Collaborating with Your School
    Topics include:
    What is Special Education?
    How do children qualify for services?
    What is Least Restrictive Environment?
    What is the difference between accommodations and modifications?
    What is an IEP?
    What are the roles and responsibilities of IEP team members?
    How can I work with the school team to develop an IEP?
    How do I advocate for my child at school and in the IEP process?
    Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    Register for Special Education: Understanding the Process and Collaborating with Your School
  • Building Success in Physical Education
    Learn fun activities for the whole family to get your child moving, while reinforcing a wide range of skills needed to participate in physical education. Presented by Phyllis Orner, FCPS Adapted PE Specialist, Manda Tirado and Christy Stone, FCPS Adapted PE Teachers.
    Friday, November 15, 2019, 10 a.m.-noon.
    Register for Building Success in Physical Education
Lending Library

The Parent Resource Center Lending Library contains over 7,000 books, DVDs, and CDs on topics related to parenting and educating all children including those with learning challenges, mental health concerns, special needs, and disabilities. Learn more about our lending library at https://www.fcps.edu/node/31312

Books available for checkout:

  1. Building School and Community Partnerships Through Parent Involvement
  2. Cerebral Palsy: A Complete Guide for Caregiving
  3. College Success for Students with Learning Challenges
  4. How Full is your Bucket? For Kids
  5. The Military Family’s Parent Guide for Supporting Your Child in School
  6. Tongue Fu! at School: 30 Ways to Get Along Better with Teachers, Principals, Students, and Parents
  7. Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy: The Special Education Survival Guide
  8. You Can Control Your Voice: Loud or Quiet? You Choose the Ending
  9. You Can Stay in Control: Wild or Calm? You Choose the Ending
  10. You’re Angry: Throw a Fit or Talk it Out? You Choose the Ending
About The Parent Resource Center (PRC)

The Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Parent Resource Center (PRC) provides resources, information, and consultations to support the success of all students. Confidential consultations, an extensive lending library, and a year-long calendar of workshops are offered for parents, educators, and community members. For more information please visit the PRC website at https://www.fcps.edu/resources/family-engagement/parent-resource-center.

Assistive Technology Services (ATS)

During the 2019-20 school year, ATS will be offering training sessions focused on the use of high-end Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. Participants will learn basic programming and maintenance of the devices, as well as integration ideas. These sessions are open to both staff and parents of students using the specific devices. To register, contact the ATS Resource Teacher who supports your school. November sessions will include the following topics:

  • November 11, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Proloquo2Go App – Virginia Hills Center
  • November 12, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Lanier Middle School
  • November 18, 2019, 9 a.m.-noon, Words for Life App – Leis Center
  • November 19, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., PRC Devices – Lanier Middle School
  • November 20, 2019, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., PRC Devices – Lanier Middle School
Virginia Alternate Assessment Program (VAAP) Binder Review

VAAP Collection of Evidence (COE) will be available for review by parents or guardians during two windows:

Appointments must be made through the school’s Assessment Coach (AC) or School Test Coordinator (STC).

Especially for Staff Members ESY and Assessment

The Office of Extended School Year (ESY) and Assessment is offering Virginia Alternate Assessment Program (VAAP): Next Steps for Instruction on November 4, 2019. This training is for both new and veteran teachers of students participating in the VAAP. Both morning and afternoon sessions will be offered. Sign up on My PDE – Course #SS-44020 or contact Leslie Mahan at llmahan@fcps.edu or 571-423-4121

Office of Special Education Instruction (OSEI) Trainings for Staff Members

During the month of November, OSEI is offering the following trainings for staff members. Registration is available in My PDE. For more information about OSEI trainings, visit: http://fcpsnet.fcps.edu/ssse/trainings/osei/

  • AEPS and PreK POS for Newly Hired Early Childhood Special Education Teachers – Course #SS-22093
  • Brigance: Administration and Application – Course #SS-33326
  • Building Literacy Skills for Learners at the Pre-Symbolic Stage at the Secondary School Level – Course #SS-33293
  • Classroom Wide Practices that Support Effective Instruction – Course #SS-29101
  • Collaborative Team Lead Trainings – Course #SS-22089
  • Connecting Math Concepts – Course #SS-33247
  • Corrective Reading Decoding & Comprehension – Course #SS-27050
  • Fundations Level K – Course #SS-27003
  • Fundations Level 1 – Course #SS-27003
  • Fundations Level 2 – Course #SS-27003
  • Instructional Matching for Students Accessing an Adapted Curriculum – Course #SS-33337
  • Just Words – Course #SS27032
  • LETRS: Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling COHORT 1 – Course #SS-29087
  • LETRS: Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling COHORT 2 – Course #SS-29087
  • LETRS: Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling COHORT 3 – Course #SS-29087
  • LETRS: Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling COHORT 4 – Course #SS-29087
  • Reading Mastery – Course #SS33249
  • Read Well K-3 – Course #SS-27077
  • Transmath – Course #SS-27087
  • Virginia Alternate Assessment Program (VAAP): Next Steps for Instruction – Course #SS-44020
  • VMATH – Course #SS-25056

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Department of Special Services

Teresa L. Johnson, Assistant Superintendent

Michael Bloom, Acting Director, Office of Special Education Instruction 

Office of Special Education Instruction

11 hours 41 minutes ago
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