Aug. 05, 2019

Shannon Magsam

Robert Pennington of the University of North Carolina-Charlotte shares ideas for building written language skills.

Special education teachers, behavior experts and other professionals who work with those who have autism and other developmental disabilities, gathered at the University of Arkansas recently for a day-long conference.

The national Council for Exceptional Children’s Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities hosts its annual summer board meetings on college campuses around the country. This is the second year the organization has used these meetings as an opportunity to have DADD members share their knowledge in a conference setting. This year’s focus was about how best to educate students with developmental disabilities.

Tom Smith, former DADD executive director for 20

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