Former Georgia special-education official dies

06/1/2010 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Bob Shigley, a former Georgia education official who helped expand and improve the state's special-education system, died Thursday at age 85. Shigley, who was also an administrator at Georgia's School for the Deaf in Cave Spring and the School for the Blind in Macon, helped expand the number of special-education teachers during his tenure overseeing teacher training and certification in Georgia. "We were pioneers in the special-education movement in Georgia," his former assistant said.

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