Ohio educator helps train teachers abroad in special education

07/9/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

Speech pathologist Christine Croyle from Dublin, Ohio, was inspired by a trip to Honduras to work with Schools for the Children of the World to train educators in impoverished countries how to teach students with disabilities. Croyle and other educators have helped the nonprofit organization assess more than 1,000 students and train 200 teachers in special education.

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