Advocate works to develop programs to complement special education

11/16/2009 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

The president of the Special Parents Association in Wayne, N.J., hopes to develop programs that raise awareness and provide socializing opportunities for students in special education, she says in this interview. Beth Marmolejos wants to develop an after-school sports program that pairs students with and without special needs, special training for school bus drivers and awareness events that help increase understanding and empathy for students with disabilities.

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