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Old 04-23-2014, 09:02 PM
Location: Long Island, NY
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Hi All!

I am currently a SPED teacher in the center-based autism program for Widefield School District 3. The program is extremely under-developed and lacking a lot of resources. Not sure if this is a common thing in Colorado (I'm from New York), or just the district because it is in a poorer area. Anyway, I got a job interview lined up with District 20 for an SSN teacher at Prairie Hills Elementary. I just wanted some input about their SSN program, what resources they have, and any reviews/info that anyone has to see if this would be a good move for me. Anything helps, thanks
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Old 04-23-2014, 09:32 PM
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Make sure to ask that on your interview!
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