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Middle Level Mathematics Network <[log in to unmask]>
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A teacher at MUMS has approached me about an appropriate program for
students that are in middle school but are on a 2nd and 3rd grade level,
they are developmentally disabled and are in a special class and on a
separate schedule.  She would like to know if there is a program that
would work best for her students and if there was any workshops in the
state that could help her learn how to help these students in mathematics.

Does anyone have any information?
 Barb

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