Kate Movius

mother of an autistic son

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Mother of an autistic son; she runs police training programs for various departments including in Glendale

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The Supreme Court will hear a case this week that concerns what the appropriate level of instruction for special education students in public schools should be.

Are Special Ed Kids Getting the Education They Deserve?

The Supreme Court will hear a case this week that concerns what the appropriate level of instruction for special education students in public schools should be.

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Picture a teenager wandering the street, behaving erratically. Police try to stop and talk with him, he reacts angrily and maybe runs.

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Picture a teenager wandering the street, behaving erratically. Police try to stop and talk with him, he reacts angrily and maybe runs.

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