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Welcome

This library site is designed for SED 540 and SED 335, however, everyone is welcome to explore it to learn more about exceptionalities in the educational setting. This webpage is also a site to come to after taking SED 335 or SED 540, to reconnect to the materials learned in the courses. If you have additions to the pages or questions, please feel free to contact Julie Alexandrin, who is overseeing the website for the Special Education Program.


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Your instructors:

Julie Alexandrin (julie.alexandrin@maine.edu)
Pat Red (pat.red@maine.edu)
Ron Robert (ron.robert@msad60.org)
Jean C. Whitney (jean.whitney@maine.edu)

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