Responding to the Special Needs of Refugee Children: Practical Ideas for Teachers

@article{Szente2006RespondingTT,
  title={Responding to the Special Needs of Refugee Children: Practical Ideas for Teachers},
  author={Judit Szente and James L. Hoot and Dorothy Taylor},
  journal={Early Childhood Education Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={15-20}
}
Increasing numbers of refugee children are entering our public schools. In addition to carrying with them memories of untold trauma, they bring with them many special needs. This article explores these needs and ideas for assisting teachers in making our classrooms more responsive to our refugee children. 
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