Teaching in special education—bringing a calm that comes with prayer

Self-confidence and self-control are things we would all like to give our children—if we could. But these qualities often come through hard-won lessons. Joanne Cuccurullo has seen firsthand the rewards of these lessons. For eleven years she worked with children considered emotionally disturbed and learning disabled. At the time of this interview she was a teacher in special education. She found the work rewarding, particularly as she relied on prayer and a growing understanding of man's real nature and purpose.

Joanne, what are some of the demands in a special education class?

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