Katie Hanley of NEAT Center at Oak Hill got famous on Connecticut Public Radio talking about a new curriculum to help students with disabilities stay safe from abuse. Check it out.
It is the purpose of the pamphlet to place in the hands of the pupils of the seventh and eighth grades and also the Freshman dasses of high schools throughout the state, a concise and authoritative statement of the reason for the entrance of the United States into the present European war.
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