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  Not for the first time, the shrieks from my soul escape, and I sob Teacher, 2010 I feel the blow, but I don’t react. It’s not the first time a student has physically attacked me. I’ve been working with autistic preschoolers for a while now. But I’ve been trained to handle behaviorally difficult children,
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  Not for the first time, the shrieks from my soul escape, and I sob Teacher, 2010 I feel the blow, but I don’t react. It’s not the first time a student has physically attacked me. I’ve been working with autistic preschoolers for a while now. But I’ve been trained to handle behaviorally difficult children,
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  Not for the first time, the shrieks from my soul escape, and I sob Teacher, 2010 I feel the blow, but I don’t react. It’s not the first time a student has physically attacked me. I’ve been working with autistic preschoolers for a while now. But I’ve been trained to handle behaviorally difficult children,
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No Food Left Behind
  Not for the first time, the shrieks from my soul escape, and I sob Teacher, 2010 I feel the blow, but I don’t react. It’s not the first time a student has physically attacked me. I’ve been working with autistic preschoolers for a while now. But I’ve been trained to handle behaviorally difficult children,
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