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Emotional and behavioural issues arising from 'negative life experiences' are barriers to educational success (NASEN, 2003).
Those of you working with students in secondary schools who struggle with speech, language and communication difficulties might be interested in seeing a new publication from NASEN in partnership with Routledge.
Of these, 123 (67%) SEP directors participated in a mail/ telephone survey conducted by NASEN and Beth Israel Medical Center (New York, New York) that covered program operations for the calendar year 2008.
It has been organised by nasen, which supports people who work with children with special educational needs.
It is part of a network of extended imagery which makes it even possible to displace and disrupt a number of conventional metonymies: the slighting remarks of bourgeois taste and morality are being attributed to tongues ("Zungen") and "extraneous noses" ("fremde Nasen," 210).
Denn Rauch ist der Hauch in unseren Nasen, und das Wort ein Funke beim Schlag unsrer Herzen.
Swiss International will be joining in the celebrations - of EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg's sixtieth birthday party on Saturday, October 28 by operating two sightseeing flights whose proceeds will be donated to the Theodora and Rote Nasen charities.
proud Russell Shepherd (right) receives his certificate for poetry from Alex Griffiths of NASEN
Chris Darlington, president of the National Association for Special Educational Needs (NASEN), backed the campaign saying vulnerable youngsters need the specialist care Northern Counties provides.
To learn more about needle exchange, contact www.harmreduction.org/usnep/neplist.html or NASEN (North American Syringe Exchange Network) at www.nasen.org.
In October 1999, staff from Beth Israel Medical Center and the NASEN mailed surveys to 131 directors of these programs in the US.