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1. A _______-centered program is most helpful to the children served.
A. family
B. child
C. school
D. parent
2. The vision and goals of an afterschool program should be translated into a
A. preprietorship.
B. parent letter.
C. newsletter.
D. mission statement.
3. Which of the following sets standards for physical environments to be accessible and appropriate for
children with special needs?
A. ADA
B. SACERS
C. WIA
D. SRTS

my answers are
1.B
2. D
3.D

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