Language and other barriers

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An example of an exceptional child is one who

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    has characteristics that are unusual.

    An exceptional child might be very intelligent, a musical genius, physically handicapped, mentally challenged, developmentally delayed, a precocious artist, a gifted story teller, etc.

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