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School programs honored by state
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Warren County’s Special Education Department received two statewide awards for its late afternoon and co-teaching programs during a State Special Education Conference at Opryland Hotel recently.The awards were presented by the Special Populations Division of the Tennessee Department of Education after division representatives visited and reviewed innovative programs that were nominated across the state.Dianna Tudor, management consultant with the State Department of Education, nominated Warren County’s Special Education Department. Linda Wilson, director of Special Education in Warren County, coordinated the visit and selected specific programs from across her department for the committee to evaluate for possible award selection. Among the programs that were reviewed by the division were Warren County High School’s LA Program (Late Afternoon School) and its Co-Teaching Program.