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When the educational team needs educating.

Physical therapists (PTs) who work in the school setting often face situations in which educational goals and treatment necessities for a student are at odds. Consider the following scenario.

Failing the Test

Molly has been a PT for 15 years and a pediatric certified specialist for 8. What she most enjoys about working in the school setting is the tremendous progress children can make during the course of the school year.

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