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Alachua County teacher gets recognition for helping special needs children

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Classroom teachers are on the front lines when it comes to educating children. And for one Alachua County teacher, the special efforts and work he’s passionate about is being rewarded with a national award. Dr. Don DeVito talked with WUFT-FM’s Chris Day about the award, and his work helping children at the Sidney Lanier School in Gainesville.

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