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Senator Jennifer Beck today received the ‘Legislator of the Year’ award from ASAH. Since 1974, ASAH has served private special education schools and agencies in New Jersey, ensuring the highest standards of service excellence for students and youth with disabilities.With a focus on the needs of students, ASAH works to foster partnerships between its members, local school districts and local communities. These collaborations not only enhance the quality of education programs, they ensure that students with disabilities are served in the least restrictive setting.
“I am honored to be named ‘Legislator of the Year’ by ASAH,” Beck said. “They do such important work ensuring that our students who need extra help get the best education we can provide. ASAH provides referrals to those looking for suitable placement of individuals with special needs while directly advocating for individuals with special needs and their families.”
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