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Thanks to author @duncantonatiuh for his #YouthLiteratureFestival talk today at Leal Elementary School in Urbana! https://t.co/4t237hjT8F
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More than a decade ago, Phillip Goldstick and Beverly Kramer Goldstick recognized the need for a sustainable training and research program in the area of communication disorders in children and young adults. Acting on their desire to help children and their families in a tangible way, they generously endowed a sustainable training and research program in the area of communication disorders in children and youth in the Department of Special Education at the College.