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Topic - Andrea Kalvesmaki
"flagging problems they see. That is their only means for helping," she said.
"If you have a hungry kid in the classroom, they can actually test for having a disability," said Andrea Kalvesmaki, a medical anthropologist specializing in mental health disability at the Education Policy Institute, a nonprofit educational research and public policy group.