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Kairaranga10.54322/kairaranga.v17i1.205201617136-43Teaching Children with High Functioning Autism – What Teachers Understand About High Functioning Autism and What Support They Would Like to Receive.Debbie Williamshttps://www.kairaranga.ac.nz/index.php/k/article/download/205/173, https://www.kairaranga.ac.nz/index.php/k/article/download/205/173
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