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Top Educational Therapist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an educational therapist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of educational therapist resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.9% of educational therapist resumes contained treatment plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills an educational therapist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Educational Therapist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Treatment Plans

high Demand
Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Conducted evaluations of school aged children and provided treatment plans to promote positive behavioral and academic outcomes.
  • Coordinate and implement educational treatment plans for secondary drug/alcohol adolescents.
  • Filled out appropriate documentation, including chart notes, treatment plans/goals, treatment progress, and school or agency consultation letters.
  • Write Individual Education Plans, Treatment Plans, Behavior Plans, and Recommendations for the Juvenile Court Schools.
  • Created and implemented treatment plans for students ages 5-22 in various educational levels.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans and treatment plans and modified when needed.
  • Conducted clinical interviews, assessments and created treatment plans.
  • Provided Treatment Plans and worked as Discharge Planner.
  • Complete treatment plans and annual reviews.
  • Develop academically-based cognitive-behavioral treatment plans to support students therapeutic targets.

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2. Special Education

high Demand
Here's how Special Education is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Teach Special Education students how to read through an innovative system integrating computers.
  • Serviced special education students twice a week at Bell Shoals Baptist Academy.
  • Organized and supervised activities focused on helping special education students develop their motor and social skills.
  • Program transitions special education high school students into post secondary education and employment.
  • Delivered direct services to students and working one-on-one with special education student.
  • Assisted teaching staff with curriculum implementation in Special Education setting

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3. Group Therapy

high Demand
Here's how Group Therapy is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Facilitated group therapy, Residential and Intensive Outpatient Programs.
  • Work with struggling learners in one-on-one or group therapy setting.
  • Provided individual, family and group therapy services to severely emotionally disabled/mentally ill individuals through full service partnership (FSP).
  • Provide individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy to children and adolescents on Acute Stabilization Unit of psychiatric facility.
  • Perform individual, family and group therapy utilizing approved treatment approaches sanctioned by the organization and Behavioral Health Department.
  • Functioned as a case manager, co-led group therapy and provided psychiatrist supervised individual therapy to adolescent patients.

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4. Substance Abuse

high Demand
Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Co-developed a chemical dependency therapy group for students with substance abuse issues.
  • Self-contained classroom of substance abuse adolescents.
  • Provided group and individual counseling to women in recovery from substance abuse and their children.
  • Specialize in treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders and substance abuse.
  • Conducted psychosocial ,individual and group counseling for substance abuse Using REBT, Cognitive and faith base therapeutic techniques and theories.
  • Perform initial basic assessment procedures including standardized psychological testing, clinical interviewing, mental status examination, substance abuse evaluation.

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5. Crisis Intervention

high Demand
Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provided additional behavioral assistance to students by implementing strategies based on crisis intervention including therapeutic holds.
  • Provided crisis intervention and case management services to students on caseload.
  • Provided weekly rehabilitation/prevention interventions for injured athletes.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions*Instructed group lectures*Responsible for treatment planning and documentation*Crisis Intervention
  • Utilize collaborative treatment efforts through consulting with interdisciplinary team for treatment planning, implementing patient care, and crisis intervention.
  • Conduct crisis interventions, clinical assessments, develop and implement personalized treatment plans, provide individual therapy and group psychotherapy.

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6. Lesson Plans

high Demand
Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Collaborate with colleagues to create lesson plans, educational activities and curriculum for scheduled classes.
  • Prepared a daily lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans to supplement students academic curriculum grades 3-12.
  • Combined behavior plan with effective measures and various lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Prepared lesson plans and maintained communications with parents.
  • Created art based lesson plans in order to engage students' attention while focusing on communication in their target language.

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7. Educational Needs

high Demand
Here's how Educational Needs is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Meet with parents to discuss their children's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their individualized educational needs.

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8. Trauma

high Demand
Here's how Trauma is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Invited expert participant in Federal Roundtables for Women and Trauma
  • Co-developed an 18-month pilot project utilizing Post Traumatic Growth and trauma resolution therapies as models to inform a retreat center centered program
  • Provide training for federal and public organizations regarding the psychological aspects of veterans having experienced combat or military sexual trauma.
  • Employed at a nonprofit organization, providing therapeutic services to children and their non-offending families experiencing trauma because of abuse.
  • Provided individual therapy to patients who experienced trauma, bereavement issues, and other issues requiring individualized therapy.
  • Facilitated weekly Dialectical Behavioral Therapy groups at a women's residential treatment facility treating substance abuse, eating disorders and trauma.

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9. Behavioral Issues

high Demand
Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Created and implemented functional behavioral assessments and positive behavioral support plans for children and adults with developmental disabilities and behavioral concerns.
  • Provided intensive individual / group therapy to adolescent boys with sexual behavioral issues in a locked and secure residential treatment facility.
  • Served on interdisciplinary team of professionals providing services to children identified as having severe emotional and behavioral issues and concerns.
  • Facilitate Psycho-educational parenting classes to parents whose children display behavioral issues utilizing evidence based practice (Positive Parenting Program).
  • Lead process and skills based therapy groups for inpatient and outpatient adolescents presenting with acute psychological and behavioral issues.
  • Provide effective interventions and intensive Individual and Family therapy to Victims of Trauma and adolescent behavioral issues.

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10. Individual Needs

high Demand
Here's how Individual Needs is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Worked closely with at-risk youth, adapting the job to fit the individual needs of each child.
  • Worked collaboratively with teachers to address each child's individual needs.

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11. Mathematics

average Demand
Here's how Mathematics is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Coordinate programming for museum visitors in science and mathematics and playing costumed characters to help children learn
  • Spearhead 2008 Excelsior Scholars Programs for Grade Seven Mathematics and Science Students.
  • Provided small group instruction for reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • Monitor various Mathematics and Science Partnership Title IIB grant projects.
  • Prepared, Implemented, and evaluated lessons in all subject areasincluding Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science.

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12. Professional Development

average Demand
Here's how Professional Development is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Participate in planning and conducting professional development activities.
  • Provide assistance for public programs, leadership activities, and professional development seminars as needed for Intrepid's educational programming.
  • Deliver industry trends updates to the team from information acquired during professional development workshops.
  • Support marketing, outreach and professional development programs aimed at Digital Learning, Citizenship & Literacy.
  • Advised principals and provided professional development for elementary schools on teaching and learning for school improvement.
  • Coordinate consultant assignments, and provide professional development related to education policy and accountability requirements.

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13. Intellectual Disabilities

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Here's how Intellectual Disabilities is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provided academic and behavioral instruction for private clients with severe disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder and developmental delays.

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14. Educational Programs

average Demand
Here's how Educational Programs is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provided educational and counseling services to hospital residents and their families; developed individualized educational programs.
  • Collaborated other clinical staff to develop educational programs for the mentally ill and individuals with addictions.
  • Developed behavioral and educational programs for clients.
  • Constructed children's goals for Individualized Educational Programs
  • Integrated a Pilot Educational Program into the Adolescent Psychiatric Unit at Castle Medical Center.
  • Recruited, hired, trained and evaluated primary and supplemental staff for educational programs.

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15. Ieps

average Demand
Here's how Ieps is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Coordinated Individual Education Plan (IEP) for foster youth.
  • Planned and implemented IEP, Behavioral Intervention plans.
  • Provided individual and group counseling to student identified as Severely Emotionally Disturbed consistent with Individual Education Plan (IEP) requirements.
  • Developed and implemented social/ emotional goals and objectives on students IEP's including clinical assessments and observations.
  • Developed functional behavioral assessments and behavioral intervention plans for students IEP meetings as needed.
  • Develop personalized therapeutic Socio-Emotional IEP goals.

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16. Mental Health

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Here's how Mental Health is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provide orientation on the Idaho mental health system and introduction to mental health issues for the Mountain States Refugee Project.
  • Consult with probation officers, teachers, and juvenile hall staff regarding mental health needs of clients.
  • Head Milieu Therapist, Supervised Counselors and Mental Health Techs, Crisis Management Team.
  • Provide full mental health services in the academic setting with high-risk students.
  • Supervised and oversaw peer staff to ensure professional mental health services to traumatized individuals suffering from sexual exploitation and combat stress.
  • Develop curricula and administered various therapeutic group interventions responding to mental health needs and supportive services for families and clients served.

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17. Classroom Management

average Demand
Here's how Classroom Management is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Execute daily operations of classroom management facilitate independent student work and mediate and assist conflict resolution.
  • Assist with individual Behavior Improvement Plans and/or classroom management system.
  • Provided assistance in classroom management.
  • Assisted with classroom management including circle time, fine motor skills, and educational table work.
  • Assist lead teacher in daily classroom instruction and curriculum development.
  • Learned and successfully carried out daily classroom routines.

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18. Community Resources

average Demand
Here's how Community Resources is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Collaborate with teaching staff, parents, and various community resources to optimize services provided to the consumer.
  • Key Accomplishments: * Interacted with school officials, magistrates and community resources.
  • Provided help to protect children and prevent out-of-home placement by alleviating crisis situations, strengthening family competencies and utilizing community resources.
  • Provide community resources to address barriers of children and families to assist with family stabilization and reunification.
  • Referred clients to other community resources in areas related to housing, educational/vocational preparation, and other mental health issues.
  • Conduct individual and family therapy with youth and families including assessment, diagnosis and consultation with professionals and community resources.

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19. Behavior Analysis

average Demand
Here's how Behavior Analysis is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Applied behavior analysis therapist, Developmental intervention provider LPN per diem
  • Developed, evaluated, and implemented programming and behavior intervention plans, following Applied Behavior Analysis techniques.
  • Conduct functional behavior assessments, ABBLS, including functional analyses, and develop individualized behavior intervention plans.
  • Provide in-home behavior treatment program employing applied behavior analysis techniques working with children diagnosed with autism.
  • Provide Applied Behavior Analysis therapy in order to effectively treat clients with Autism who have difficulties with socially significant behaviors.
  • Establish individualized home-based behavior intervention programs using evidence-based strategies of Applied Behavior Analysis.

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20. ABA

average Demand
Here's how ABA is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Achieved ABA therapist status, my responsibilities included one-to-one instructional and behavioral support to children either at the facility or home-based.
  • Implemented curriculum developed by Supervisors and Area/Regional Directors based on the principles of ABA.
  • Provided intensive in-home ABA therapy/case management to autistic children.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers assigned to ABA students.
  • Provide military families with ABA Therapy for individuals with developmental disabilities or Autism.
  • Implement skill acquisition procedures in Discrete Trials utilizing ABA and Verbal Behavior methodologies.

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21. Academic Support

low Demand
Here's how Academic Support is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Tutor for Office of Academic Support

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22. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Golf andBasketball)* Treatment planning (Triage) and data collection
  • Measure the progress of each client utilizing a combination of quantitative and qualitative data collection procedures.
  • Complete detailed documentation and data collection in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Aided in development of behavior intervention plans and data collection.
  • Developed specialized data collection techniques to measure behavior and outcomes.
  • Maintained data collection procedures and program changes appropriate to the learner's current level.

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23. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Scaffold student learning to maximize achievement.
  • Identify and assess student learning needs/styles and create/implement individualized intervention plans to unlock learning potential.

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24. K-12

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Here's how K-12 is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provide academic assistance in K-12 studies.
  • Planned lodging and catering for teaching artists and K-12 teachers for Teaching Artist Institute (TAI).
  • Provided in-depth customer service and program support for the array of program offerings in the K-12 unit.
  • Provide administrative support to Chief and Educational Managers in the K-12 Services and Higher Education Units.
  • Prepare various weekly Pivotal reports for Higher Education and K-12 Services to monitor unit productivity.
  • Hired and trained academically successful teens to be effective peer tutors for students, k-12.

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25. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provided instruction in middle school Science, Social Studies, and Spanish.
  • Tutored reading, math, social studies and science in the after school tutorial ( K-5).

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26. Conflict Resolution

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Here's how Conflict Resolution is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Implement conflict resolution and mediation among students.
  • Used conflict resolution techniques to address complex family dynamics.
  • Execute problem solving, conflict resolution, treatment planning.
  • Trained in conflict resolution, decision making, and problem solving techniques.
  • Assist consumer in Conflict Resolution and Redirection Theories.

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27. Private Practice

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Here's how Private Practice is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Provide therapeutic counseling and art therapy services as in independent practitioner to adolescents and adults in private practice setting.
  • Provide outpatient individual, couples, and family therapy in private practice setting utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy techniques and Motivational Interviewing techniques.
  • Performed clinical individual and family interventions and therapeutic services with children and adolescents and their families in a private practice setting.
  • Developed an effective business-coaching model to empower individual helping professionals to successfully launch their private practice's.
  • Provided individual, marital, family and group psychotherapy in private practice as an independent consultant.
  • Provided outpatient self-pay and insurance-pay psychotherapy to children and adults in a private practice approximately 4-8 hours per week.

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28. Communication

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Here's how Communication is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Implemented program for communication handicapped/neurologically impaired Students.
  • Provided overall coordination, integration and communication of day to day operations of all therapeutic services within the Partial Hospitalization Program.
  • Facilitated open client communication and built strong rapport with clients while maintaining a solid awareness of diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds/needs.
  • Coordinated interdisciplinary committees assigned to me who inspired the great opportunities to strengthen organizational, communication, and cross-cultural skills.
  • Assist students in learning processes; reinforce positive behavior, provide individual instruction, encourage socialization and positive communication.
  • Provided case management services including ongoing communication with family members, probation officers, legal representatives, and other clinical providers.

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29. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Participate in the selection of instructional materials, supplies, equipment, and textbooks.
  • Use adaptive instructional materials to educate special needs children.
  • Planned curriculum and prepared instructional materials for special aid students.
  • Adapt adult learning methodologies and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs, abilities, and interests.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.

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30. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Conducted educational assessments of students with ADHD, LD, BD, and SED.
  • Teach self-care skills to children with ADHD, PTSD, anxiety and depression.
  • Developed educational presentations on ADHD, chemical dependency, bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety.
  • Administer cognitive/achievement assessments; conduct full psychological assessments- ADHD, learning disabilities, & advanced placement.
  • Performed psychological evaluations, including intelligence and personality testing, and ADHD assessments.
  • Conducted general assessments from community referrals, including ADHD assessments.

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31. CPR

low Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Maintained MANDT, CPR, Medication Aid Certified and First Aid certifications to promote safety in the educational environment.
  • Teach parents CPR, instruct parents on tracheostomy care and changes, ventilator management and delivery of respiratory medications.
  • Provide customized massages for clientele Help hire/train new therapists/orientation Setting up CEU classes and CPR classes Work events outside clinic

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32. Regular Basis

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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Assist in the development and implementation of performance appraisal of all instructors on a regular basis.
  • Support and maintain accurate child records, observations and assessments on a regular basis.
  • Communicated with parents and teachers on a regular basis regarding recommendations for remediation and the status of progress.

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33. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Documented individual clients progress towards treatment goals and participated in case analysis and treatment plan meetings with fellow staff members
  • Performed all non-crisis program intake assessments and supervised non-licensed staff members.
  • Assisted other professional staff members in planning, coordinating and implementing treatment and development programs.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team of staff members.
  • Provided training opportunities for other staff members to enhance Motivational Interviewing skills.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team of staff members.

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34. Domestic Violence

low Demand
Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Educational Therapist jobs:
  • Manage and facilitate domestic violence treatment groups for men and women.
  • Play Therapy *Behavioral Modification *Cognitive Restructuring *Domestic Violence
  • Implement family counseling, individual counseling and group counseling for domestic violence education, family reunification and relapse prevention.
  • Provided Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to children and adolescents who were sexually and physically abused or exposed to domestic violence.
  • Developed and implemented prevention based psycho-educational groups on various topics such as self- esteem, domestic violence/trauma, and stress reduction.
  • Develop and implement Domestic Violence education curriculum to provide to victims of domestic violence and the community through community outreach groups.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Educational Therapist

Treatment Plans9.9%
Special Education9.7%
Group Therapy8.6%
Substance Abuse8%
Crisis Intervention7.5%
Lesson Plans6.9%
Educational Needs5.3%
Trauma4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Educational Therapist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
9.9%
9.9%
2
2
Special Education
Special Education
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
Group Therapy
Group Therapy
8.6%
8.6%
4
4
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
8%
8%
5
5
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
7.5%
7.5%
6
6
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
6.9%
6.9%
7
7
Educational Needs
Educational Needs
5.3%
5.3%
8
8
Trauma
Trauma
4.6%
4.6%
9
9
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
3.6%
3.6%
10
10
Individual Needs
Individual Needs
3.5%
3.5%
11
11
Mathematics
Mathematics
3.3%
3.3%
12
12
Professional Development
Professional Development
3.2%
3.2%
13
13
Intellectual Disabilities
Intellectual Disabilities
2.8%
2.8%
14
14
Educational Programs
Educational Programs
2.6%
2.6%
15
15
Ieps
Ieps
2.5%
2.5%
16
16
Mental Health
Mental Health
2.2%
2.2%
17
17
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Community Resources
Community Resources
1.9%
1.9%
19
19
Behavior Analysis
Behavior Analysis
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
ABA
ABA
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Academic Support
Academic Support
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Data Collection
Data Collection
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Student Learning
Student Learning
1%
1%
24
24
K-12
K-12
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Private Practice
Private Practice
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Communication
Communication
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Adhd
Adhd
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
CPR
CPR
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
0.4%
0.4%

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