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Arizona Law Sets National Example in Giving Students Greater Monitoring Control
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AFT Decision Needs to Stay After School

In the last few months, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) met and issued guidelines on caring for a child with diabetes at school. After their annual meeting in July, the AFT released a brochure outlining their position on diabetes care.

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Taking Diabetes to School

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