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Special Education teachers join in on a musical number to have some fun during a training session.

Doyle Sandifer was looking for any job he could find after graduating with a degree in psychology when he accidentally stumbled upon his passion for teaching special education.

“It was just happenstance,” said Sandifer, a teacher at Cypress Springs Elementary. “My job options were anything I could get. I took my first job at Cypress Springs, and I immediately fell in love.”

Ivory Bass, a special education teacher at Ruston Junior High School, said she had a similar path.

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