Students With Disabilities Spies Morgan And Matsuura Summary

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In the article The faces of hunger: The educational impact of hunger on students with disabilities Spies, Morgan, & Matsuura discuss the impact hunger can have on a child:
“The initial consequences of hunger are subtle: fatigue, irritability, dizziness, frequent headaches, and difficulty concentrating but have a tremendous impact on a child’s ability to learn and perform in the classroom. Children will complain of physical ailments that result from a lack of food or insufficient amounts of nutritious food, often including headaches and stomachaches. Another symptom of hunger in children can been viewed through overall energy levels. A lack of nutrition can make school-age children lethargic. Children living with food insecurity may also have
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