Lead poisoning is a world-wide problem that can affect children from all geographic communities and socioeconomic levels. Effects of lead poisoning often have long term negative effects on academic achievement and behavior. Lead poisoning is preventable; however, as educators it is often not on our radar.
Schultz, Susan, "Lead Poisoning in Children. An International Problem with Long Term Effects" (2015). Education Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 36.
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Presented at the Ontario Council for Exceptional Children's 2015 International Conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, on November 13 2015.