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Teachers create lessons and activities that teach students concepts appropriate for their developmental stage and that comply with any curriculum guidelines imposed by the school or school district. They keep anecdotal records of student behavior, which may be used as evidence if a school decides to place a student in a special needs classroom or needs to take disciplinary action. Teachers also keep attendance records. Those who work with special needs students are required to keep detailed records of their daily interactions with students, and the steps that were taken to meet the needs of each student, as specified by their individual education plans.

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