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D.C. allows non-nurses to treat diabetic students after incident

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D.C. officials introduced emergency guidelines to allow any school staff with the proper training to give medicine to students with diabetes or asthma. D.C. Public Schools came under fire in July for allegedly forcing a third-grade girl to stay home, and then labeling her truant, whenever the school nurse was absent or at required conferences. Nathaniel Beers, DCPS' special education chief,...

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