Leilani

By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

Special Ed Teacher’s Wedding Was Made Extra Special By Her Awesome Students.

Those who work in education face daily challenges that many of us will never know, even as parents. In America in particular, teachers are underpaid and under respected. Another big issue is shortages.

There aren't enough qualified people interested in becoming teachers. For example, 49 states have a shortage of special education teachers, according to a report published by the U.S. Department of Education in March 2011. Some of the unique challenges teachers may face during their career include unmanageable caseloads, professional isolation, a lack of funding, and limited supplies.

Despite these problems, the people who commit their lives to building future generations do so because it is rewarding to them. They find purpose in it. Kinsey French is one of those people.

French works as a special education teacher at Christian Academy Rock Creek in Kentucky. The young teacher was recently married, and she invited her class, a small group of six students, to be part of the ceremony.

See photos of the heartwarming celebration below.

A Special Wedding

Kinsey French of Louisville, Kentucky invited her class of six to be ring bearers and flower girls at her wedding. Don't they look adorable?

A Special Wedding

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The Class Acts Like a Family

French told news station WLKY that this was her first class, and they were like family to her. 'I knew I couldn't have a special day without them,' she revealed.

The Class Acts Like a Family

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'It was so exciting,' French continued. 'It was really special for Josh and myself just to have them a part of the day, and have them come with us and celebrate with us'

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The Providence Program: Students With Down Syndrome

WLKY reported that the students are part of a Providence Program, which is designed for children with Down Syndrome. They are in a regular classroom for 9 percent of the school day. They also receive speech and occupational therapy.

The Providence Program: Students With Down Syndrome

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As you can imagine, there wasn't a dry eye in the room.

As you can imagine, there wasn't a dry eye in the room.

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