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Opinion

As a student, Mary was also a teacher

Mary Rollason-MacAulay, left, with Grant Park High School Principal Susan Anderson, has taught others to interact with the person first instead of focusing on the disability.

KEVIN ROLLASON / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Mary Rollason-MacAulay, left, with Grant Park High School Principal Susan Anderson, has taught others to interact with the person first instead of focusing on the disability.

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