Much to learn from disability conference

September 2004
Learning Disability Practice;Sep2004, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p5
Academic Journal
Reports on the July 2004 Disability Studies conference in Great Britain. Universities that sponsored the event; Speakers during the convention; Issues regarding learning disability discussed during the conference.


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