News on the Right to Education

December 1973
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1973, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p655
Academic Journal
The article presents information about the recent happenings in litigation concerning the "Right to Education" for all children. the crowd. But a new information package has been developed to help clear up the fog. Called "Those Other Kids," the package consists of a half hour 16 mm color film and four booklets. The film is the awareness component of the package and explores ideas relevant to the right to an education problem. The printed matter comprises two sets of booklets: Suggested Policy Statement and lmplementing the Law. Development of the package by Council for Exceptional Children staff was made possible through a grant from the Utah State Office of Education given to the Leadership Training Institute in Minnesota. Another new resource on education for all is the cassette made of the presentation by attorney Thomas K. Gilhool at the CEC Career Education Conference. Gilhool, who has been deeply involved in right to education litigation, presents an overview of the cases relevant to education and rights of the handicapped.


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