Rights of Children Discussed

May 1974
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1974, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p322
Academic Journal
This article presents information on two special issues of the "Harvard Educational Review." All the institutions, services, and policies that affect the lives and rights of children are being scrutinized in the two special issues. Articles in the first of the issues on "The Rights of Children" include: children and the law, foster care, schools' classification of students, the diagnosis and treatment of hyperkinetic children, the use of tests that label large numbers of children of minority groups for special education, and other related topics.


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