December 1961
Exceptional Children;Dec1961, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p198
Academic Journal
The article reports development related to special education in the U.S. "Aim for Excellence" is the theme adopted for the fifth annual Teacher Career Month which aims in catching the attention of the public to the needs for getting good teachers. Julius Cohen has been appointed as Assistant Professor of Vocational Rehabilitation at Syracuse University, Division of Special Education and Rehabilitation. The American Hearing Society has elected Mary E. Switzer as new president during its forty-second annual conference.


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