February 1958
Exceptional Children;Feb1958, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p266
Academic Journal
The article highlights the 36th annual International Council for Exceptional Children convention in Kansas City, Missouri on April 8-12, 1958. The featured talk at the opening session was about the quality of education for exceptional children in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Through the participation of the National Education Association, the subject of the gifted persons was spotlighted at the event. In addition, another interesting event being scheduled was the three-hour program, Film Theatre.


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