Competitions and Exceptional Children

Riley, Tracy L.; Karnes, Frances A.
May 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p80
Academic Journal
Discusses the importance of involvement of handicapped students in competitions. Recommended steps in preparing handicapped students for involvement in competition; Benefits of allowing handicapped students get involved in competitions.


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