The Content Mastery program: Facilitating students' transition into inclusive education settings

Jenkins, Amelia A.; Sileo, Thomas W.
November 1994
Intervention in School & Clinic;Nov94, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p84
Academic Journal
Discusses a service delivery program for students with disabilities move into inclusive education programs in the United States. Need for the restructuring of educational systems; Issues in public education; Discussion of the Content Mastery program.


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