Reform School

Cottle, Michelle
June 2001
New Republic;06/18/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 25, p14
Comments on the special education system in the United States. View that special education needs an overhaul; Problems in special education, including racial and economic discrimination; The argument for early intervention and prevention; Reasons why the decision by U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords to leave the Republican party means that special education reforms are unlikely.


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