May, Deborah C.
March 1980
Journal of Special Education;Spring80, Vol. 14 Issue 1
Academic Journal
Details findings of a survey of sex education coursework in special education programs. Percentage of handicapped children who received sex education in schools; Number and percentage of special education programs reporting coursework in sex education; Types of coursework in sex education.


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