A Dilemma at the Secondary Level

May 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1978, Vol. 11 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Provides information on the skill advancement program for students with learning disabilities that focus on specific problems, avoids negative connotations and rescues the students from the dilemma of failure in departmentalized courses. Need for the Skill Advancement Room to be equipped with materials and activities to encourage skill development; Flexibility in programming that must reflect the best course of study in light of the student's handicapping condition.


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