State Initiative in Learning Disabilities: Illinois' Project SCREEN

Sent, Gerald M.; Luick, Anthony H.
December 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1975, Vol. 8 Issue 10
Academic Journal
Describes the product of a statewide learning disability program called Project SCREEN. Presentation of a synopsis of three types of monographs produced under Project SCREEN; Strategies of intervention for the learning disabled; Narrative descriptions and test abstracts for reading, math and learning disability screening instruments; Available parent instruments and related research in the area of disability identification.


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