programs, materials and techniques

Brown, Virginia
November 1975
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1975, Vol. 8 Issue 9
Academic Journal
Presents programs, materials and techniques for educating the learning disabled. Elements set up to promote systematic long-range planning for improving special education service quality for the learning disabled; Basis for the Madison Title III project designed as an intensive pre- or inservice teacher-training program; Language interactions in academics.


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