From philosophy to practice in inclusive early childhood programs

Udell, Tom; Peters, Joyce; Templeman, Torry Piazza
January 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p44
Academic Journal
Focuses on early childhhood education highlighting the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act in the United States. What the Act has challenged disabled children service providers to do; Information on the framework of the Teaching Research Early Childhood Program (TRECP); Details the National Association for the Education of Young Children guidelines. INSETS: Principles of early childhood special education;Key aspects of early childhood special education.


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