CEC's public policy efforts

Wessendorf, Suana
January 1994
Teaching Exceptional Children;Winter94, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
Discusses the efforts of the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) to ensure that the educational needs of exceptional children are being met in the government domain. Formation of the Political Action Network (PAN); Author's experiences as head of the CEC-PAN for the state of Arizona; Attitude of congressional members towards the CEC.


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