The House Republicans' Contract with America and how it will affect students with exceptionalities

March 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring95, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p66
Academic Journal
Presents the readers with an overview of the Contract with America signed by the House Republicans before the election and, if enacted, its prospective impact on the students with exceptionalities. INSET: Contract with America..


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