Comments on position paper on least restrictive environment and appropriate educational setting

Allman, Carol B.; Gellhaus, Marva
June 1992
Re:View;Summer92, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Cites responses to a position paper by the Council of Executives of American Residential Schools for the Visually Handicapped (CEARSVH), on the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act. Least restrictive environment for a visually handicapped student as the best setting for attaining the educational needs identified in the student's individual education plan.


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