December 1973
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1973, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p608
Academic Journal
The article presents information about various meetings related to learning disabilities. The American Association of School Administrators will meet on February 22-26, 1974 in Atlantic City. The 19th annual Eastern Seaboard Skeffington Invitational Symposium will be held in Washington D.C., at the Shoreham Hotel on January 19-26, 1974. The conference, held under the auspices of the non-profit Optometric Extension Program, is an invitational symposium, designed to give optometrists an opportunity to present original papers on optometric visual training practice and methods, and related theories. De Anza College will hold its second annual Symposium on Learning Environments on January 21-23, 1974. The emphasis this year will be on learning centers. Sponsored by the California Junior College Association Committee on Instruction and other interested organizations, the symposium will feature local and nationally known educators.


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