Welcome! How families, schools, and communities are including children with disabilities all

Burke, E.P.
March 1991
Children Today;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p2
Academic Journal
Editorial. Looks at communities all across America in which children with disabilities are growing up as valued members of families, as active participants in the lives of their neighborhood schools, and as participants in all the social and recreational opportunities that their local communities have to offer. Details of this edition of `Children Today.'


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