3 edition of descriptive assessment of education programs for the handicapped in the State of Washington found in the catalog.
descriptive assessment of education programs for the handicapped in the State of Washington
Washington (State) Legislature. Joint Committee on Education. Subcommittee on Student Health Services.
1971 in Olympia .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Author(s): Washington (State) Legislature. Joint Committee on Education. Subcommittee on Student Health Services. Title(s): A descriptive assessment of education programs for the handicapped in the State of Washington; a report. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Olympia, Description: 45 p.
Implications for state and federal policy are detailed in the areas of funding, technical assistance, and evaluation. Among observations in a concluding chapter is that local education agencies must take the major responsibility for improving the ability of vocational education programs to serve mildly handicapped students.
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