A Report to the Nation: The National Agenda for the Education of Children and Youth with Visual Impairments, Including Those with Multiple Disabilities
Anne Lesley Corn, Kathleen Mary Huebner
American Foundation for the Blind, 1998 - Social Science - 113 pages
A Report to the Nation documents the dramatic ongoing efforts of a vital coalition to achieve essential improvements in education for students with visual impairments. Detailing the accomplishments of more than 150 local schools, agencies, and vision-related organizations who have endorsed the eight goals of the National Agenda, and committed themselves to achieving these goals on the local and state levels, this book presents data and related essential materials designed to be invaluable tools for advocates working to improve educational services.
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