An Oral History of the Education of Visually Impaired People: Telling Stories for Inclusive Futures

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Sally French
E. Mellen Press, 2006 - Education - 436 pages
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By means of 61 open-ended interviews with visually impaired people (written as stories) and an analysis of documentary evidence, this book explores the history of education for visually impaired children in Britain since the 18th century.

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Contents

TELLING STORIES
1
THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION
15
STORIES FROM THE SEGREGATED
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Copyright

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Sally French is an associate lecturer at the Open University.

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