Career Education: A Curriculum Manual for Students With Handicaps
This comprehensive manual shows you how to start up and run a successful community-based vocational education program for students with mild, moderate, or severe handicaps. Step-by-step, goal-by-goal, it takes you from concept to thank-you letters. Everything is includedadministrative forms, questionnaires, goals, and checklists, even for students who are nonreaders. Guidelines, timetables, and supporting materials are also provided.
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