Education, training, and employment of the blind: A study of residential and day schools, industries, vocational rehabilitation offices, and other agencies serving the blind and partially sighted, covering current educational and training programs and both the competitive and sheltered employment of blind workers
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HISTORY AND OBJECTIVES
EDUCATION OF THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FOR
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12th grades academic addition adequate Allegheny County and/or approximately areas assistance average Blind Children blind students blind workers classifications clerical competitive employment complete composite group cooperative core programs counseling curriculum Degree of Blindness develop dictaphone education and training evaluation facilities girls habilitation homemakers industrial arts courses Intelligence Quotient labor Metropolitan Statistical Area multiply handicapped obtained occupations offered operation ophthalmologists percent indicated piano tuning Pittsburgh Public Schools Pittsburgh SMSA post-high school education public day schools questionnaire ratio recommendations reported residential and day residential schools responses school districts School for Blind Section semi-professional semi-skilled serving the visually sheltered employment sheltered workshops sighted students skilled specific statistics tabulated technical tion Total Placements Type of Employment visual acuity visually handi visually handicapped students voca vocational education vocational rehabilitation agencies vocational rehabilitation offices vocational training Western Pennsylvania School WPSBC alumni WPSBC group