Embarking on a New Century: Mental Retardation at the End of the 20th Century

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Robert L. Schalock, Pamela C. Baker, M. Doreen Croser
American Association on Mental Retardation, 2002 - Education - 265 pages
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Changes, challenges, and controversies marked the period between 1975-2000 for the disability field in America. Embarking is a unique reference that captures societal issues that carried the intellectual disability field into a new age of community acceptance and inclusion.

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Contents

Public Policy Challenges in a New Millennium
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Tables Figures
42
Definitional Issues
45
Copyright

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Robert Schalock is Professor Emeritus at Hastings College in Nebraska and Adjunct Professor at University of Kansas, Beach Center on Disabilities, Salamanca, Gent, and Chongguing.

Baker is director of the South Mississippi Regional Center in Long Beach, Mississippi.

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