Let us look at slow learning children: suggestions for identification, setting up special education programs, organizing curriculum materials and teaching slow-learning children
Amy A. Allen, Ohio. Division of Special Education, Ohio. State University, Columbus. Bureau of Special and Adult Education
The Division, 1949 - Education - 54 pages
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