'Miss Teach': A Memoir Handwritten with Love
Movement for a Better America, Incorporated, 2004 - Children with disabilities - 102 pages
A pioneer Rochester teacher in the field of education for children with disabilities recalls the personal joys and challenges of her 27-year career during a time when such education was in its infancy.
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