Exceptional Lives: Special Education in Today's Schools
Merrill, 2002 - Children with disabilities - 673 pages
This text introduces concepts, people, and relationships important to special education, and features many real-life vignettes of special education students, families, and teachers. There is a focus on inclusion of disabled students in general education classrooms. After an overview of special educa
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What Are the Results for Students with Disabilities?
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