2 edition of administration of programs for educable retarded children in small school systems found in the catalog.
administration of programs for educable retarded children in small school systems
Robert Lee Erdman
|Statement||[by] Robert L. Erdman, Kenneth E. Wyatt [and] Harold W. Heller.|
|Contributions||Wyatt, Kenneth Emerson, 1928- joint author., Heller, Harold William, 1935- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LC4661 .E7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 91 p.|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||72134331|
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No longer are special classes for the educable retarded limited to large cities. Many school systems in rural areas and small communities are interested in establishing special education programs which might include classes for the educable mentally retarded.
It was to help meet this need that this book was written, giving special attention to elemen. Administration of programs for educable retarded children in small school systems.
Arlington, Va., Council for Exceptional Children  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Lee Erdman; Kenneth Emerson Wyatt. Administrative concerns of programs for educable mentally retarded children in small school systems are discussed beginning with preliminary steps of program promotion and development of program rationale.
The selection of children is explored in areas of screening methods, individual evaluations, implications of student characteristics, and criteria for placement in special by: 1. The Administration of Programs for Educable Retarded Children in Small School Systems.
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Notify me. A Swinton Pictorial. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Erdman, Robert Lee. Educable retarded children in elementary schools. [Washington, Council for Exceptional Children, NEA, ]. of a series of monographs on administration of special education in small school systems.
In the first of these, Streng () provided guide-lines for services for children with impaired hearing in small school systems; Erdman () produced a parallel monograph dealing with the educable mentally retarded. Both reports were based on national. Robert Lee Erdman has written: 'The administration of programs for educable retarded children in small school systems' -- subject(s): Children with mental disabilities, Education 'Educable.
Current Status, Needs and Recommendations Concerning Components of a Community Program for the Mentally Retarded. Education In46 school districts in Minnesota had special classes for retarded children. In the school. Administrators' perceptions of selected aspects of specific learning disabilities programs in Florida school districts Creator: Taylor, Patricia Silke Publication Date: Language: English Physical Description: xii, leaves: ; 28cm.
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Streng, Alice Children with Impaired Hearing: Administration of Special Education in Small School Systems Washington, D.C. Council for Exceptional Children, a department of the National Education Association 72Cited by: 2. Children’s literacy development forms the foundation for lifelong learning.
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Inthere were fifty-five school districts, fifty-nine school teachers, and 4, educable children in Jackson County. Superintendent Cowan was paid $ per year for his efforts. Inthe State legislature passed a bill, which set the remuneration for the County Superintendent of Education at 5% of the total school funds per annum.Lerner () wrote that learning disabled school-age children are four to six times more likely to be male than female.
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