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ERIC Number: ED012984
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 54
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Reference Count: 0
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SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR NEBRASKA'S HANDICAPPED CHILDREN, 1965-1966. 17TH ANNUAL REPORT.
FALLS, CHARLES W.; AND OTHERS
SPECIAL EDUCATION AIMS TO MEET THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF EACH CHILD THROUGH ATTENTION TO CAPABILITIES, PARENTAL TRAINING, AND PARTICIPATION AND COORDINATION OF VARIOUS AGENCIES AND SPECIALISTS. DURING THE 1965-1966 SCHOOL YEAR IN NEBRASKA, 8,490 HANDICAPPED CHILDREN RECEIVED SPECIAL SERVICES, AND AN ADDITIONAL 2,433 CHILDREN RECEIVED SPEECH AND HEARING DIAGNOSES AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING SERVICES. THESE SERVICES COST $129.12 PER PUPIL. TABLES AND GRAPHS INDICATE THE GROWTH OF SPECIAL EDUCATION BY PROVIDING INFORMATION ABOUT PUPILS, SERVICES, SCHOOLS, TEACHERS, EXPENDITURES, AND REIMBURSEMENTS FOR THE PAST TEN YEARS. THESE STATISTICS ARE PRESENTED FOR THE TRAINABLE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED, SPEECH HANDICAPPED, AURALLY HANDICAPPED, HOMEBOUND, PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, ORTHOPEDICALLY HANDICAPPED, AND VISUALLY HANDICAPPED. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Nebraska State Dept. of Education, Lincoln.
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