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ERIC Number: ED014837
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Apr
Pages: 17
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Reference Count: 0
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COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF SIXTEEN STATE DEPARTMENTS OF EDUCATION SERVICES TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN. SURVEY REPORT, 1965-1966.
Florida State Dept. of Education, Tallahassee.
THIS SURVEY EXAMINED THE RELATIONSHIP OF FLORIDA TO STATES OF SIMILAR SIZE CONCERNING SERVICES AND SIZE OF STAFF FOR THE EDUCATION OF HANDICAPPED CHILDREN DURING 1965-1966 IN THESE SEVEN AREAS--SPEECH HANDICAPPED, SPECIAL LEARNING PROBLEMS (INCLUDING EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED, NEUROLOGICALLY IMPAIRED, BRAIN DAMAGED, SOCIALLY MALADJUSTED, AND DELINQUENT), EDUCABLE MENTALLY RETARDED, TRAINABLE MENTALLY RETARDED, PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, DEAF AND SEVERELY HARD OF HEARING, AND BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED. THE FOUR STATES SURVEYED WHICH WERE LARGER THAN FLORIDA IN TOTAL POPULATION WERE OHIO, ILLINOIS, NEW JERSEY, AND MICHIGAN. THE 11 SMALLER STATES INCLUDED MASSACHUSETTS, INDIANA, NORTH CAROLINA, MISSOURI, VIRGINIA, GEORGIA, WISCONSIN, TENNESSEE, MINNESOTA, ALABAMA, AND LOUISANA. EACH STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REPORTED THE NUMBER OF TEACHERS EMPLOYED WITHIN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL PROGRAMS DURING 1965-1966. TEN TABLES REPORT THE NUMBER OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS (AND STUDENT TEACHER RATIO) IN EACH AREA OF EXCEPTIONALITY, THE TOTAL POPULATION, AND THE SCHOOL POPULATION FOR EACH STATE. SIZES OF STATE STAFFS ARE REPORTED. (JA)
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Authoring Institution: Florida State Dept. of Education, Tallahassee.
Identifiers: FLORIDA; Florida (Tallahassee)