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ERIC Number: ED017101
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NO CHILD IS INEDUCABLE, SPECIAL EDUCATION--PROVISION AND TRENDS.
SEGAL, S.S.
THE BOOK OUTLINES THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION IN ENGLAND, PROVIDES A GUIDE TO A VARIETY OF RESOURCES, AND CONCLUDES WITH THE AUTHOR'S INFERENCES ABOUT TRENDS. PART ONE, TITLED THEORY AND PROVISION, DESCRIBES EDUCATIONAL LEGISLATION AND THE RANGE OF PROVISIONS FOR ALL TYPES OF HANDICAPPED CHILDREN, PROVIDES A BRIEF HISTORY OF SPECIAL EDUCATION, AND CITES THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN IN NEED OF SPECIAL EDUCATION. THE FOLLOWING MORE SPECIFIC TOPICS RECEIVE ATTENTION IN SEPARATE CHAPTERS--THE 1944 EDUCATION ACT, JUVENILE DELINQUENCY, PROVISION FOR THE MENTALLY SUBNORMAL IN 1964, IQ, PHYSICAL CONDITIONS, LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT AND INTELLIGENCE, SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS, INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH, TEACHER TRAINING, AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION. PART TWO SERVES AS A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO PROFESSIONAL AND VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONS, FACILITIES, PUBLICATIONS, AND FILMS ON THESE TOPICS--(1) MENTAL HANDICAPS AND DISORDERS, (2) THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, (3) SENSORY DEFECTS, (4) THE SOCIALLY HANDICAPPED, AND (5) OTHER RELEVANT GROUPS OF SERVICES. PART THREE PRESENTS CURRENT TRENDS IN THE EDUCATION OF THE HANDICAPPED. PART FOUR IS A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF 34 OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS AND 175 REFERENCES. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM PERGAMON PRESS, INC., 44-01 21ST STREET, LONG ISLAND CITY, NEW YORK 11101, AND IS AVAILABLE FOR $7.00 IN HARD COVER AND $5.50 IN SOFT COVER. (DF)
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Identifiers: ENGLAND