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ERIC Number: ED345435
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 57
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The View Finder: Expanding Boundaries and Perspectives in Special Education. Volume One.
Michael, Robert J., Ed.; Juul, Kristen D., Ed.
View Finder, v1 1992
The articles included in this monograph represent a broad range of topics reflecting the current world scene with regard to the education of children with special needs. Titles and authors of the articles include: "UNESCO and Special Education" (Lena Saleh), which discusses the history, purposes, and activities of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization in Paris; "Special Education Training in Developing Countries" (Ture Jonsson); "What Is EASE and What Is Its Purpose?" (Olof Magne), which describes the history of the European Association for Special Education; "The Arts in Special Education in Europe: An Overview of Trends and Practices" (Kristen D. Juul); "Special Education and Teacher Training in Norway" (Kjell-Arne Solli); "International Advocacy To Develop International School Special Education Opportunities" (Patricia L. Jonietz); "Development of Special Education in the Islamic Republic of Iran" (G. Ali Afrooz); "Special Education in China" (Aaron Armfield); "Cultural and Socio-Economic Factors That Affect Section 8 of the National Policy on Education in Nigeria" (Festus E. Obiakor and Gregory P. Maltby); "Special Education in Brazil: Service Delivery in Profile" (Forrest A. Novy and others); and "Special Education and 'Pokazukha' in the (former) U.S.S.R." (B. J. Elliott). (JDD)
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Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Council for Exceptional Children, Reston, VA. Div. of International Special Education and Services.
Identifiers: Brazil; China; Europe; European Association for Special Education; Iran; Nigeria; Norway; UNESCO; USSR