ERIC Number: ED048401
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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Communication and the Disadvantaged Child.
Hardy, William G., Ed.
Contents include the following papers delivered at a conference focusing on communication and the child: Some Biologic and Social Aspects of Communicative Problems; Communication and Academic Achievement in Inner City Children; The Pediatric Generalist Looks at Defective Communication Skills; Reflections from a Special Educator; Approach of the State of Maryland to Meeting Its Responsibilities in Day Care; A Family Day Care Program; Training Session Presented by Three Day Care Mothers of the Family Day Care Program Friends' Association for Children; Day Care Programs: A Mandate for Change; Experiences with a Day Care Program; and Philosophy and Attitudes of the Children's Bureau Regarding Hearing, Language, and Speech. Additionally, short summaries of discussions on An Index for Child Care, Prevention of Communication Disorders, Trying to Prevent a Mediocre Future, Remedial Work, A National Community, Administrative Problems, Timing and Cost of Day Care Centers, defining the language problem, Parent Guidance, and English as a second language are presented. (JM)
Descriptors: Biological Influences, Black Dialects, Child Care, Child Caregivers, Communication Problems, Day Care, Day Care Centers, Disadvantaged Youth, English (Second Language), Inner City, Language Acquisition, Language Handicaps, Social Influences
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