ERIC Number: ED213151
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: N/A
The Dean's Grant Monograph 1979-1980.
Schwartz, Henrietta, Ed.
Twelve papers address the accomplishments of the Dean's Grant project at Roosevelt University (Chicago, Illinois), designed to evaluate and revise curriculum for preservice education students in accordance with compliance to state and federal mandates regarding education of the handicapped. Entries have the following titles and authors: "The Role of Special Education in The 1980's--An Existential Question" (P. Bates); "The Five "A's" Dean's Grant--An Overview" (H. Schwartz); "Historical Perspectives of the Dean's Grant" (M. Showalter); "Faculty Change in Areas of Knowledge and Attitudes Towards the Handicapped" (C. Lynch, G. Olson); "Public Law 94-142--The Mandates and the Schools" (G. Diamond); "Public Law 94-142--Implications for Inservice Education" (W. Hazard); "Some Thoughts Concerning the Current State of Public Law 94-142 and Our Secondary Schools" (C. Orear); "Public Law 94-142--Changing the Philosophy of Education for the Handicapped" (M. Reynolds); "Response to Illinois House Bill 150 and the Proposed Certification Standard on Multicultural Education" (H. Schwartz); "Gleanings on Mainstreaming--A Report of Visits to Seven Deans' Grants Projects" (J. Burleigh); "Documentation and Evaluation of a Dean's Grant" (G. Olson); and "Proposal for a Clinical Experience--Resource Catalog in Special Education" (B. Sherman). (SB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Roosevelt Univ., Chicago, IL. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Education for All Handicapped Children Act