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ERIC Number: ED366155
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 56
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The View Finder: Expanding Boundaries and Perspectives in Special Education. Volume Two.
Michael, Robert J., Ed.; Upton, Graham, Ed.
View Finder, v2 1993
This monograph presents 14 brief papers on special education in other countries or comparisons between countries. Papers have the following titles and authors: "Legal Foundations of Special Education: A Comparison of the United States Public Law 94-142 and the China Compulsory Education Law" (Hong Bo Wang et al.); "International Networks in Staff Development" (Tony Best); "Poverty and Handicap in the Republic of Yemen" (Azza Qirbi); "Hong Kong in 1997: Through Train or All Change?" (Nick Crawford); "Special Education Down Under" (David R. Mitchell); "Development of Special Education in the Republic of Korea" (Seung-Kook Kim); "Attitudes of High School and College Students toward Persons with Disabilities in the Republic of Korea" (Yong G. Hwang and Carmen Iannaccone); "Interviews with Mothers of Severely Handicapped Children: School Leavers in Japan" (Louise Fulton and Virginia Dixon); "Video Training Packages for Parent Education" (Roy McConkey); "Development of Special Education in Ghana" (Selete Kofi Avoke and Mawutor Kudzo Avoke); "Special Education in Japan" (Shigeru Narita); "Special Needs Education in Zambia" (Darlington Kalabula); "Inclusion and Integration in Europe: A Human Rights Issue" (Christine O'Hanlon); and "Towards the Comparative Study of Special Education" (Lesley Barcham and Graham Upton). Papers contain references. (DB)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Council for Exceptional Children, Reston, VA. Div. of International Special Education and Services.
Identifiers - Location: Australia; China; Ghana; Hong Kong; Japan; South Korea; Yemen; Zambia