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Document Number: 2432

Conference on Minority Education in Special Education MS Word - This research report by the Civil Rights Project provides key research findings and policy recommendations regarding special education programs and the need for reassessment by researchers, policymakers, advocates, and educators in terms of the positive and negative implications for minority students. Special education has been too often a place to segregate minorities and students with disabilities. Despite some far-reaching improvements, both racial and disability discrimination persists. (The Civil Rights Project, Harvard University, November 2000)...
Author: Cathy Walker
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Publisher: Civil Rights Project, Harvard University


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