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Document Number: 3706

When Itís Your Own Child: A Report on Special Education from the Families Who Use It PDF - The stigma once attached to children with disabilities is disappearing, according to parents of special education students. Majorities also give their local special education programs and teachers high marks. But parents offer mixed views on whether the right kids are getting the right services, with most saying too many special-needs children lose out because their parents are not aware of what's available. Some 65% say some children with behavior problems get misdirected into special education. (Jean Johnson, Ann Duffett, Steve Farkas and Leslie Wilson, Public Agenda, 2002)...
Author: Jean Johnson, Ann Duffett, Steve Farkas and Leslie Wilson
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Publisher: Public Agenda


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