Implementation Strategies for Integration. An Administrator's Manual. Teaching Research Integration Project for Children and Youth with Severe Handicaps [microform] / Jane Toews and Others
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- Toews, Jane
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- [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1984
- 25 p.
This manual puts forth strategies for integrating students with severe disabilities, which have been successfully implemented by administrators and teachers in public schools. A sequential set of suggestions and practical examples to help administrators plan integration policy is also featured. The first chapter describes a conflict between a parent and a principal over ways in which a severely handicapped student can be integrated into the total school program. Chapter 2 provides ideas and suggestions for designing integration plans for school programs. Chapter 3 presents ways in which educational programs can foster community involvement for students with severe handicaps. (13 references) (PB)
- Sponsoring Agency: Special Education Programs (ED/OSERS), Washington, DC.
- Contract Number: 300-81-0411.
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