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Jan 01, 1985
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Nicholas Zill

This chapter reviews the basic issues involved in educating handicapped children, including the problems of identification and access. With available national statistics, the chapter presents trends since the mid-1970’s in special education participation, staffing, and Federal funding. Through information from other recent surveys, the chapter also profiles the academic performance of handicapped students.

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Nicholas Zill