The Educationally Retarded and Disadvantaged in the Developing Countries
by Ella Griffin — 1967
Today, most children in the econ01nically advanced and technologically developed countries take education at all levels for granted. Education is compulsory, and there are adequate resources to provide enough schools, teachers, and teaching materials for all the children of all people. Yet, even in the United States of America, there is still much to be done in backward areas of the country where education has long been substandard.
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