The Group Intelligence Testing Program of the Detroit Public Schools
by Warren K. Layton — 1922
There has been maintained in Detroit, for about ten years, a system of special classes for backward children and from time to time other units have been added, so that at present there is a department of special education equipped to care for pupils who, for any reason, do not progress properly in the regular grades. The Psychological Clinic, one of the earliest of these units to develop, is the agency through which transfers to the various special classes are effected. This clinic has had a rapid, but very solid, growth and enjoys the confidence and the support of the teachers and principals to a degree unusual in American cities. There are on the staff of the Clinic eleven trained psychological examiners and :four social workers, all of whom give their full time to the work of the Clinic, and the Clinic has also its own physician.
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