Vocational Education for Handicapped Pupils
by Charles W. Sylvester - 1943
Vocational Education of less than college grade in America has been very largely for highly selected students. Only during recent years has proper and adequate attention been given to the many types of maladjusted pupils, including both mentally and physically handicapped groups. There are some outstanding examples of suitable educational programs, both academic and practical, for these handicapped and bewildered youth, but such types of education are by no means extensive.
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