Puzzled about educating special needs students?

annotated bibliography : modifying vocational curricula for handicapped students

Publisher: Wisconsin Vocational Studies Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Madison

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Statementproject director:Lloyd W. Tindall, project staff: John J. Gugerty [...et al].
ContributionsTindall, Lloyd W., Gugerty, John J., Wisconsin Vocational Studies Center.
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