November 16, 1988
Vol. 08, Issue 11
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PAGE 36 - Commentary
The movement to reform schools by "restructuring" them provides a context for examining why, after two years of debate, the U.S. Education Department's ''regular-education initiative" has done little to change the placement and type of schooling provided for the majority of handicapped children.
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