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Public School Classes For Mentally Deficient Children
With those who have studied the problem carefully, there is no question in regard to the need for the education of our mentally deficient children. Such care, moreover, is no longer considered a charity. We are beginning to see that all children who are educable have a right to instruction in our public schools....
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Title: Public School Classes For Mentally Deficient Children
Creator: Lydia Gardiner Chase (author)
Date: 1904
Format: Article
Publication: Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.31, pp.390-401
Keywords: Children; Cognitive Disability; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; England; Exercise; Germany; Heredity; Idiocy; Institutions; Labor; Laws & Regulation; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA; Physical Disability; Policy; Professional Associations; Providence, RI; Rhode Island; Social Welfare & Communities; Social Work; Work
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations