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Leadership Of Private Agencies In Special Education
One of the potentially most useful functions of the voluntary association is to bring into active interchange with those working in the field of special education persons with skills in other fields, persons with a good scientific background in another subject area, or just the intelligent "consumer." The use of the term "layman" in this context simply adds another stumbling block and it would be best if the term could be discontinued altogether....
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Title: Leadership Of Private Agencies In Special Education
Creator: Gunnar Dybwad (author)
Date: April 17, 1963
Format: Speech
Source: Friends of the Samuel Gridley Howe Library and the Dybwad Family
Keywords: Advocacy; Children; Cognitive Disability; Council For Exceptional Children; Education; Educational Institutions; Family; Government; Government Agencies; Gunnar Dybwad; Institutions; Laws & Regulation; Mental Retardation; Parenting; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA; Policy; Schools; Service Organizations; Social Welfare & Communities; Special Education; The Arc; Voluntarism
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy
Note: Contribution to a panel discussion on Leadership in Special Education at the 41st Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.