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Education - Education for individuals with Down syndrome - An overview
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DOW96

DOW96

Education - Education for individuals with Down syndrome - An overview

Information and advice about the specific educational needs of children with Down syndrome and into the effectiveness of special versus inclusive educational placements.

This book provides information and advice about the specific educational needs of children with Down syndrome and into the effectiveness of special versus inclusive educational placements. Reviewing research supported by extensive practical experience of supporting mainstream school placements, it offers practical information in an accessible format, suitable for parents and professionals. (2 x copies in stock)

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