The History of Special Provision for Pupils with Emotional or Behavioral Difficulties in England: What Has Proved Effective?

Cole, Ted; Visser, John
November 1999
Behavioral Disorders;Nov99, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p56
Academic Journal
Examines the forms of program organization that benefit young people with emotional and behavioral disorders in England. Problems in defining children with disorders; Development of special units for children with disorders; Range of provision groups made regarding the children.


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