April 1977
Focus on Exceptional Children;Apr1977, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p14
Academic Journal
This article discusses ways that would improve interactions among students engaged in special education in the U.S. The classroom activities prepared by teachers are important to enhance the capability of special students to interact with other people. In addition, the development of a communication disorders program is helpful to language impaired children. In this regard, the essay assesses the Communication Disorders Program and the Impaired Speech and Language Program implemented in the country.


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