The Bilingual Special Education Interface: Issues In Assessment

Chandler, Harry N.
December 1984
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1984, Vol. 17 Issue 10
Academic Journal
Assesses the bilingual special education interface. Weaknesses of special education assessment tools; Avoidance of special education departments in doing bilingual testing; Use of neurological exam in evaluating a bilingual child; Application of the system of multicultural pluralistic assessment.


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