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organization and implementation of programs for handicapped children and youth, 1964 report by United States. Office of Education. Division of Handicapped Children and Youth.

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  • United States. -- Office of Education. -- Division of Handicapped Children and Youth.

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Statementprepared by Samuel A. Kirk, director, and Samuel G. Sava, program planning officer, of the Division of Handicapped Children and Youth.
ContributionsKirk, Samuel A. 1904-, Sava, Samuel George, 1931-
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Pagination47 p. ;
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL14342910M

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