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    Engendering Change in Special Education Practices

    Milton Budoff
    Chapter 766 is a recent Massachusetts law which represents a milestone in the philosophy and practice of special education. It provides for the special needs of all children and broadens the goals of education for the handicapped. The author, a participant in the advocacy coalition that pressed for reform of special education services, discusses the change process which resulted in Chapter 766. Noting the complex issues that the law has raised, the author concludes by emphasizing the importance of continued efforts by advocates if the spirit of the law is to be realized and the needs of the children met.

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    Winter 1975 Issue

    Abstracts

    Winson and Dovie Hudson's Dream
    Marian Wright Edelman
    Rally 'Round the Workplace
    Continuities and Fallacies in Career Education
    W. Norton Grubb, Marvin Lazerson
    Cross-Cultural Piagetian Research
    An Experimental Perspective
    Patricia Teague Ashton
    Engendering Change in Special Education Practices
    Milton Budoff
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