Cultural underpinnings of special education: implications for professional interactions with culturally diverse families.

By: Harry, Beth.
Contributor(s): Kalyanpur, Maya.
Series: Disability & Society 9 (2) 1994: 145-165. 1994Subject(s): SPECIAL EDUCATION | UNITED STATES OF AMERICASummary: An article identifying the cultural assumptions that underlie special education policy and proactice in the United States.
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An article identifying the cultural assumptions that underlie special education policy and proactice in the United States.

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