Pseudo-science and dividing practices : a geneaology of the the first educational provision for pupils with learning difficulties.

By: Ian C Copeland.
Series: Disability & Society 12 (5) November 1997: 709-722.Publisher: 1997Subject(s): SPECIAL EDUCATION | UNITED KINGDOMSummary: An analysis of the impact of the first dominant form of educational provision for pupils with learning difficulties, ie the division of the school population into the normal and the exceptional.
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An analysis of the impact of the first dominant form of educational provision for pupils with learning difficulties, ie the division of the school population into the normal and the exceptional.

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