Volume 3, Issue 1 (1974)
M.S. Kaplan, P.E. Crisci, W. Farling
This issue represents an attempt to provide an up-to-date presentation of some of the crucial ethical and legal issues facing the field of school psychology and education. Some of the issues are traditional in Western Society, such as, how much and in what manner may the State intervene in the life of the individual? Susan Gray discusses this in the context of early intervention programs, Butler, Moran and Vanderpool in the context of access to school records, Bersoff in the context of assessment and placement.
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