Volume 5, Issue 1 (1976)
Sticks and Stones... But Will Names Never Hurt Them?
In the past decade educators have been bombarded with a plethora of educational terminology. One type deals centrally with children who daily fill our classrooms. A few examples should serve to illustrate: hyperactive, brain damaged, learning disabled, maturational lag, dyslexic, perceptually handicapped, etc.
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