Ohio"s progress in the education of the handicapped by Ohio. Dept. of Education

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Nine major topics are addressed (sample subtopics in parentheses). Presented is the interim report on a comprehensive plan for the education of handicapped children in Ohio which was requested by the state legislature at the time of the passage of Subcommittee Senate Bill (Sub.

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