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Some case studies of unadjusted high school pupils...

A. Dale Whitenack

Some case studies of unadjusted high school pupils...

by A. Dale Whitenack

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Other titlesUnadjusted high school pupils.
The Physical Object
Pagination139 leaves.
Number of Pages139
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Open LibraryOL17455422M
OCLC/WorldCa37704610

This case study employed a single-subject design in which iLs was implemented in conjunction with other school-based interventions. The subject, a first-grade student, presented with general gross-motor incoordination, academic and social difficulties and anxiety. The Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (CSESA) is a multi-site research and development center. CSESA is supported by the National Center for Special Education Research and the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education through Grant RC awarded to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  The National Education Policies in Pakistan including the recent one (Government of Pakistan, b) have considered quality education in general and science education in particular as a means to achieving radical social Government of Pakistan (b) stressed that comprehensive social development can be achieved by developing a strong base of workforces that is Cited by: 4. A STUDY OF HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS The question will naturally arise here, as to whether the information thus gained, in case it was of an unfavorable nature, would prejudice the high-school teachers against a boy or girl Experience does not show that it does. Indeed the very oppo-.

preparation for school, and they sometimes face a limited array of options for high-quality child care both before their children start school and during the early school years. Kindergarten teachers throughout the country report that children are increasingly arriving at school inadequately prepared. education, nearly all high school gradu-ates (97 percent) reported in 12th grade that they expected to continue their education at some point, and 79 percent planned to enroll imme-diately after finishing high school (Berkner and Chavez ). Sixty-five percent of File Size: KB.


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