To investigate this possibility, we examine the effect of the program on classification into two mutable excluded categories: learning disabled (column 1) and emotionally handicapped
Saving the giant tortoise, then, rapidly became a matter of some importance, and the creature attracted some unlikely champions, including one Walter Rothschild, an emotionally handicapped
multi-millionaire with a tortoise fixation.
In fourth grade, Moses was emotionally handicapped
and learning disabled.
Womack became NCC's first Oregon-born president in 1986, when college officials convinced him to leave a job running a treatment program for emotionally handicapped
children in Denver.
We know how to work with people who are confused, poor, uneducated, mentally or emotionally handicapped
The particular classroom under study was part of a low to middle socioeconomic suburban public school, a site for the district's emotionally handicapped
When Christi Wiggins McCollum was a college undergrad, she spent a lot of time working with emotionally handicapped
students in nearby psychiatric hospitals.
The interview questions follow, along with responses from an Elementary School Principal (who is also a Director of Special Education and a Licensed School Psychologist), a Circuit Court-Judge, a Deputy Chief Probation Officer, a Chief of Police, an Elementary School Counselor and Social Worker, a Chief Probation Officer, a Director of Community Corrections, an Addiction Service Coordinator at a County Hospital, a Child Protective Services Social Worker (Welfare), a Teacher of Emotionally Handicapped
Students, a Principal of a Middle School, and a Principal of a High School.
Doe was a case involving the suspension of two emotionally handicapped
students enrolled in the San Francisco Unified School District.
Throughout her career as a psychiatric nurse she was committed to protecting the rights of the emotionally handicapped
in Worcester County.
LD and emotionally handicapped
students required significantly different amounts of structure, tactual resources, and mobility than non-challenged or handicapped populations (Dunn, Bauer, Gemake, Gregory, Primavers & Signer, 1994).
All were either learning disabled or emotionally handicapped
and had been placed in special classes, apart from mainstream students, for the majority of the day.