New Release Books by Christine Porter Ingram

Christine Porter Ingram is the author of Education of the Slow-learning Child (1960), Education in Training Schools for Delinquent Youth (1945) and The Tenth Amendment Versus the Treatymaking Power Under the Constitution of the United States, as Related to the "Quest for Constitutionality" of Federal Legislation, Prohibiting the Employment of Child Labor and the Manufacture of Narcotics (1926).

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Education of the Slow-learning Child

Education of the Slow-learning Child
This book presents educational programs designed to discover and develop the assets of a wide range of mentally retarded or slow-learning children. It begins with an examination of the needs and potentialities of the mentally retarded and the problems that teachers, parents, and members of the community face in providing programs of special education for these children. It discusses in detail the methods and techniques of meeting these problems, with a focus on understanding and aiding the retarded child to grow and develop in a wholesome educational environment. Primarily designed for special education teachers and administrators, this volume can also serve as a guide for the general school administrator, elementary or secondary school teacher, school psychologists, social workers, parents, and civic leaders concerned with the education and social adjustment of the mentally retarded child.

The Tenth Amendment Versus the Treatymaking Power Under the Constitution of the United States, as Related to the "Quest for Constitutionality" of Federal Legislation, Prohibiting the Employment of Child Labor and the Manufacture of Narcotics



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