Schooling Children with Down Syndrome: Toward an Understanding of Possibility
This volume explores Down syndrome disability in the cultural context of the school. The author traces the history of community banishment on people with Down syndrome. Based on fieldwork, and using examples, the author describes school contexts currently resisting traditions of segregation. -- Provided by publisher
Children with mental disabilities -- Education -- Social aspects -- United States; Down syndrome -- Social aspects -- United States; Educational anthropology -- United States;
Teachers College Press
New York, NY
Department of Special Education
xix, 167 p. ; 24 cm
Kliewer, Christopher, "Schooling Children with Down Syndrome: Toward an Understanding of Possibility" (1998). Faculty Book Gallery. 82.