Training Teachers for the Severely and Profoundly Handicapped: A New Frontier
Due to recent litigation and legislation, there will be an Influx of severely and profoundly handicapped individuals into community based public education programs. As a result, teachers who possess the knowledge and skill to foster the growth of these individuals will be needed. The onus of responsibility is on the universities to prepare competent teachers. This article examines the basic components that will have to be integrated into the existing structures of teacher training programs to adequately prepare teachers of the severely and profoundly handicapped. © 1976, Council for Exceptional Children. All rights reserved.
Original Publication Date
DOI of published version
Stainback, Susan; Stainback, William; and Maurer, Steven, "Training Teachers for the Severely and Profoundly Handicapped: A New Frontier" (1976). Faculty Publications. 5079.