6 edition of The bilingual special education interface found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Leonard M. Baca, Hermes T. Cervantes.|
|Contributions||Cervantes, Hermes T.|
|LC Classifications||LC3981 .B32 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 444 p. :|
|Number of Pages||444|
|LC Control Number||2003054909|
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Bilingual Special Education. By: Leonard M. Baca and Hermes T. Cervantes. How Many Students are Both Disabled and Bilingual? Based on Census and Immigration and Naturalization Services records, it is estimated that there are 79 million school-age language minority children in . The Bilingual Special Education Interface, de Valenzuela, Baca, and Baca argue for a bilingual-special education interface as a way to address the limitations of fragmented and separate general, bilingual, and special education services. They recommend the seamless integration of these programs so that the needs of this population are.
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This book offers an understanding of the major needs of bilingual children who also have disabilities. Chapters highlight the connections between the common knowledge base, programs, and methodologies of special education and those of bilingual education in order to explore the ways to help exceptional children of Asian, African, Hispanic, and Native-American by: Includes bibliographical references and indexes Background and rationale for bilingual special education / Leonard Baca and J.S.
de Valenzuela -- Bilingualism and bilingual education / Leonard Baca -- The education of children with exceptional needs / Rocky Hill, J.S. de Valenzuela, Hermes Cervantes, and Leonard Baca -- Bilingual special education: a judicial perspective / Pages: Organized to emphasize the link between bilingual and special education, this unique updated edition addresses the need for school districts to adjust instructional programs and service delivery models to accommodate the tremendous increase in the number of.
Organized to emphasize the link between bilingual and special education, this unique updated edition addresses the need for school districts to adjust instructional programs and service delivery models to accommodate the tremendous increase in the number of Asian, Hispanic, and Native American students.
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