Education Documents RETURN TO INDEX
Year Description Author/Publisher File Name
1949 Your Child From 6 to 12 Federal Security Agency, Social Security Administration, Children's Bureau 49-YCF-FSA.pdf
1952 The Mentally Retarded Child: A Guide For Parents Abraham Levinson, M.D 52-TMR-AL.pdf
1953 A Study of Public School Children with Severe Mental Retardation MN Dept of Education 53-SMR-MDE.pdf
1956 Proceedings of the Institute on Mental Deficiency Reynold A. Jensen, MD 56-IMD-RAJ.pdf
1956 "Services for Exceptional Children" Proceedings of the 1956 Spring Conference of The Woods Schools, held in Indianapolis, May 11 and 12 The Woods School for Exceptional Children 56-SFE-TWS.pdf
1959 Decade of Decision: An Evaluation Report Nat'l Assoc. for Retarded Children, Inc. 59-DOD-NARC.pdf
1960 Hearing Evaluation of Brain-Damaged Children Adam J. Sortini, The Volta Review 60-HEB-AJS.pdf
1962 Report of the Task Force on Education and Rehabilitation U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 62-EAR DHE.pdf
1962 State Planning and Coordination of Resources For Exceptional Children Reproduced with permission by the U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare  62-SPC-RWP.pdf
1966 The Mentally Handicapped Child Under Five National Association for Retarded Children 66-MHC-GUD.pdf
1969 Programs for the Handicapped: Education Professions Development Act Provides Special Training for Education Personnel Working with the Handicapped >U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 69-5-PFH-USD.pdf
1969 Programs for the Handicapped: Education Programs for Handicapped Children in State- Operated or Supported Schools – A Progress Report – Fiscal Year 1968> U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 69-6-PFH-USD.pdf
1969 The Six-Hour Retarded Child U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 69-SHR-DHE.pdf
1970s "Obtaining an Education" as a Right of the People John C. Hogan 70s-OAE-JCH.pdf
1970 Educational Provisions for Mentally Retarded Deaf Students in Residential Institutions for the Retarded Sudhansu B. Mitra, The Volta Review 70-EPR-SBM.pdf
1970 The Mentally Retarded, Their New Hope The Advertising Council 70-TMH-TAC.pdf
1971 A Primer on Due Process The Council for Exceptional Children 71-PDP-CEC.pdf
1971 Policy Statements on the Education of Mentally Retarded Children National Association for Retarded Children 71-PSE-NAR.pdf
1972 Current Issues in Mental Retardation: The Uses of Litigation: The Right of Retarded Citizens to a Free Public Education Thomas K, Gilhool, J.D., US Department of Health, Education and Welfare 72-CII-USD.pdf
1972 A Continuing Summary of Pending and Completed Litigation Regarding the Education of Handicapped Children Council for Exceptional Children 72-CSC-CEC.pdf
1972 Mental Retardation National Association for Retarded Children 72-MRN-NAC.pdf
1973 Action Guidelines: Evaluation and Monitoring Education Services for Mentally Retarded Persons National Association for Retarded Children 73-AGE-NAC.pdf
1973 A Continuing Summary of Pending and Completed Litigation Regarding the Education of Handicapped Children Council for Exceptional Children 73-CSP-CEC.pdf
1973 Legal Change for the Handicapped Through Litigation The Council for Exceptional Children 73-LCH-CEC.pdf
1973 Right to Education: Anatomy of the Pennsylvania Case and its Implications for Exceptional Children Leopold Lippman, I. Ignacy Goldberg 73-RTE-Lippman_Goldberg.pdf
1974 Basic Commitments and Responsibilities to Exceptional Children CEC Policies Commission, Maynard Reynolds, Chairman 74-BCA-CBC.pdf
1974 A Continuing Summary of Pending and Completed Litigation Regarding the Education of Handicapped Children Council for Exceptional Children 74-CSC-CEC.pdf
1974 Education of Handicapped Children The Council for Exceptional Children 74-EHC-CEC.pdf
1974 The Education Amendments of 1974: An Analysis of P.L. 93-380 Robert M. Gettings 74-TEA-RMG.pdf
1974 To Give An Edge J. Margaret Horrobin and John E. Rynders 74-TGE-JMH.pdf
1975 Portage Project Readings The Portage Project, US Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare 75-PPR-HEW.pdf
1976 Educating the Twenty-Four Hour Retarded Child National Association for Retarded Children 76-ERC-NAR.pdf
1976 Hey, Don't Forget Me The Council for Exceptional Children 76-HDF-CEC.pdf
1976 Public Policy and the Education of Exceptional Children The Council for Exceptional Children 76-PEC-CEC.pdf
1977 Beyond the Ordinary U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare 77-BTO-DHE.pdf
1977 Classroom Programming: What Should Be Taught? National Association for Retarded Citizens 77-CMP-NAC.pdf
1977 Education of Exceptional Learners Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 77-EEL-ABI.pdf
1977 Education of the Severely/Profoundly Handicapped N. Dale Gentry, PH.D., A. Lee Parks, PH.D. 77-ESH-NDG.pdf
1977 Helping Retarded Infants Learn: A Resource Guide for Parents National Association for Retarded Citizens 77-HMR-NAR.pdf
1977 A Primer on Individualized Education Programs for Handicapped Children The Foundation for Exceptional Children 77-PIE-FEC.pdf
1977 The Right To Education: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here National Association for Retarded Citizens 77-TRE-NAC.pdf
1977 The Partnership: How to Make it Work National Association for Retarded Citizens 77-TTP-NAC.pdf
1978 The Rights of Parents and the Responsibilities of Schools James G. Meade, Ph.D. 78-TRP-JGM.pdf
1979 Early Intervention of Developmental Disabilities Indiana University 79-EID-INU.pdf
1980s Early Intervention Services for At Risk and Developmentally Delayed Children Below School Age Arc 80s-EIS-Arc.pdf
1980 Obligations of the State Educational Agency Department of Education 80-DCU-DOE.pdf
1980 Full Integration: A Means to the Intent Richard Schattman 80-FIN-RSC.pdf
1980 Report by the Education Advocates Coalition on Federal Compliance Activities to Implement the Education for All Handicapped Children Act Education Advocates Coalition 80-PEA-EAC.pdf
1981 Strategies for Generating Comprehensive Longitudinal, and Chronological Age Appropriate Individualized Educational Programs for Adolescent and Young-Adult Severely Handicapped Students Lou Brown, Mary Falvey, Lisbeth Vincent, Nancy Kaye, Fran Johnson, Paula Ferrara-Parrish and Lee Gruenewald 80-SGC-LBN.pdf
1981 Report to Congress United States General Accounting Office 81-RTC-GAO.pdf
1981 Social lssues and Education: Challenge & Responsibility Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development 81-SIE-ASD.pdf
1982 Principle of Partial Participation and Individualized Adaptations in Educational Programs for Severely Handicapped Students, TASH Journal Volume 7, Summer 1982 Diane Baumgart, Lou Brown, Ian Pumpain, Gan Nisbet, Alison Ford, Mark Sweet, Rosalie Messina, Jack Schroeder 82-WIP-TAS.pdf
1984 A Program Inspection on Transition of Developmentally Disabled Young Adults from School to Adult Services Department of Health and Human Services 84-API-DOH.pdf
1984 Center for Developmental Disabilities University Affiliated Facility Satellite College of Education and Social Services 84-CDD-CES.pdf
1984 Programs for the Handicapped Department of Education 84-PFH-DOE.pdf
1985 Belief Systems and Masterly Learning Outcomes 85-BLS-OTS.pdf
1985 Mainstreaming Some Issues for School Boards Canadian Education Association 85-MSG-CEA.pdf
1986 Educating Children with Learning Problems: A Shared Responsibility Madeleine C. Will 86-ECP-MCW.pdf
1986 Issues in Curriculum Development Patricia L. Miranda and Anne M. Donnellan 86-ICD-PLM.pdf
1986 Recommendations to Enhance the Quality of Life of Persons with Mental Retardation and Other Developmental Disabilities in the United States: A Task Force Report William Schipper, Task Force Consultant, National Association of State Directors of Special Education 86-REQ-WST.pdf
1986 The Quality of IEP Objectives Associated with Placement on Integrated Versus Segregated School Sites The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps 86-IEP-APH.pdf
1986 The "Why" Questions in Instructional Programs for People Who are Severely Intellectually Disabled Lou Brown, Betsy Shiraga, Patty Regan, Jennifer Yourk, Kathy Zanella Albright, Eileen McCarthy, Ruth Loomis, and Pat VanDeventer 86-TWQ-LBN.pdf
1987 Assistance to States for Education of Handicapped Children Department of Education 87-ASC-DOE.pdf
1987 Executive Summary Minnesota Department of Education 87-EXS-DOE.pdf
1987 A Plan to Restructure Vermont's Regional Special Education Classes State Department of Education Division of Special and Compensatory Education, State of Vermont 87-PRV-DOE.pdf
1987 A Report on Minnesota Youth with Disabilities Minnesota Department of Education 87-RYD-DOE.pdf
1988 Children and Youth in State Institutions National Survey of Public Residential Facilities 88-CYI-NSP.pdf
1989 Policy Implications of Emergent Full Inclusion Models for the Education of Students with Severe Disabilities California Research Institute on the Integration of Students with Severe Disabilities 89-PIE-CRI.pdf
1989 Learning Together... Stories And Strategies Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota 89-LTS-ICI.pdf
1989 Regular Class Integration Feedback from Teachers and Classmates Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota 89-RCI-ICI.pdf
1989 Timothy W., Etc., v. Rochester, New Hampshire, School District United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit 89-RNH-USC.pdf
1989 Special Education Placement: Is It What You Know or Where You Live? Howard P. Blackifian 89-SEP-HPB.pdf
1989 The Education of Students with Disabilities: Where Do You Stand? National Council on Disability 89-TES-NCD.pdf
1990 Positive Approaches to the Treatment of Severe Behavior The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps 90-PAT-APH.pdf
1990 Parental Check List for Quality Education Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Council 90-PCL-FQE.pdf
1991 Early Education: Which Path to Inclusion? Institute on Community integration, University of Minnesota 91-EED-ICI.pdf
1991 Opening Doors Strategies for Including all Students in Regular Education Beth Schaffner & Barbara E. Buswell 91-OPD-CBS.pdf
1992 ED Seeks Out Unneeded, Costly Federal Regs National Association of State Directors of Special Education 92-EDS-CTP.pdf
1992 Counterpoint, Spring 1992 National Association of State Directors of Special Education 92-Counterpoint-NAS.pdf
1993 Policy Update, 1992 Rehabilitation Act Amendments National Transition Network 93-POU -RAA.pdf
1993 Policy Update: IDEA: It's Impact on Transition Regulations National Transition Network 93-POU-IDE.pdf
1993 Policy Update, Spring 1993 – Expanded Opportunities for Youth and Adults with Disabilities National Transition Network 93-POU-JTR.pdf
1993 Policy Update, Fall 1993 – Provisions for Youth with Disabilities in Vocational Education National Transition Network 93-POU-CPA.pdf
1993 The Identification of Financial Disincentives to Eructating Children and Youth with Moderate to Severe... Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities 93-IFD-IPC.pdf
1993 Serving the Nation's Students with Disabilities National Council on Disability 93-PUP-NCD.pdf
1993 Policy Update National Transition Network 93-PUP-NTN.pdf
1993 Questions and Answers about the IDEA National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities 93-QAA-NIC.pdf
1993 Reflections on Inclusion at School... And Beyond Timothy P. Knoster 93-ROI-TPK.pdf
1993 Some Answers for Implementers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions... Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities 93-SAI-IPC.pdf
1993 Special Education Quality of Care 93-SPE-DOE.pdf
1993 Transition Policy in Minnesota Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota 93-TPM-ICI.pdf
1994 Policy Update – Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act Amendments of 1994: Its Impact on Transition Services National Transition Network 94-POI-DDB.pdf
1994 Policy Update – Youth with Disabilities and the School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994 National Transition Network 94-POU-YWD.pdf
1994 Policy Update Summer 1994 - Implications for Youth with Disabilities As They Transition from School to Work and Adult Life National Transition Network 94-POU-EAA.pdf
1994 Entering a New Preschool University of Illinois at Urbana 94-ENP-UOI.pdf
1994 Inclusion Education: A Series of Issue Papers Coalition on School Inclusion 94-IEP-CSI.pdf
1994 Inclusive Education: Needs of Minnesota Families Minnesota Department of Education 94-INE-COE.pdf
1994 Questions and Answers on the Least Restrictive Environment Requirements United States Department of Education 94-QAA-DOE.pdf
1994 School to Work Checklist (scan only) All Means All School-to-Work Project 94-SWC-AMA.pdf
1994 Making the Transition Team Work Minnesota Educational Services 94-TEW-MNE.pdf
1994 Thoughts, Perspectives, and Ideas Presented at the Illinois Deans of Colleges... Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities 94-TPP-IPC.pdf
1995 Education: Placements for Children Who are Ventilator Assisted Council for Exceptional Children 95-EPC-CRD.pdf
1995 Improving the Implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act National Council on Disability 95-IDE-NCD.pdf
1995 Placement of Special Education Students Joseph F. Bard 95-PSE-DOE.pdf
1995 From Vision to Practice Ideas for Implementing Inclusive Education Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota 95-FVT-LHM.pdf
1996 Policy Research Brief: Individuals with Disabilities University of Minnesota 96-PRB-UOM.pdf
1997 Differentiated Teaching and Learning in Heterogeneous Classrooms The College of Education University of Minnesota 97-DTC-UOM.pdf
1997 Education Act Reauthorization Legislation Congressional Research Service 97-IDE-CRS.pdf
1997 Inclusion of Students Supported by Ventilators Beach Center on Families and Disability 97-ISS-BRB.pdf
1997 The IDEA Amendments of 1997 The National Information for Children and Youth with Disabilities 97-TAM-NIC.pdf
1998 Educating Students with Disabilities in General Education Classrooms C.Moore, D.Gilbreath, F. Maiuri 98-EGE-MGM.pdf
1998 Transition: Is it Time for Another Rebottling? University of Minnesota 98-NTN-UOM.pdf
1999 Selected Early Childhood/Early Intervention Training Materials Camille Catlett & Pamela J. Winton, Franklin Porter Development Center, North Carolina University 99-SCI-CMC.pdf
1999 Upon Graduation Mary Ulrich 99-UG-MU.pdf
2000 The Indiana Inclusion Study Indiana State Department of Education 00-IIS-INS.pdf
2000 NICHCY Announcements National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities 00-NCY-NIC.pdf
2000 Policy Update National Transition Network 00-PUP-UOM.pdf
2000 Questions and Answers about the IDEA National lnformation Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities 00-QAI-NCC.pdf
2000 Transition and Post-School Outcomes for Youth with Disabilities National Council on Disability 00-TPS-NCD.pdf
2001 Open Door or Revolving Door: Is the Community College a Viable Option for Students with Disabilities? Elizabeth Madson Ankeny 01-CCO-EMA.pdf
2004 Executive Summary 24th Annual Report to Congress on Implementation of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Government Printing Office 04-ERC-GPO.pdf
2004 Article: "Toward the realization of the least restrictive educational environments for severely handicapped students," reprinted from The American Association for the Education of the Severely / Profoundly Handicapped Review, Volume 2(4), December 1977 Lou Brown, Barbara Wilcox, Edward Sontag, Betty Vincent, Nancy Dodd, Lee Gruenewald, printed in Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities 2004, Vol. 29, No 1, 2-8. 04-RAP-TAS.pdf
2005 Mouth Magazine #87: In Search of Inclusion Lucy Gwin, Editor-Designer 05-MME-LGE.pdf

2005 Systems Change in School TASH Connections 05-SCS-TCO.pdf
2005 An Historical Perspective of Self-Determination in Special Education: Accomplishments and Challenges Michael J. Ward, George Washington University 05-AHP-MJW.pdf
2005 Pennsylvania Special Education Placement Percentages by Disability Type Over Time Gaskin Settlement Agreement 05-SED-SA.pdf
2010 Broken Promise: Final Report of the Bureau Directors Advisory Panel on Least Restrictive Environment Following Gaskin v. Department of Education Martin Elks, Ph.D. 10-BPG-ME.pdf
2010 Thirty-five Years of Progress in Educating Children With Disabilities Through IDEA U.S. Department of Education 10-PEC-DOE.pdf