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Project BESTT: A Training Model for Rural, Multicultural, Bilingual Special Education
Rural schools along the New Mexico-Mexico border face unusual challenges in meeting the special education needs of a culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) population. This population includes Anglo Americans, Mexican Americans, Mexicans, and American Indians. Few school districts have an integrated or coordinated bilingual special education program, and many school personnel working with CLD exceptional children have only provisional endorsements in special or bilingual education.
Contributor: French, Laurence Armand, Rodriguez, Richard Francis
Date Published: 03-00
Notes: Connect to the catalog at the library of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
In: Coming Together: Preparing for Rural Special Education in the 21st Century. Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education (18th, Charleston, SC, March 25-28, 1998); see RC 021 434.
141 Reports--Descriptive; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers
EDRS: EDRS Price MF01/PC01 Plus Postage.
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