5 edition of Public education for disturbed children in New York City: application and theory found in the catalog.
Public education for disturbed children in New York City: application and theory
Pearl H. Berkowitz
|Statement||compiled and edited by Pearl H. Berkowitz and Esther P. Rothman.|
|Contributions||Rothman, Esther P., joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||LC4693.N7 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 376 p.|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||66016782|
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Public education for disturbed children in new york city, application and theory. BERKOWITZ, PEARL H.; ROTHMAN, ESTHER P. CONCERNED WITH PUBLIC EDUCATION FOR DISTURBED CHILDREN, VARIOUS AUTHORS DISCUSS PROGRAMS OF THE NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM AND PRESENT SOME THEORETICAL by: 1.
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