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Vocational experience programs for students with disabilities labor laws, program guidelines, vocational assessment by Ann Kellogg

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Published by Available from Exceptional Education Team, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation in Madison, WI .
Written in English



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  • Children with disabilities -- Education -- Government policy -- Wisconsin.,
  • Vocational education -- Government policy -- Wisconsin.,
  • Educational law and legislation -- Wisconsin.

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StatementAnn Kellogg ; product of Wisconsin"s Design for Transition Success Project.
ContributionsDesign for Transition Success Project (Wis.), Wisconsin. Dept. of Public Instruction. Exceptional Education Team., Wisconsin. Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
LC ClassificationsLC3976 .K45 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL449655M
LC Control Number98163725

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