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  1. Annotated bibliography: Nutrition management for children with special needs (Publication) by Beverly Cross, 1993
  2. Nutrition management for children with special needs in child nutrition programs: Workshop proceedings (Publication) by Beverly Cross, 1993

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82. PEER Reports Released In 1974
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE A special STUDY TO December 1973 aged, blind, or disabledrecipient at Because some 21,000 mississippi SSI recipients would have
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A PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND EXPENDITURE REVIEW OF MISSISSIPPI PUBLIC JUNIOR COLLEGES , December 16, 1974, 197 pages A continuation of the PEER Committee's evaluation of public education in Mississippi, this report's purpose was to determine the effectiveness of the utilization of post-secondary educational resources. Other areas of concern included administration, governance, and finance at the state and local levels; curricula; costs; and faculty and facilities utilization. Of concern also was the compliance of these institutions and their governing boards with existing statutes in the area of operations. The report noted that the Junior College Commission, along with the State Department of Education, was responsible for state level coordination and supervisory services. However, because of the problems in the statutory composition of the commission, the Committee recommended that the Legislature consider alternatives. To fulfill its statutory duties, the Junior College Division needed at least two additional employees and computer services. Further, the duties of the Director of the Division, also set by statute, created a potential conflict of interest. Other findings-variance in salaries of comparable junior college administrators, instances of poor utilization of existing academic classrooms, increasingly expensive athletic programs-were detailed, and recommendations were made to correct them. In general, the Junior College Commission should exert more guidance and control over the junior college system.

83. Special Ed, Therapy, Magazines
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84. Policy Brief--Schools For Disruptive Students
system equity by segregating poor, disabled, and minority to the percentage of specialeducation students in A Report on Alternative Education in mississippi.

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The following Policy Brief is available in PDF format . To access this file, you need Acrobat Reader. Download a free version here. s/acrobat/readstep.html Schools for Disruptive Students: A Questionable Alternative? If one in eight Ford Tauruses failed to operate, Taurus would quickly lose its reputation for quality and its popularity with the public. According to tenets of Total Quality Management, if Ford tried to focus blame on individual workers rather than improve systemwide quality, the problem would most likely persist, public and stockholder confidence would deteriorate, and the company might soon be bankrupt. One in eight students does not complete high school. Minorities, the poor, and the disabled often fare worse. Over 50 percent of students in a quarter of the nation's poor, urban high schools fail to graduate. Suspension, expulsion, retention, chronic failure, and alienation all contribute to unacceptable dropout and incompletion rates. Yet rather than take a systems approach to improvement, many states have created alternative schools for the "problem" individuals thought to degrade general education quality. Alternative schools evolved decades ago to provide an academic option for students not successful in regular education programs

85. Colleges For The Physically Disabled
t) It has a lot of support services for the disabled. mississippi State University. Specialorientation is provided for students with disabilities prior to the

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