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Peace Corps in Special Education and Rehabilitation

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INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE CASE STUDY CS- 2

INFORMATION COLLECTION & EXCHANGE

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Peace Corps

PEACE CORPS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION

Written by: Gregory L. Dixon Katherine Davis

This publication was produced for Peace Corps by Partners of the Americas Washington, D.C.

Peace Corps Information Collection and Exchange Case Study Number March, 1981

PEACE CORPS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATION March, 1981

Prepared for the Peace Corps by Partners of the Americas under Contract No. 80-0431023

Available through: Peace Corps, ICE 806 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20525