MOVE® at The Joseph Sams School

Carr, Lana
September 2005
Exceptional Parent;Sep2005, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p26
Focuses on the introduction of the MOVE program for exceptional children to the Joseph Sams School. History of MOVE; Outline of the program; Children's response to the program.


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