Durant Reports Council Growth

November 1957
Exceptional Children;Nov1957, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p119
Academic Journal
The article reports on the increasing members of the International Council for Exceptional Children. According to Adrian J. Durant Jr., the membership promotion chairman of the group, Ontario has registered the highest 1957 percentage growth among the states with 115 and stand next to the highest numerical increase with 194. Some states experiencing twenty percent increases were Louisiana, Connecticut, Missouri, Arizona, Ohio, Rhode Island, Washington, New York, Wyoming, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and Oregon.


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