Miller, Ted L.; Switzky, Harvey N.
June 1978
Journal of Special Education;Summer78, Vol. 12 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Traces the probable history of the least restrictive alternative for service providers for special education and relates some concerns about actual implementation. Field's reliance on administrative-determined norm-based special placements; Need to determine restriction based on the likelihood of achieving ecologically determined goals; Resolution of conflict between norm placement and individual achievement before least restriction can occur.


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