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Date of Award
Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
First Committee Member
Robert D. Morrow
Second Committee Member
W. Preston Gleason
Third Committee Member
Fourth Committee Member
Alan L. Mikels
PROBLEM The major problem under investigation was to determine the significance of organizational factors in schools on the ease of accomplishing the Educationally Handicapped program goals of integration and reintegration as prescribed by the State of California.
PURPOSE The study's major purpose was to determine what effect, if any, do the organizational environments of schools have on program goals of integration and reintegration for the Educationally Handicapped? A secondary purpose o£ this study was to determine what effect, if any, do the selections of procedures used by teachers to return Educationally Handicapped pupils to the regular classroom have on the program goals of integration and reintegration for the Educationally Handicapped?
Noble, Edward L.. (1977). An exploratory investigation of the integration and reintegration of educationally handicapped pupils as related to selected organizational variables existing within schools. University of the Pacific, Dissertation - Pacific Access Restricted. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/3152
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