Teachers' perceptions of the availability and need of a support program for students with learning difficulties attending elementary schools in the Atlantic Union Conference

@inproceedings{Coke2013TeachersPO,
  title={Teachers' perceptions of the availability and need of a support program for students with learning difficulties attending elementary schools in the Atlantic Union Conference},
  author={Lileth Althea Coke},
  year={2013}
}
TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE AVAILABILITY AND NEED OF A SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES ATTENDING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN THE ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE by Lileth Althea Coke Chair: Lena G. Caesar ABSTRACT OF GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH DissertationOF GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH Dissertation Andrews University School of Education Title: TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE AVAILABILITY AND NEED OF A SUPPORT PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES ATTENDING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN… CONTINUE READING

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