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Including Your Child - April 1997

Appendix C

References

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Chandler, P. (1994). A Place for Me: Including Children With Special Needs in Early Care and Education Settings. Second Edition. National Association for the Education of Young Children. Omaha, Nebraska: Family Services of Omaha.

Arizona Department of Education (1993). EVERY STEP COUNTS. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Department of Education:

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