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28th April 2000 at 01:00
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL. by Jean Gross. (Open University Press. pound;16.99)

is recommended by Janice Rolnick, Senco at Dollis junior school in Mill Hill, London boroughof Brent.

"I have a comprehensive library of books on special educational needs butI use this one more than anyother because I find it readable, practical and accessible. It is a useful and informative book both to read cover to cover and to dip into.

"Although it is based on sound theoretical knowledge, it is clear that Jean Gross is writing from her own experience as a teacher and SEN practitioner."


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