education of the crippled child in Massachusetts. by Klapacs, Marie Sister.

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The Industrial School for Crippled and Deformed Children suffices to fulfill the needs of Boston. Rhode Island, at present depending largely on Massachusetts for facilities to aid crippled children, might well support several special classes, and perhaps one or two institutions for crippled children.

To this end the work is freely illustrated by plans and photographs, accompanied by comparative statistics of the cost of lands and buildings and the expenditures for maintenance. Especial attention is called to the work of the state institutions for crippled children in Massachusetts, New York, Minnesota.

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The enrollment of crippled pupils at the State School, at Coldwater, has always been small. Until recent years the notable deficiency of the special educational systems for crippled children has been the fact that these advantages ceased upon the completion of eight grammar school grades of instruction.

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