In the mainstream

United States, 1979

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Episode of Series “60 Minutes”.
Examines the new law in the United States whereby handicapped children must wherever possible, be mainstreamed, that is, educated in the classroom along with other children. Looks at how the new law is working - successful in some cases but a failure in others

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Carousel Films

Columbia Broadcasting System



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60 Minutes


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