Price: $310.00

    Code: 1197

    Profiles the Benedictine School for Exceptional Children in Maryland which for over thirty years has accepted children from all over the world who have a variety of mental, emotional or physical disabilities, providing a program of functional academics and vocational training that has earned the school the reputation as the "Ivy League of Special Education." The school's educational philosophy--to challenge the students rather than to do things for them they can do themselves--is discussed by its director, several teachers, counselors and volunteers.

    Directed by Ed Reahl
    1991, 50 minutes
    Purchase: $310 Classroom Rental: $125

    * Certificate of Merit, Western Psychological Association

    ***** Excellent/Superior in Every Respect/A "Must-Have" for Libraries "...a well- crafted profile...The producers have shown the same attention and care in the making of this video as the school shows for its students..."--Video Rating Guide for Libraries

    "By highlighting how these carefully nurtured students seek independence, this inspiring production raises viewer acceptance of those who are `different' in the community."-- Booklist (American Library Association)

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