Mainstreaming in education.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Oral History Interview: Deborah Kent Stein
Oral history interview with Deborah Kent Stein collected by Edward Morman on April 25, 2012, in the Recording Studio at the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute.
The Dorothy Elve Tombaugh Collection
Correspondence and NSF grant materials created by Dorothy Elve Tombaugh, a high school biology teacher and author who worked to develop and disseminate laboratory techniques for blind students. The collection also contains Tombaugh's presentation slides and Braillling tools used to create materials for her blind students.
The Isabelle Grant Collection
Correspondence, manuscripts, diplomas, and awards belonging to Dr. Isabelle Grant, the first blind public school teacher in the State of California. The collection also contains evidence of her advocacy work overseas with the blind and her support of mainstreaming blind students with their sighted peers, as well as materials related to her 1972 Nobel Peace Prize nomination.