Recommendations for Housing of Speech Services in the Schools A Report of the Committee on Speech and Hearing Services in the Schools Research Article
Research Article  |   January 01, 1970
Recommendations for Housing of Speech Services in the Schools
 
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  • This Report, which appeared in Asha, April 1969, was originally written in 1966 by the Subcommittee on Housing; it was revised by the whole Committee in 1967 before being submitted to the Executive Council for approval and publication. Members of the 1966 Subcommittee on Housing were Lee Fisher, Nancy Knight, Thad Paruzynski, Pearle Ramos, Glenn Smith, and Mary Farquhar, Chairman. Serving on the 1967 Committee on Speech and Hearing Services in Schools were Gerald Freeman, Esther Herbert, Helen Knight, John O’Neill, Gretchen Phair, and Gloria Engnoth, Chairman.
    This Report, which appeared in Asha, April 1969, was originally written in 1966 by the Subcommittee on Housing; it was revised by the whole Committee in 1967 before being submitted to the Executive Council for approval and publication. Members of the 1966 Subcommittee on Housing were Lee Fisher, Nancy Knight, Thad Paruzynski, Pearle Ramos, Glenn Smith, and Mary Farquhar, Chairman. Serving on the 1967 Committee on Speech and Hearing Services in Schools were Gerald Freeman, Esther Herbert, Helen Knight, John O’Neill, Gretchen Phair, and Gloria Engnoth, Chairman.×
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Research Article   |   January 01, 1970
Recommendations for Housing of Speech Services in the Schools
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, January 1970, Vol. 1, 34-36. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.0101.34
 
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, January 1970, Vol. 1, 34-36. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.0101.34
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