Special Education in Latin America: Experiences and Issues

By Alfredo J. Artiles; Daniel P. Hallahan | Go to book overview
Informática Educativa from the Federal District (CIED/DF) consisting of Osmar Nina Garcia, Marcio Antonio R. da Silva, Vera Ldcia A. Suguri, Flanir Valente, and Ademar Pereira dos Santos.
6.
I thank the following teachers for their collaboration: Teresa Cupello Bernardo (reading and writing), Walter Oliveira (physical education), Jussara Sora (psychology), Vanêssa Marzola (reading and writing and physical education), Czistina Mendes and Ana Lficia Macedo (mathematics and Logo), and Leila Assis Lara (art).
7.
I thank the teacher, Vera, for sharing with me the data from the computer work she did with Naido and the psychologist from the special education group from Ceilândia for giving me access to Naldo's evaluation.
8.
According to the Folha de São Paulo ( January 26, 1992, sect. 4, p. 5), the drug industry in Rio de Janeiro alone produces U.S. $5 million per month and employs 9,000 people, the majority of whom are children under the age of eighteen. These children "are considered cheap labor and according to Brazilian law, are considered inimputable--cannot serve a prison sentence for any crime they commit, since they are under the guardianship of their parents--and are looking forward to a career that can provide money and power."

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