Christian Education for Students with Disabilities: A Response to Sutton, Sutton, and Everett
In the Spring 1993 issue of the JRCE the Suttons and E. Gail Everett describe the first research survey of the status of special education in fundamentalist Christian schools. Discovering a dearth of programs for exceptional students, the authors discuss reasons for the phenomenon and call for commitment and Christian concern for “all the children.” James A. Tucker, a national authority on alternative special education, provides a reaction. © 1993 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Graduate Psychology and Counseling
Tucker, James A., "Christian Education for Students with Disabilities: A Response to Sutton, Sutton, and Everett" (1993). Faculty Publications. 2604.