Speech Correction in the Rochester, New York, Schools Research Article
Research Article  |   September 01, 1947
Speech Correction in the Rochester, New York, Schools
 
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  • * Miss Brown is Speech Specialist in the Rochester, New York, schools. She was trained primarily to teach the deaf and taught for two years in the School for the Deaf in Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and five years in the School for the Deaf in Morganton, North Carolina. It is one of the important functions of the Journal to provide a record of matters that are of historical as well as currrent interest in speech correction. Miss Brown’s article recounts the beginnings and the development of one of America’s oldest public school speech correction programs.
    Miss Brown is Speech Specialist in the Rochester, New York, schools. She was trained primarily to teach the deaf and taught for two years in the School for the Deaf in Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and five years in the School for the Deaf in Morganton, North Carolina. It is one of the important functions of the Journal to provide a record of matters that are of historical as well as currrent interest in speech correction. Miss Brown’s article recounts the beginnings and the development of one of America’s oldest public school speech correction programs.×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   September 01, 1947
Speech Correction in the Rochester, New York, Schools
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1947, Vol. 12, 334-338. doi:10.1044/jshd.1203.334
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1947, Vol. 12, 334-338. doi:10.1044/jshd.1203.334
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