Brooklyn, N.Y. — Where would you go to see special physical education programs for blind, deaf , and orthopedically handicapped high schoolers? What school has a sign-language interpreter who accompanies high school students to lecture classes?
What secondary school provides guidance and supervision in part-time jobs for its handicapped students?
Where would you go to talk with teachers who design, write, and teach their own materials for three levels of reading and math labs for the retarded, visually handicapped, and speech impaired?
Where would you go to see how a high-school pupil's individual program (worked out in consort with the parents and the student) is redesigned twice a year, and where the activities in the resource centers are directly tied to the program goals?
The answer to all five questions: the Edward R. Murrow High School, Avenue L, Brooklyn, N.Y.