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July 22, 2008


Scott Johnson

I'm actually happy to see educators finally noticing the importance of acoustics as it affects the intelligibility of speech. Classrooms of the 1960s and 1970s were acoustical nightmares with highly reflective walls and floors, filled with reflective furniture and as reverberant as oil cans. Auditoriums were often worse still. Good acoustical architecture does not cost appreciably more than the old styles and could be extremely beneficial.


Is there a law in Illinois for special ed. early childhood children to have a ratio of adults to students per class? I am experiencing a huge problem! Where do I get help??

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