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(page numbers in brackets) Preliminary pages (i-xiii) Membership, Contents Introduction (1-3) Chapter 1 (4-7) General approach Chapter 2 (8-35) Historical background Chapter 3 (36-49) Scope of special education Chapter 4 (50-72) Discovery, assessment and recording Chapter 5 (73-93) Children under five Chapter 6 (94-98) Schoolchildren with special needs: introduction Chapter 7 (99-120) Special education in ordinary schools Chapter 8 (121-149) Special education in special schools Chapter 9 (150-161) Parents as partners Chapter 10 (162-204) Transition from school to adult life Chapter 11 (205-225) Some curricular considerations Chapter 12 (226-251) Teacher education and training Chapter 13 (252-262) Advice and support in special education Chapter 14 (263-276) Other education service staff Chapter 15 (277-294) Health service and social services Chapter 16 (295-308) Relations between professionals, confidentiality and co-ordination of services Chapter 17 (309-317) Voluntary organisations Chapter 18 (318-324) Research and development Chapter 19 (325-337) Priorities and resources Summary of recommendations (338-366) Appendices Appendix 1 (367-379) List of contributors Appendix 2 (380-381) Categories of handicapped pupils Appendix 3 (382-383) Possible grid as basis for statistical returns Appendix 4 (384-387) Organisation of health service Appendix 5 (388) Research project on services for parents of under 5s Appendix 6 (389-390) Research project on pre-school education Appendix 7 (391-392) Research project on employment experiences of handicapped school leavers Appendix 8 (393-394) Survey of teachers' views on special education Index (395-416) Report of the Committee of Enquiry into the Education of Handicapped Children and Young People London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office 1978 Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland.