When Brown told him he couldn't do what he asked because he was classified as educable mentally retarded, Mr.
What does EMR stand for?
EMR stands for Educable Mentally Retarded
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- [not an acronym] (formerly East Midlands Quality Centre Ltd.; UK)
- European Molecular Genetics Quality Network
- Electro-Magneto Quasi-Static (computer engineering)
- Eureka Montana Quilt Show
- Eastern Main Road (Trinidad and Tobago)
- École Maîtrisienne Régionale de Bourgogne (French choir school)
- Edison Media Research
- Éditions Marc Reift (French: Marc Reift Editions; Switzerland)
- Éditions Musicales Russes (French: Russian Music Publishing)
- Educational Media Resources (various organizations)
- Eeyou Marine Region (Canada)
- Effort Multiplier Rating
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- Electromagnetic Reconnaissance
- Electromagnetic Resonance
- Electromagnetic Response
- Electromechanical Relay
- Electromechanical Research Incorporated
- Electronic Combat Multifunction Radar
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bucher, Brolin, and Kunce (1987) investigated the adult employment status of 153 students who were educable mentally retarded and 81 students who were severely learning disabled and who, as grade school students, all received a competency-based, life-centered career education curriculum developed by Brolin (1985).
Educators have been quick to classify students who require special attention with a variety of negative labels--Learning Disabled (LD), Emotionally Handicapped (EH), Emotionally Disturbed (ED), Educationally Disadvantaged (ED), Educable Mentally Retarded (EMR), and so forth.
METHOD Subjects Teachers of students classified as emotionally handicapped (EH), learning disabled (LD), or educable mentally retarded (EMR) were observed during different types of classroom instruction.
94-142 on Minority Students During the past two decades, changes in special education for educable mentally retarded (EMR) children were sought on behalf of minority-group children through the courts.
46% of the Black children in school were enrolled in programs for students who were educable mentally retarded (EMR); the comparable figure for White children was 1.