The evaluation report describes special education services provided to trainable mentally impaired (TMI), autistic impaired (AI), severely multiply impaired (SXI), and severely mentally impaired (SMI) students at and through the Melvin G. Millet Learning Center (Bridgeport, Michigan). The eight program components are described individually and include: aquatic therapy; community education; computer-assisted instruction/occupational therapy; occupational and physical therapy; library/media services; TMI summer school; AI summer school; and curriculum review. For each program component information is provided on staffing, aides' responsibilities, instruction, and student attainment of objectives. Evaluation indicated that 95.6% of objectives were attained. Recommendations include increasing staff participation, identifying reasons why some services were not provided, and continuing data collection. (DB)
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Saginaw Public Schools, MI. Dept. of Evaluation Services.