Academic journal article Learning Disability Quarterly

From the Publications Director

Academic journal article Learning Disability Quarterly

From the Publications Director

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I am pleased to announce that the Hammill Institute on Disabilities, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation based in Austin, Texas, has assumed ownership of Learning Disability Quarterly (LDQ), effective with this issue. The mission of the Institute is to advance and improve the education and treatment of individuals with disabilities and other special needs by developing and disseminating educational and scientific journals, reference books, textbooks, educational materials, diagnostic tests, and other assessments. A nonprofit publisher committed to the area of disability studies, the Institute collaborates with seven professional associations to publish numerous society journals and monographs. We are delighted to be able to add a high-quality title to our portfolio while strengthening our ties with the Council for Learning Disabilities (CLD). LDQ complements the other journals owned by the Institute and advances the shared interests of the Institute and CLD.

Dr. Diane Pedotty Bryant and Dr. Brian R. Bryant have done an outstanding job editing LDQ. I am pleased that they have agreed to continue in that role and look forward to working with them and with the journal's editorial board members.

Beginning with this fall 2011 issue, the journal has been redesigned to (a) allow for the inclusion of more articles, so you will receive more information to assist you in your professional endeavors and (b) give LDQ a fresh new look while maintaining the journal's professional image. …

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