Academic journal article Exceptional Children

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Academic journal article Exceptional Children

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We are pleased to present this issue of Exceptional Children. We are also delighted to announce that Exceptional Children is now accepting submissions through its new portal site (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ ecx) with Scholar One and our new publisher, SAGE. Manuscripts that started with the BcPress portal site and are in the review process will continue with that site. If you have specific questions about your manuscript, please contact us.

This issue contains articles covering many special education content areas, disabilities, and methodologies, including early reading, self-management interventions for students with autism, teacher induction, math language, parents, students who are deaf and their families, and prevalence of autism.

Al Otaiba and her colleagues compared RTI (response to intervention) conditions for early reading, demonstrating how the special education field has extended research beyond evaluating simple implementations of RTI. Their experimental study provides preliminary evidence for the times when Tiers 2 and 3 might best be implemented.

Carr, Moore, and Anderson conducted a single-case research design synthesis of studies that implemented self-management academic and social interventions with students with autism. Outcome effects across study characteristics and study quality were examined. Results demonstrated strong effects for social and academic outcomes.

Israel, Kamman, McCray, and Sindelar studied new teachers and their mentors as they participated in a teacher induction program in an urban school district, and they uncovered relationships between emotional and professional supports. Findings may suggest improvements in new special educator induction programs. …

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