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By Coufal, Kathy; Montgomery, Judy | Communication Disorders Quarterly, Fall 2007 | Go to article overview

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Coufal, Kathy, Montgomery, Judy, Communication Disorders Quarterly


Welcome, Judy! As the retiring editor-in-chief, I am pleased to have Judy assuming this position. She will provide outstanding leadership for Communication Disorders Quarterly (CDQ). It has been a rewarding experience to work with our outstanding editorial board and contributing authors. I am confident that CDQ will continue to evolve under the new editor and editorial board.

Kathy Coufal

Wichita State University, Kansas

With this issue, CDQ begins its 29th volume year. This is a remarkable milestone in the field of special education. For 29 years, CDQ has provided professionals in the fields of speech, language, hearing, and deaf education with a place to both contribute to the knowledge base and discover new information and ideas from the research-based educational strategies found in its articles. This journal has been a leader in the field of special education, and its success can be attributed directly to those of you who have been loyal readers, contributing authors, and reviewers.

Many valuable contributions have been made in the prior volumes of CDQ by a great many researchers and service providers. You will see many of these fine editors and authors returning with new articles--they continue to be prolific thinkers and writers. I owe a special debt of gratitude to the editors of CDQ who have preceded me--Drs. Kathy Coufal and Alejandro Brice.

CDQ is the official journal of the Division for Communicative Disabilities and Deafness of the Council for Exceptional Children. The Division for Communicative Disabilities and Deafness board and membership are key supporters of this effort to engage the professionals of this diverse field. Readers can look forward to new columns, articles by international authors and editors, and insightful interviews in From the Field, as well as special topics issues like this one on multicultural issues, which was inspired and organized by Dr. …

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