Issues in Educating Students with Disabilities

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the current research and practices which show productive and successful outcomes, and to select authors known for their scholarly contributions to this field. Although this is a multiauthored volume, the planning and structure that the editors provided for the authors have enhanced the continuity of the content so successfully that readers will have a sense of reading a single-authored textbook.


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