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February 2009 • Volume 103 Number 2

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Experiences of Parents with Visual Impairments Who Are Raising Children

L. Penny Rosenblum, Sunggye Hong, and Beth Harris


Characteristics of Individuals with Congenital and Acquired Deaf-Blindness

Dawn M. Dalby, John P. Hirdes, Paul Stolee, J. Graham Strong, Jeff Poss, Erin Y. Tjam, Lindsay Bowman, and Melody Ashworth


Expanded Core Curriculum: 12 Years Later

Keri Lohmeier, Karen Blankenship, and Phil Hatlen

Practice Report

Policy Analysis of Science-based Best Practices for Students with Visual Impairments

Tiffany Wild and Ann Allen

Research Report

The Functional Classification of Brain Damage-Related Vision Loss

August Colenbrander


Editor's Page

Practice Perspectives

The Case of the Reluctant Reader: Insights from Three Professionals

Jane N. Erin

Braille Celebration

Challenges and Solutions in Teaching Braille in an Online-Education Model

Sheila Amato

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