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December 2010 • Volume 104 Number 12

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Phonological Awareness of Young Children with Visual Impairments

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Deborah D. Hatton, Karen A. Erickson, and Donna Brostek Lee


Effective Teaching Strategies: Case Studies from the Alphabetic Braille and Contracted Braille Study

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Lizbeth Barclay, Stephanie A. Herlich, and Sharon Zell Sacks

Error Analysis of Brailled Instructional Materials Produced by Public School Personnel in Texas

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Tina Herzberg

Research Report

Looking for Power: The Difficulties and Possibilities of Finding Participants for Braille Research

Tessa Wright


Editor's Page

Letter to the Editor

Response to an Article on the Status of Transition-Aged Youths with Visual Impairments

Daria W. Rice

COSB Commentary

The Expanded Core Curriculum and the Reauthorization of IDEA: Reality or Rhetoric?

Sharon Zell Sacks and Steven M. Rothstein

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