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August 2011 • Volume 105 Number 8

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Predictors of Employment for Youths with Visual Impairments: Findings from the Second National Longitudinal Transition Study

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Michele Capella McDonnall


Effects of the Proximity of Paraeducators on the Interactions of Braille Readers in Inclusive Settings

Beth A. Harris

General Education Teachers' Ratings of the Academic Engagement Level of Students Who Read Braille: A Comparison with Sighted Peers

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Julie A. Bardin and Sandra Lewis

Research Report

Parental Influence and the Attraction to Physical Activity for Youths Who Are Visually Impaired at a Residential-Day School

Stefan Ward, Charles Farnsworth, Megan Babkes-Stellino, and Jamis Perret


Editor's Page

Book Review

Foundations of Orientation and Mobility (3rd edition): Vol. 1 History and Theory and Vol. 2 Instructional Strategies and Practical Applications, William R. Wiener, Richard L. Welsh, and Bruce B. Blasch (Eds.)

Reviewed by Robert Shawn Wall Emerson and James Leja

This Mattered to Me

"Some Thoughts on Braille," by T. S. Eliot

Recommended by Sheila Amato

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"Some Thoughts on Braille," A classic article from 1952

by T. S. Eliot

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