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February 2012 • Volume 106 Number 2

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Applying a Response-to-Intervention Model to Literacy Instruction for Students Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

Cheryl Kamei-Hannan, M. Cay Holbrook, and Leila A. Ricci


The Changing Role and Practice of Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments: Practitioners' Views from Australia

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Jane Emily Brown and Wendi Beamish


An Examination of 40 Years of Mathematics Education Among Norwegian Braille-Reading Students

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Oliv G. Klingenberg, Per Fosse, and Liv Berit Augestad


Physical Education and Children with CHARGE Syndrome: Research to Practice

Lauren J. Lieberman, Pamela Haibach, and Haley Schedlin

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Increasing Communication Skills: A Case Study of a Man with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Vision Loss

S. Brian Kee, Laura Baylot Casey, Clayton R. Cea, David F. Bicard, and Sara E. Bicard


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