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Schools’ Efforts to Involve Latino Families of Students with Visual Impairments
Abstract: This study found that Latino families thought that schools did well in providing information about their children with visual impairments and inviting families to school programs and poorly on encouraging families to volunteer at school, providing assistance to families in helping their children with self-care activities, and making home visits. The families’ ratings varied by the children’s ages and reading modes, by the length of time the families had lived in the United States, and the languages the families spoke.
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