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Web Special Feature: A Survey of the Current Status of Visually Impaired Students in Secondary Mathematics--A Classic Article from 1992
Abstract: Abstract: This survey of teachers of students who are visually impaired describes a group of students in grades 9–12 taking selected math courses. Teachers were questioned about services that were provided, mathematical teaching tools used, and additional related issues. The results of the survey reveal that teachers encounter continuing difficulties in providing materials and equipment and few students are participating in the more advanced math classes.
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