Special Issue on Service Delivery Contents
The Role of Specialized Schools for Students with Visual Impairments in the Continuum of Placement Options: The Right Help, at the Right Time, in the Right Place
A Longitudinal Study of Reading Development, Academic Achievement, and Support in Swedish Inclusive Education for Students with Blindness or Severe Visual Impairment
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Kim de Verdier and Ulla Ek
A Service Delivery Model for Physical Activity in Students with Visual Impairments: Camp Abilities
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Justin A. Haegele, Lauren J. Lieberman, Monica Lepore, and Maria Lepore-Stevens
Building on Existing Resources to Create New Learning Options for Students with Visual Impairments
Jane N. Erin
A Brief History of How and Why the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Developed Its Diversified Model of Service Delivery
The Guys Group: Navigating the Terrain of Adult Life Using Aspects of the Expanded Core Curriculum
Meeting the Expectations of the Workplace in the Schoolplace
Separated by a Driveway: Collaboration between Two State Specialized Schools to Assess Students with Deafblindness
Katie A. Smith and Stephanie Herlich
Braille Training for Blindness Professionals at The Hadley School for the Blind
NEWS AND FEATURES
Guest Editors' Page
The Common Goals and Elusive Solutions for Providing Access to Standardized Testing for Students with Visual Impairments
Marjorie A. Kaiser
Family Support and Early Intervention Services for the Youngest Children with Visual Impairments
Tanni L. Anthony
ECC Essentials: Teaching the Expanded Core Curriculum to Students with Visual Impairments, Carol B. Allman and Sandra Lewis, Editors, Susan J. Spungin, Consulting Editor
Reviewed by Rona L. Pogrund
News From the Field
JVIB thanks Eugene McMahon, Ed.D., executive director, Council of Schools & Services for the Blind, and Sharon Z. Sacks, Ph.D., acting superintendent, California School for the Blind for their scholarship and commitment as guest editors of this special issue on service delivery.
This issue is sponsored by the American Printing House for the Blind
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