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Bausch, M. E., & Ault, M. J. (2008). Assistive technology implementation plan. Teaching Exceptional Children, 41(1), 6–14.
Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database. Accession Number: 34310923.
Cook, B. G., & Rumrill, P. D., Jr. (2000). Inclusion and transition: Partners in progress or policy paradox?. Work, 14(1), 13–21.
Retrieved from Education Source database. Accession Number: 5547733.
Goswami, U. (2004). Neuroscience, education and special education. British Journal of Special Education, 31(4), 175–183.
Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database.Accession Number:15373455.
Harry, B. (2008). Collaboration with culturally and linguistically diverse families: Ideal versus reality. Exceptional Children, 74(3), 372–388.
Retrieved from Teacher Reference Center database. Accession Number: 31124148.
J. B., Reid, R., & Ellis, C. (2008). Special educators' knowledge
regarding psychotropic interventions for students with emotional and
behavioral disorders. Remedial & Special Education, 29(5), 269–279.
Retrieved from ProQuest Central database. Accession Number: 34366312.
Vail, K. (2005). The medicated child. American School Board Journal, 192(3), 26–28. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database.Accession Number: 5927776.
Haren, B., & Fiedler, C. R. (2008). Support and empower families of
children with disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic, 43(4),
Retrieved from Teacher Reference Center database. Accession Number:31120744.
Wiener, J., & Tardif, C. Y. (2004). Social and emotional functioning of children with learning disabilities: Does special education placement make a difference? Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 19(1), 20–32. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database. Accession Number: 12142449.
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