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"Makes a distinct contribution to the field, addressing a critical area of responsibility for schools under IDEA 2004."
—Gary Clark, Professor of Special Education
University of Kansas
"Will become a valuable resource to many stakeholders."
—Jeanne Repetto, Professor of Special Education
University of Florida
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