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Augmented and Virtual Realities in Special Education Contexts
Workload Manageability
Effects of implementing a transition curriculum using Google Classroom on the self-determination, post-secondary readiness, and career readiness skills of high school students with high incidence disabilities
Examining Teachers’ Attitudes Toward the Inclusion of Students Using Alternate Standards in Regular Standards Core Academic Classes
Middle school teacher and support staff perceptions of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
Overcoming Childhood Adversity
Perspectives of special education teachers on students with disabilities in an inclusive setting
Preventing Abandonment of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices for Students with Autism: Parent Perspectives for Successful Implementation
Principals' perspectives in determining the least restrictive environment for students with disabilities in rural Northwestern Pennsylvania schools
The Efficacy of Equine-assisted Activities on Social Outcomes of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Effectiveness of a Summer Intervention Program on Improving Kindergarten Readiness in At-Risk Students
The Impact of Discontinue Criteria on Potential Gifted Students' Scores on the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children - Fifth Edition
Providing Tier 2 math Interventions within Core Instruction
Examining the Efficacy of Universally Delivered Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum, Second Step: A Mixed-Method Study of the Effects on Regular and Special Education Student Behavior and Teacher Instructional Competence
A Phenomenological Qualitative Inquiry: Assistive Technology Use or Discontinued Use in the School Setting
Music, Identity, & Authenticity: Reflecting the Narratives of Black Queer Men through Piano-Based Music Improvisation
Teachers' Perceptions of Successfully Sustained PBIS Programs
Trauma-Informed Care
Teacher Preparedness for Educating Students with Emotional Disturbances within the Inclusive Setting
Key Factors Contributing to the Academic Success of African American Males with a Disability