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Breakthrough: Federal Special Education Legislation 1965-1981


reviewed by Rhonda S Black September 26, 2015

coverTitle: Breakthrough: Federal Special Education Legislation 1965-1981
Author(s): Edwin W Martin
Publisher: Bardolf & Company,
ISBN: 1938842057, Pages: 246, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 26, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18131, Date Accessed: 4/29/2017 7:17:16 AM

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  • Rhonda Black
    University of Hawaii
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    RHONDA S. BLACK, EdD, is a Professor of Special Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She teaches classes in research design, skills for social competence, transition from school to adult services for individuals with disabilities, and media portrayal of disability. Much of her professional work has focused on cultural considerations in special education, community and social inclusion of individuals with disabilities, and healthy sexuality and abuse prevention for young adults and adults with disabilities. She began working with young adults with disabilities 30 years ago, and since that time has worked with students, teachers, and program personnel at all levels from pre-school to adult. She works with many schools in Hawaii in the preparation of pre-service teachers and continuing education of in-service educators.
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