1. Editorial: Progress Is Not Our Most Important Product
  2. Donald F. Moores
  3. pp. 249-250
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  1. Discrete Mathematics in Deaf Education: A Survey of Teachers' Knowledge and Uses
  2. Claudia M. Pagliaro, Karen L. Kritzer
  3. pp. 251-259
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  1. Interviews With Deaf Children About Their Experiences Using Cochlear Implants
  2. Gunilla Preisler, Anna-Lena Tvingstedt, Margareta Ahlstrom
  3. pp. 260-267
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  1. Characteristics of the Population of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students With Emotional Disturbance in Illinois
  2. Cheri L. Sinnott, Thomas W. Jones
  3. pp. 268-272
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  1. How Physical Education Teacher Education Majors Should Be Prepared to Teach Students With Hearing Loss: A National Needs Assessment
  2. Kathleen J. Zaccagnini
  3. pp. 273-282
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  1. Obstacles Faced by Deaf People in the Criminal Justice System
  2. McCay Vernon, Katrina R. Miller
  3. pp. 283-291
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  1. The Effectiveness of International Development Assistance From American Organizations to Deaf Communities in Jamaica
  2. Amy T. Wilson
  3. pp. 292-304
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  1. Reading Comprehension and Its Relation to the Quality of Functional Hearing: Evidence From Readers With Different Functional Hearing Abilities
  2. Paul Miller
  3. pp. 305-323
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