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  Volume 132, Number 5, November 1987

Table of Contents

Introduction

p. 276
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Editorial

p. 300
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How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Going?

pp. 301-303
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Legislative Trends and the Deaf Consumer

p. 304
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Section Leader: Jack G. Duncan, Legislative Counsel

p. 305
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Issues Facing People with Hearing Impairments and the 100th Congress

pp. 306-307
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The Legislative Climate

p. 308
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Amendments to P.L. 89-313

p. 308
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Discussion

p. 309
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Lifelong Learning and Employment

p. 310
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Section Leader: James DeCaro, Dean, National Technical Institute for the Deaf

p. 311
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Learning Throughout a Lifetime

pp. 312-314
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Trends and Directions in Vocational Rehabilitation and Their Influence Upon the Education of Deaf People

pp. 315-316
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People Who Are Disabled and Employment

pp. 317-318
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Discussion

p. 319
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Summation

p. 320
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Educational, Social, Technological and Scientific Trends and the Deaf Consumer

p. 321
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Section Leader: David M. Denton, Superintendent, Maryland School for the Deaf

p. 322
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Century 21: Social Trends and Deafness

pp. 323-325
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Technology and Science in the Management of Deafness

pp. 326-329
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Trends in Education

pp. 330-332
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Discussion

p. 333
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Summation

p. 334
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Quality Educational Programming

p. 335
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Section Leader: Harvey Jay Corson, Superintendent, Louisiana School for the Deaf

p. 336
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Early Identification and the Hearing Impaired Child's Right to Become

pp. 337-339
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Quality Education for All Deaf Children: An Achievable Goal

pp. 340-343
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Defining Quality at the Postsecondary Level

pp. 344-345
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Charting the Transition from School to Adulthood

pp. 346-348
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Discussion

p. 349
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Summation

p. 350
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Laying the Groundwork for the Future of Education of the Deaf

pp. 351-353
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References

pp. 354-356
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Research Areas

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