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Critical Issues in Special Education
James E. Ysseldyke;Robert Algozzine;Martha L. Thurlow.
Assessment: In Special and Inclusive Education
John Salvia;James E. Ysseldyke;Sara Bolt.
Similarities and Differences Between Low Achievers and Students Classified Learning Disabled
James E. Ysseldyke;Bob Algozzine;Mark R. Shinn;Matthew McGue.
Journal of Special Education (1982)
Reported Prevalence of Evidence-Based Instructional Practices in Special Education
Matthew K. Burns;James E. Ysseldyke.
Journal of Special Education (2009)
Generalizations from Five Years of Research on Assessment and Decision Making: The University of Minnesota Institute:
James E. Ysseldyke;Martha Thurlow;Janet Graden;Caren Wesson.
Exceptional Education Quarterly (1983)
Alternative Schools: A Synthesis of State-Level Policy and Research
Camilla A. Lehr;Chee Soon Tan;Jim Ysseldyke.
Remedial and Special Education (2009)
School Psychology: A Blueprint for Training and Practice II.
Jim Ysseldyke;Peg Dawson;Camilla Lehr;Dan Reschly.
Testing Students With Disabilities: Practical Strategies for Complying With District and State Requirements
Martha L. Thurlow;Judy L. Elliott;James E. Ysseldyke.
Critical Instructional Factors for Students With Mild Handicaps An Integrative Review
Sandra L. Christenson;James E. Ysseldyke;Martha L. Thurlow.
Remedial and Special Education (1989)
Declaring Students Eligible for Learning Disability Services: Why Bother with the Data?
James E. Ysseldyke;Bob Algozzine;Linda Richey;Janet Graden.
Learning Disability Quarterly (1982)
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