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Volume 25, Issue 4 (1996)

Integrating the Special Education and Compensatory Education Systems Into the School Reform Process: A National Perspective

pp. 418—430

Abstract: School psychologists who are savvy about State and Federal reform policies benefit in two ways: (a) they have an enhanced potential to actively participate in school reform, and (b) they are better able to facilitate the inclusion of students with special needs in the many programs that result from education reform. In this article, we present an overview of federal and state reform legislation, organizations, and activities and tie these happenings to the roles and responsibilities of school psychologists.

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