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Volume 26, Issue 3 (1997)

Introduction to Interventions for Students With Learning Disabilities: Myths and Realities

pp. 326—332

Although assessment remains a primary role of school psychologists (Fagan & Wise, 1994), many school psychologists are expanding their role to include direct intervention and indirect consultation services. In their role as intervention specialists, school psychologists confront many myths-some of which may be dispelled by a review of the research literature and some of which may be dispelled only by the experience of applying research findings about intervention to the realities of schools.

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