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  • Disability and Campus Dynamicsby Wendy S. Harbour; Joseph W. Madaus

    Wiley 2011; US$ 26.10

    Prepare your institution for a new generation of disability services that embraces the growing student, as well as staff and faculty population with disabilities. Legal compliance, reasonable accommodations, classroom instruction issues, strategies to improve the campus climate and more--this volume examines what disability services may have to offer,... more...

  • How Did You Get Here?by Thomas Hehir; Laura A. Schifter; Wendy S. Harbour; David Rose

    Harvard Education Press 2015; US$ 34.99

    When their children were young, several parents interviewed in this book were told “you can’t expect much from your child.” As they got older, the kids themselves often heard the same thing: that as children with disabilities, academic success would be elusive, if not impossible, for them.  How Did You Get Here?  clearly refutes these common, destructive... more...

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