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Teacher Candidates with Disabilities: A Decision-Making Flowchart
Unformatted Document Text:  References Bartlett v. New York State Board of Law Examiners (1998). 156 F. 3d. 321 (2nd Cir. 1998). Brulle, A. R. (1996). Students with learning disabilities and teacher preparation. Critical Issues in Teacher Education, 5, 13-25. Brulle, A. R., Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., & Wyland, S. (1997). Faculty attitudes toward students with learning disabilities in teacher preparation. Critical Issues in Teacher Preparation, 7, 24-32. Corcoran, J., & Carlson, C. (1994). The teacher who couldn’t read. Colorado Springs, CO: Focus on the Family. Gerber, P. J. (1992). Reflections on being learning disabled and a beginning teacher and teaching a class of students with learning disabilities. Exceptionality, 3, 259-263. Gerber, P. J. (1994). Case study 3: T.J.: Starting all over again. In Foucar-Szicki, ed., Case studies for teacher training and educational leadership. Harrisonburg, VA: The Commonwealth Center for the Education of Teachers. Gerber, P. J. (1998). Trials and tribulations of a teacher with learning disabilities through his first two years of employment. In R. Anderson, C. Keller, and J. Karp, eds. Enhancing diversity: Educators with disabilities. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. Guckenberger v. Boston University (1997). 974 F. Supp. 106 (D. Mass. 1997).Gurmankin v. Costanzo (1977). 556 F. 2d. 184 (3d Cir. 1977).Henderson, C. (1995). College freshman with disabilities: A triennial statistical profile. Washington, DC: American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center. Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., Brulle, A. R., & Wyland, S. (1998). Faculty attitudes and practices regarding students with disabilities: Two decades after implementation of Section 504. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disabilities, 13 (3), 5-19. Lipsett v. University of Puerto Rico (1986). 637 F. Supp. 798 (D.P.R. 1986).McGee, K. A., & Kauffman, J. M. (1989). Educating teachers with emotional disability: A balance of private and public interests. Teacher Education and Special Education, 12, 110-116. McGrath, M., Moody, D., & Olsen, H. C. (1987). Due process and avoidance of litigation in teacher education. Association of Teacher Education Newsletter, 6, 3-6. National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future. (1996). What matters most: Teaching for America’s future. Washington, DC: author. P. L. 93-112 (1973). Rehabilitation Act of 1973.P. L. 101-336 (1990). Americans with Disabilities Act.Southeastern Community College v. Davis (1979). 442 U.S. 397.Thurlow, M. L., & Johnson, D. R. (2000). High-stakes testing of students with disabilities. Journal of Teacher Education, 51, 305-314. Vogel, S. A., & Adelman, P. B. (1997). Adults with learning disabilities: A fifteen-year follow-up study. Paper presented at the International Dyslexia Association International Conference, Minneapolis. Vogel, S. A., Leyser, Y., Wyland, S., & Brulle, A. R. (1999). Students with learning disabilities in higher education: Faculty attitudes and practices. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 14, 173-186. Yanok, J. (1987). Equal opportunity in teacher education programs for the learning disabled. Journal of Teacher Education, 38, 48-52. 4

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References
Bartlett v. New York State Board of Law Examiners (1998). 156 F. 3d. 321 (2nd Cir.
1998).
Brulle, A. R. (1996). Students with learning disabilities and teacher preparation. Critical
Issues in Teacher Education, 5, 13-25.
Brulle, A. R., Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., & Wyland, S. (1997). Faculty attitudes toward
students with learning disabilities in teacher preparation. Critical Issues in Teacher Preparation,
7, 24-32.
Corcoran, J., & Carlson, C. (1994). The teacher who couldn’t read. Colorado Springs,
CO: Focus on the Family.
Gerber, P. J. (1992). Reflections on being learning disabled and a beginning teacher and
teaching a class of students with learning disabilities. Exceptionality, 3, 259-263.
Gerber, P. J. (1994). Case study 3: T.J.: Starting all over again. In Foucar-Szicki, ed.,
Case studies for teacher training and educational leadership. Harrisonburg, VA: The
Commonwealth Center for the Education of Teachers.
Gerber, P. J. (1998). Trials and tribulations of a teacher with learning disabilities through
his first two years of employment. In R. Anderson, C. Keller, and J. Karp, eds. Enhancing
diversity: Educators with disabilities. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Guckenberger v. Boston University (1997). 974 F. Supp. 106 (D. Mass. 1997).
Gurmankin v. Costanzo (1977). 556 F. 2d. 184 (3d Cir. 1977).
Henderson, C. (1995). College freshman with disabilities: A triennial statistical profile.
Washington, DC: American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center.
Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., Brulle, A. R., & Wyland, S. (1998). Faculty attitudes and
practices regarding students with disabilities: Two decades after implementation of Section 504.
Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disabilities, 13 (3), 5-19.
Lipsett v. University of Puerto Rico (1986). 637 F. Supp. 798 (D.P.R. 1986).
McGee, K. A., & Kauffman, J. M. (1989). Educating teachers with emotional disability:
A balance of private and public interests. Teacher Education and Special Education, 12, 110-
116.
McGrath, M., Moody, D., & Olsen, H. C. (1987). Due process and avoidance of
litigation in teacher education. Association of Teacher Education Newsletter, 6, 3-6.
National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future. (1996). What matters most:
Teaching for America’s future. Washington, DC: author.
P. L. 93-112 (1973). Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
P. L. 101-336 (1990). Americans with Disabilities Act.
Southeastern Community College v. Davis (1979). 442 U.S. 397.
Thurlow, M. L., & Johnson, D. R. (2000). High-stakes testing of students with
disabilities. Journal of Teacher Education, 51, 305-314.
Vogel, S. A., & Adelman, P. B. (1997). Adults with learning disabilities: A fifteen-year
follow-up study. Paper presented at the International Dyslexia Association International
Conference, Minneapolis.
Vogel, S. A., Leyser, Y., Wyland, S., & Brulle, A. R. (1999). Students with learning
disabilities in higher education: Faculty attitudes and practices. Learning Disabilities Research
and Practice, 14, 173-186.
Yanok, J. (1987). Equal opportunity in teacher education programs for the learning
disabled. Journal of Teacher Education, 38, 48-52.
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