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Preparing future educators to support inclusion: college students' attitudes following pre-professional preparations

@inproceedings{Shier2002PreparingFE,
  title={Preparing future educators to support inclusion: college students' attitudes following pre-professional preparations},
  author={Emily J. Shier},
  year={2002}
}
Shier Emily J. (Writer) (Last Name) (First Name) (Initial) Preparing Future Educators to Support Inclusion: College Students’ Attitudes Following Pre-professional Preparation (Title) Education Dr. Katherine Navarre August 2002 56 (Graduate Major) (Research Advisor) (Month/Year) (No. Of Pages) American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual (Name of Style Manual Used in this Study) In an ongoing effort to improve quality of education for persons with disabilities, initiatives have… 
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