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The effects of fluency-based autism training on emerging educational leaders

@inproceedings{Barbera2011TheEO,
  title={The effects of fluency-based autism training on emerging educational leaders},
  author={Mary Lynch Barbera},
  year={2011}
}
A substantial increase in the number of children being diagnosed with autism within the past decade has greatly expanded the need for qualified individuals to serve as therapists, teachers, and aides for these students. Leaders in corporate, community, and educational organizations are having a difficult time meeting the diverse training needs of students, parents, and staff. A servant-operant leadership approach provided a framework for the study. Using a quasiexperimental design, this study… 

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