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JAASEP Editorial Board of Reviewers

A Systematic Review of Video Modeling Interventions to Improve the Independent Living Skills of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability

Kaylee S. Wynkoop, Daniel R. Wissinger, and Matthew Van Horn

What Challenges do Special Education Teacher Educators Encounter While Preparing Novice Special Education Teachers?

Laurie A. Sharp & Frank Goode

Services and Supports for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Siddiq Ahmed, Morgan Chitiyo, and Mohamad Al-Jaffal

How Parents of Students with PANDAS or PANS Perceive the Educational Process

Patricia Rice Doran and Elizabeth O’Hanlon

The Changing Role of the Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf: A Snapshot of Current Teacher Perceptions

Holly F. Pedersen and Karen L. Anderson

Augmentative and Alternative Communication in Classrooms: Special Education Teacher Competences

Rashed A. Aldabas

Overcoming Adapted Physical Education Barriers through Collaboration among Special Educators and Administrators

Scott W.T. McNamara, Lisa Silliman-French, Valda Morgan, and Tammy L. Stephens-Pisecco

Perceived Effectiveness of Classroom Management Interventions with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Darlene Desbrow

Theory to Practice: Implementation Achievements and Challenges of Response to Intervention in a Rural District

Brenda L. Barrio, Kira J. Carbonneau, Marcus Poppen, Darcy Miller, Michael Dunn, and Yun-Ju Hsiao

General Educator Perceptions of School Support in Teaching Students with an IEP

Faith Kenny

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