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Cawthon, Stephanie, & Leppo, Rachel, “Assessment accommodations on tests of academic achievement for students who are deaf or hard of hearing: A qualitative metaanalysis of the research literature,” 363–376.

Cawthon, Stephanie W., Leppo, Rachel, & the pepnet 2 Research and Evidence Synthesis Team, “Accommodating quality for students who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing,” 438–452.


Zane, Thomas, Carlson, Mark, Estep, David, & Quinn, Mike, “Using functional assessment to treat behavior problems of deaf and hard of hearing children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder,” 555–566.

Book Reviews

Cawthon, Stephanie W., “A breadth of perspectives on CBM [Book Review of A measure of success: The influence of Curriculum-Based Measurement on education], 387–389.

Cawthon, Stephanie W., “Of dog ears and hyperlinks,” [Book Review of Literacy instruction for students who are deaf and hard of hearing], 472–474.

Wang, Ye, “Knowing the name of something versus knowing something,” [Book Review of Assessing literacy in deaf individuals], 468–471.


Weiner, Mary T., Day, Stefanie J., & Galvan, Dennis, “Deaf and hard of hearing students’ perspectives on bullying and school climate,” 324–343.


Stinson, Michael S., & Stevenson, Susan, “Effects of expanded and standard captions on deaf college students’ comprehension of educational videos,” 453–467.


Beal-Alvarez, Jennifer S., & Easterbrooks, Susan R., “Increasing children’s ASL classifier production: A multi - component intervention,” 311–333.


Paul, Peter V. “A little learning is a dang’rous thing,” 3–6. Paul, Peter V., “The view from the edge: Rethinking a few ideas,” 287 291.

Paul, Peter V., “Understanding that “R” or “L” word . . . and addressing the mysterious black box,” 393–396. Paul, Peter V., “Questions, answers, & decontextualized rationality,” 477–480.


Eriks-Brophy, Alice, & Whittingham, JoAnne, “Teachers’ perceptions of the inclusion of children with hearing loss in general education settings,” 63–97.

Moores, Donald F., “One size does not fit all: Individualized instruction in a standardized educational system,” [Invited Essay], 98–104.

Rabinsky, Rebecca J., “Itinerant Deaf educator and general educator perceptions of the d/hh push-in model,” 50–62.


Walter, Gerard G., & Dirmyer, Richard, “The effect of education on the occupational status of deaf and hard of hearing 26-to-64-year-olds,” 41–49.

Language Acquisition

Bennett, Jessica G., Gardner III, Ralph, & Rizzi, Gleides Lopes, “Deaf and hard of hearing students’ through-the-air English skills: A review of formal assessments,” 506–521.

Berent, Gerald P., Kelly, Ronald A., Albertini, John A., & Toscano, Rose Marie, “Deaf students’ knowledge of subtle lexical properties of transitive and intransitive English verbs,” 344–362.

Cannon, Joanna E., & Kirby, Susannah, “Grammar structures and deaf and hard of hearing students: A review of past performance and a report of new findings,” 292–310.

Golos, Debbie S., & Moses, Annie M., “Developing preschool deaf children’s language and literacy learning from an educational media series,” 411–425.

Jackson, Carla Wood, & Schatschneider, Christopher, “Rate of language growth in children with hearing loss in one auditory-verbal early intervention program,” 539–554.

Li, Degao, Gao, Kejuan, Wu, Xueyun, Chen, Xiaojun, Zhang, Xiaona, Li, Ling, & He, Weiwei, “Deaf and hard of hearing adolescents’ processing of pictures and written words for taxonomic categories in a priming task of semantic categorization,” 426–437.

Letters to the Editor

Andrews, Jean F., “Assessment and reading paradigms: A response to John Luckner,” 399–405.

Luckner, John L., “Luckner’s Response to Andrews,” 406–409.

Marlatt, Edward, “The evolution of the education of deaf and hard of hearing children into speech-language pathology, educational audiology, & special education,” 484–485.

Martin, David S., & Mounty, Judith L., “Letter to the Editor,” 410.


Luckner, John L. “Using the dynamic indicators of basic early literacy skills with students who are deaf or hard of hearing: Perspectives of a panel of experts,” 7–19.

Memorial Editorials

Andrews, Jean, & Moores, Don, “McCay Vernon: A life worth celebrating,” 397–398.

LaSasso, Carol, Hanks, Wendy D., & Yoshinaga-Itano, Christine, “In memoriam: Robert Steven Ackley,” 481–482.

Mowl Jr., Harold, Rhoten, Donald, & Finnegan, Joseph, “In memoriam: John T. Tiffany,” 483.

Phonemic Awareness

Wang, Ye, Spychala, Heather, Harris, Regina S., & Oetting, Tara L., “The effectiveness of a phonics-based early intervention for deaf and hard of hearing preschool children and its possible impact on reading skills in elementary school: A case study,” 107–120.

Phonological Awareness

Messier, Jane, & Jackson, Carla Wood, “A comparison of phonemic and phonological awareness in educators working with children who are d/deaf or hard of hearing,” 522–538.

Park, Jungjun, Lombardino, Linda J., & Ritter, Michaela J. “Phonology matters: A comprehensive investigation of reading and spelling skills of school-age children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss,” 20–40.


Luckner, John L., & Sebald, Ann M., “Promoting self-determination of students who are deaf or hard of hearing,” [Invited Essay], 377–386.


Beal-Alvarez, Jennifer, & Cannon, Joanna E., “Technology intervention research with deaf and hard of hearing learners: Levels of evidence,” 486–505.