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Frishberg, N. 1990. Interpreting: An introduction (rev. ed.). Silver Spring, Md.: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.

Gannon, J. R. 1981. Deaf heritage: A narrative history of deaf America. Silver Spring, Md.: National Association of the Deaf.

Hayes, P. L. 1991. Educational interpreters for deaf students: Their responsibilities, problems, and concerns. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

_____. 1992. Educational interpreters for deaf students: Their responsibilities, problems, and concerns. Journal of Interpretation 5(1): 5–24.

Heavner, J. 1986. Interpreting in the educational setting: Technical assistance paper number 12. Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida Bureau of Education for Exceptional Students, Division of Public Schools.

Hurwitz, T. A. 1991. Report from national task force on educational interpreting. In Conference proceedings: Educational interpreting: Into the 1990s, November 9–11, 1989, 19–23. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University College of Continuing Education.

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1990 (IDEA), Public Law 101-476, U.S. Code vol. 20, secs. 1400–1485.

Johnson County Community College (JCCC). 2002. Regional assessment system, K–12 interpreters needs assessment, summer 2002. Overland Park, Kans.: Johnson County Community College, Office of Institutional Research.

Johnson, L., and E. A. Winston. 1999. The educational interpreting certificate program: New approaches to educating the educational interpreter. VIEWS 16(2): 19.

Jones, B. E., ed. 1989. A handbook for educational interpreters: Elementary settings, secondary settings, post-secondary academic settings, post-secondary technical and vocational programs, 3rd printing. Overland Park, Kans.: Johnson County Community College.

_____. 1999. Providing access: “New roles” for educational interpreters. VIEWS 16(2): 15.

_____. 2001. Working K–12 interpreter characteristics. Unpublished class study (EDI 234), Educational Interpreting Certificate Program, Front Range Community College, Westminster, Colo.

Jones, B. E., G. M. Clark, and D. F. Soltz. 1997. Characteristics and practices of sign language interpreters in inclusive education programs. Exceptional Children 63(2): 257–68.

Kansas Legislature. Kansas State Act Concerning Interpreters (1993) HB 2257.

Kidder, R. M. 1996. How good people make tough choices. New York, N.Y.: Fireside.

Lane, H. 1984. When the mind hears: A history of the deaf. New York, N.Y.: Random House.

L’Epée, C. M. 1801. The method of educating the deaf and dumb; confirmed by long experience (translated from the French and Latin). London, U.K.: T. Cadell, Robson, Harding and Longman/Rees.

Luckner, J., and S. Muir. 2001. Successful students who are deaf in general education settings. American Annals of the Deaf 146(5): 435–45.


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