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Sanderson, G., and G. Gustason, eds. 1993. Model standards for the certification of educational interpreters for deaf students and suggested options for routes to certification. Silver Spring, Md.: Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and Council on Education of the Deaf.

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Schein, J. D., B. L. Mallory, and S. Greaves. 1991. Communication for deaf students in mainstream classrooms. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta.

Schick, B. 2001. Interpreting for children: How it is different. Odyssey 2(Winter/Spring): 8–11.

Schick, B. and K. Williams. 1994. The evaluation of educational interpreters. In Sign language in the schools: Current issues and controversies, eds. B. Schick and M. P. Moeller. Omaha, Nebr.: Boys Town Press.

_____. 2001. The Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment. Odyssey 2(Winter/Spring): 12–14.

Schick, B., K. Williams, and L. Bolster. 1999. Skill levels of educational interpreters working in public schools. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 4(2): 144–55.

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Schrag, J. 1991. Special education in the 1990s, Keynote address. In Conference proceedings: Educational interpreting: Into the 1990s, November 9–11, 1989. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University College of Continuing Education.

Seal, B. C. 1998. Best practices in educational interpreting. Boston, Mass.: Allyn and Bacon.

Stedt, J. D., and D. F. Moores. 1990. Manual codes of English and American Sign Language. In Manual communication: Implications for education, ed. H. Bornstein, 1–20. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press.

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Togioka, P. 1990. Looking at educational interpreting theory: Course content and rationale used in a training program for educational interpreters. In The challenge of the 90’s: New standards in interpreter education, ed. L. Swaby. Proceedings of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers, eighth national convention, Pomona, Calif.

Turnbull, H. R., III. 1990. Free appropriate education: The law and children with disabilities. Denver, Colo.: Love Publishing.

U.S. Department of Education. 1999. To assure the free appropriate public education of all children with disabilities: Twenty-first annual report to Congress on the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Act. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education.


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