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Speech-Language Pathologists Contributing Significantly to the Academic Success of High School Students: A Vision for Professional Health

Ehren, B.J. (2002). Speech-language pathologists contributing significantly to the academic success of high school students: A vision for professional growth. Topics in Language Disorders, 22(2), 60-80.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: This article explores various roles for speech-language pathologists in designing and implementing delivery models at the high school level and examines the concept of curriculum-relevant therapy.

 

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