provide trained professionals to serve students with low-incidence sensory disabilities (USD).
(2) Preparation programs for teaching students with LISD were rare and difficult to maintain because these programs targeted a "low-incidence" population that prepared very few teachers.
Jackson, L, Corea, S., Luckner, J., Muir, S. & Ferrell, K. (2005). Perceived needs of students with low incidence disabilities in rural areas. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 24, 3-14.
Educators, service providers
Charity Gamboa Embley,
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