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CBM v. 10 - Education

Contents
  1. Editorial - John Rae
  2. President's Message - Robert J. Fenton
  3. 2000 Nfb Convention - Lisa Wilson
  4. Bank of Canada Issues New Bank Notes - John Rae
  5. Blind Medical Student Faces Skeptics, Critics - Pam Noles
  6. A Personal View of Quebec's Education System For Children With Vision Impairments - Dana Star
  7. Blindness No Bar in The Path of Education - Alex Fernandes
  8. Challenges and Opportunities Facing Visually Impaired Persons - Laura Beaudin
  9. Computers Tipped to Replace Writing - Amanda Wells
  10. Distance Education At Oregon State University
  11. Distance Education Could Open Doors For The Blind - Betty Nobel
  12. Educational Math Program For Blind - Jonathan D. Beard, UPI Science Writer, March 16, 2000
  13. Effective Advocacy on Behalf of Children in Educational Settings - Robert Fenton
  14. How Do You Think You Would Cope in a Post-Secondary Educational Institution If You Were Deaf and Blind? - Karen Coffey-Crouch
  15. Mary Randall - Cindy McGlynn
  16. My Post-Secondary Experiences
  17. Neads Visionary Leadership - Jennison Asuncion and Frank Smith
  18. The Importance of Parent Support Groups - Susan Wolak
  19. Pierre Trudeau's Legacy - David Lepofsky
  20. School's Vision, Courses Help Blind Beat Barriers - Paulo Braga
  21. Teacher's Disability Discrimination Win
  22. Special Education in Crisis: The Road to Recovery - Richard Marion
  23. The Transition to Post-Secondary Education - Robin Mandell
  24. What Is It Like For a Deaf-Blind Person to Attend a Conference? - Penny Leclair
  25. When to Augment Print With Braille For The Student With Low Vision? - Karen Nagel
  26. Nfb: Ae's Brief to The Crtc(A): All-Channel Alert
  27. Removing Access Barriers to The Canadian Library System: a Brief Submitted to The Task Force on Access to Information For Print Disabled Canadians
  28. Nfb: Ae's Brief to The Crtc on Cnib's Proposed National Information Centre
  29. The Chronicle of Higher Education - Sara Hebel
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