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(p. 367) Implementation of Instructional Consultation Teams: An Analysis of a School-University Partnership 

(p. 367) Implementation of Instructional Consultation Teams: An Analysis of a School-University Partnership
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(p. 367) Implementation of Instructional Consultation Teams: An Analysis of a School-University Partnership
Author(s):

Deborah Nelson

, Kathy Aux

, Michael T. Neall

, and Todd A. Gravois

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195325355.003.0013
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This chapter details a partnership between universityand school district professionals. The purpose of this partnership was toimplement and research a particular innovation, Instructional ConsultationTeams (IC Teams), which aimed to create and maintainstudent success within the general education environment by supportingthe classroom teacher. The chapter will analyzes the five-yearpartnership from the perspectives of the university trainer, the district leveladministrator, and a school-based implementer.

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