By David S. Martin
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Geraldine Slaughter in the initial preparation of manuscripts. Finally, to Ms. Ivey Pittle Wallace, Managing Editor of Gallaudet Press, I give a special note of appreciation for the critically important work of shepherding a complex manuscript through the various processes leading to publication. To all, then, I express deep gratitude for bringing this volume to reality. Page xiii CONTRIBUTORS Ms. Dinaz Adenwalla Department of Education Gallaudet University Washington, DC 20002 Dr. Tane Akamatsu Department of Education Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 488241034 Dr.
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It is impossible to overstate the importance of this event. Never before had researchers, scholars, and teachers from these three fields come together to share their work, discuss their points of view, and learn from each other. It was a singularly successful conference, accomplishing even more than the organizers had hoped. From the conference came a book, Cognition, Education, and Deafness. Publication of this book extended the excitement of the conference to a wider audience and subsequently led to a second conference.