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Year:
2013
Author:
David L. Braddock, Richard E. Hemp, Mary Kay Rizzolo, Emily SHea Tanis, Laura Haffer, Amie Lulinski, and Jiang Wu
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
N/A
Trim Size:  
8.5 x 11
Member Price:   $
25.50
Item Number: 
264

    State of the States

    Member Price: $
    25.50
    Non-Member Price: 
    $30.00
    The ninth edition of this book is out of print.  The 2015 edition of The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities will be available in spring, 2015. We are taking orders for the new edition now!

    The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities is a thorough and one-of-a-kind investigation on public spending, revenues, and programmatic trends in intellectual and developmental services within the United States. Directed by noted researcher Dr. David Braddock, the study is rich in information on trends and analyses in developmental disability services, and contains a 4-page “report card” on each state’s performance in disability spending. This is a must-have reference for anyone working in the field of disabilities.

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    Praise for State of the States

    “This resource is well organized, easy to read, has useful references at the end of each chapter; and is pitched for audiences from general readers to professionals.”
    —Choice, Current Reviews for Academic Libraries

    “The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities is by far the best single source of information and analysis on spending trends and shifts in services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in this country.”
    —Dr. Margaret Nygren, Executive Director/CEO,
    American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    “The data in the State of the States are more important than ever as state governments and private providers move to more individualized support systems. Over the years, we have found the State of the States reference invaluable on multiple fronts and have come to rely on it extensively.”
    —Renee L. Pietroangleo, CEO, American Network Of Community Options And Resources