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About the Author
Kymberly Harris Drawdy, Ph.D., is an associate professor of special education at Georgia Southern University. Dr. Drawdy’s research interests include identifying best practices for including students with disabilities in general education math classrooms, preservice teacher preparation at the graduate and undergraduate level, preservice teacher math effi cacy, and curriculum matching of state math standards to common math practices at the secondary level.