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Welcome to the Journal of Educational Leadership in Action (ELA) and our first faculty/student issue (Volume 4, Issue 2).  We welcome your readership and encourage you to submit for future publication(s). This issue reflects diversity in content and authorship. We look forward to hearing from you!

- Editors, Journal of Educational Leadership in Action (ELA)

One Treatment Plan for Autism Does not Fit All

One Treatment Plan for Autism Does not Fit All

Student Article by Diane Hassebrock

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Identifying and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Identifying and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Student Article by Jennie McFadden

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Classroom-Based, Teacher-Led Action Research as a Process for Enhancing Teaching and Learning

Classroom-Based, Teacher-Led Action Research as a Process for Enhancing Teaching and Learning

Faculty Article by Dr. Craig Mertler and Dr. Adam Hartley

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International Higher Education as Catalyst for Social Change

International Higher Education as Catalyst for Social Change

Faculty Article by Dr. Fay Patel

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Independence Starts with Teaching: Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies to Build Self-Advocacy and Independence in Students with Autism

Independence Starts with Teaching: Implementing Evidence-Based Strategies to Build Self-Advocacy and Independence in Students with Autism

Student Article by Kelsey Tobey

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