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Because specialists may be hundreds of kilometres away.
Beginning with the principal's enthusiasm for me having the position, the school psychologists being very welcoming and offering assistance, other Resources Specialists in the district offering suggestions, and the speech & language specialist providing pointers, all afforded a sense of inclusion and ease with this new position.
And in Minnesota, of schools with above-average scores on grade 3, 5 and 8 reading tests, nearly 67 percent were schools with full-time library media specialists.
The auditor does this even when management uses a valuation specialist to prepare the estimate.
Further research exploring the contributions of library media programs to equitable access and use regarding information technology and information resources could have several positive effects: it could help library media specialists address a topic that is closely allied with the profession's key ethical principles, and it could create a body of evidence that demonstrates library media programs' unique role in the achievement of all our students--disabled and disadvantaged as well as "typical.
The needs of different types of leaders can be addressed, but it requires a careful examination of staff training procedures and a clear understanding that specialists and generalists are not equal.
Hiestand said that the doctors intentionally withheld the fact that a utilization review board makes all decisions on whether a patient could see a specialist, and Ruschell relied on that information.
Specialists are more familiar with standards of care for the diseases they treat regularly, says Harlan M.
The value of primary care notwithstanding, questions have been raised about whether generalist physicians, who are the primary care providers for most patients, have the skills to take on these new responsibilities and whether providing incentives to restrict access to specialists and/or provide care themselves compromises the quality of care.
Individuals with certain chronic health conditions may have an ongoing relationship with a specialist or specialists that can be the equivalent of a relationship with a primary-care physician.
Beginning in the vocational evaluation phase, employment specialists should be required to contact all.