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The severe challenging behaviors exhibited by children with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) pose a unique challenge to the educational community (Nelson, 1996).
Similarly, teachers' use of positive statements has a positive interpersonal effect on the rates of disruptive behaviors exhibited by children with EBD.
Although this sampling isn't all-inclusive of every new product exhibited in Kansas City, it does provide a glimpse into many of the innovations that may have been missed,
Thermtronix exhibited two new "noncrucible" furnaces, available in both electric and gas-fired versions.
Yet the public has no say in what is being collected, reviewed, appraised, deducted from taxes, or exhibited.
This sampling of the new technology and enhancements exhibited at CastExpo '99 provides foundrymen with a recap of the show floor in St.