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  1. Caregivers' Perceptions of COVID-19 Educational Disruptions on Children With Developmental Language Disorder and Typically Developing Peers
  2. A Review of Screeners to Identify Risk of Developmental Language Disorder
  3. Minding the Gap: Using Implementation Science to Improve Clinical Practice in Schools
  4. What Works in Collaboration? Identifying Key Ingredients to Improve Service Delivery in Schools
  5. Preliteracy Skills Mediate the Relation Between Early Speech Sound Production and Subsequent Reading Outcomes
  6. Adapting Curricula for Children With Language Comprehension Deficits
  7. A Generic Implementation Framework for School-Based Research and Practice
  8. Disability categories in U.S. schools
  9. Building Sustainable Models of Research–Practice Partnerships Within Educational Systems
  10. Less Is More: Implementing the Minimal Intervention Needed for Change Approach to Increase Contextual Fit of Speech-Language Interventions
  11. Erratum to “The Structure of Word Learning in Young School-Age Children”
  12. Working Memory Predicts New Word Learning Over and Above Existing Vocabulary and Nonverbal IQ
  13. What is stored in memory when children learn new words?
  14. Predicting Dyslexia in Children With Developmental Language Disorder
  15. Novel Word Learning in Children Who Are Bilingual: Comparison to Monolingual Peers
  16. Working Memory Profiles of Children With Dyslexia, Developmental Language Disorder, or Both
  17. Identifying Children at Risk for Developmental Language Disorder Using a Brief, Whole-Classroom Screen
  18. What Speech-Language Pathologists Need to Know About Dyslexia
  19. Phonological vulnerability for school-aged Spanish-English-speaking bilingual children
  20. Spoken word learning by children with dyslexia
  21. Children with Apraxia of Speech don't all have poor speech perception
  22. Speech Inconsistency in Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech Depends on the Test
  23. Word Learning Deficits in Children With Dyslexia
  24. Orthography and Modality Influence Speech Production in Adults and Children
  25. Consequences of Co-Occurring Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder on Children's Language Impairments