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Dr. James Gentry has served stu-
dents with special learning needs
for 19 years. Today, Dr. Gentry is
a motivational speaker for parents
with children who have learning
differences. As an assistant profes-
sor at Tarleton State University, he
prepares future educators. He has
served as the assistant editor of the
Journal of the Effective Schools
Project (JESP) for five years. With
the Effective Schools Project, Dr.
Gentry provides in-services for
teachers at various school districts
in the Effective Schools Project's
service area each year.
Pam Lindsey is a professor in the
Department of Curriculum and
Instruction at Tarleton State Uni-
versity and the editor of The Jour-
nal of the Effective School's Pro-
ject. She teaches undergraduate
courses in teacher preparation and
directs the graduate program for
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