Jim Allan Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired Carol Allman Tallahassee, Florida Sheila Amato Massapequa Park, New York Grace Ambrose Zaken Hunter College, City University of New York Tanni Anthony Colorado Department of Education Dan Ashmead Vanderbilt University Tom Attbery Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority Ian Bailey University of California, Berkeley Elizabeth Barclay California School for the Blind Julie Bardin Raleigh, North Carolina Robert Beadles Auburn, Alabama Billie Louise Bentzen Accessible Design for the Blind James O.
What does APSEA stand for?
APSEA stands for Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (Canada)
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A retired director of the Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority in Canada, she established a national benchmark in Canada with the development of a curriculum for visually impaired children.