SAGE will act as the Hammill Institute on Disabilities’ representative regarding subscriptions, licensing, production, advertising, and online dissemination for the nonprofit organisation's 14 special education journals. The Hammill Institute will continue to own, publish, and manage the journals, which it recently acquired from previous publisher, PRO-ED, Inc.
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