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Chartbook on Disability in the U.S.

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This site has been designed for use in research on disability in the United States. All the information contained in this site is Copyright © 1996-2004 InfoUse.

InfoUse has prepared this site as a product of the Center on Access to Disability Data, a project funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR).

The charts can be used in tailored presentations and publications. Requests for permission to use this material in individual presentations should be submitted to InfoUse in writing at the address or e-mail shown below. InfoUse and NIDRR will appreciate feedback on use of the materials.


Suggested Citation

Kraus, Lewis E., Stoddard, Susan, and Gilmartin, David (1996). Chartbook on Disability in the United States, 1996. An InfoUse Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research.


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