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Teacher Perception Of The Role Of Race And Culture In Special Education Referrals For African-American Males At An Urban Elementary/Middle School
Disproportionality in special education identification has been long debated by researchers and scholars in the field of education, yet understanding of this phenomenon remains limited (Sullivan & Bal, 2013). Racial, ...
The Transition From Secondary To Post-Secondary Education For Students With Disabilities
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore the transition from secondary to postsecondary education for students with disabilities. A comparison was made between participants with invisible and visible ...
Understanding The Process: An Ethnographic Case Study Of School Psychologists' Experiences In The Referral Of African Americans To Special Education
A qualitative method of research was chosen for this study. This ethnographic case study examined school psychologists' and the referral process for special education services. The participants included school psychologists ...
Differences In Special Education Teachers' Perceptions Of School Climate Before And After No Child Left Behind And Idea
This study sought to examine the extent to which special education teachers' perceptions have changed over time due to changes that have occurred in the delivery of services to exceptional students. This study was accomplished ...
Experiences Of Visually Impaired Students In Community College Math Courses
Blind and visually impaired students who attend community colleges face challenges in learning mathematics (Forrest, 2010). Scoy, McLaughlin, Walls, and Zuppuhaur (2006) claim these students are at a disadvantage in studying ...