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Access of Adolescents with Disabilities to General Education Curriculum: Myth or Reality?

Schumaker, J.B., Deshler, D.D., Bulgren, J.A., Davis, B., Lenz, K.B., & Grossen, B. (2005). Access of adolescents with disabilities to general education curriculum: Myth or reality? In T.M Skrtic, K.R. Harris, J.G Shriner (Eds.) Special Education Policy and Practice: Accountability, Instruction, and Social Challenges (pp.129-155). Denver, CO: Love Publishing.

Topic: Characteristics of Adolescents with Learning Disabilities
Subcategory: Big Picture/Research
Summary: This chapter describes the work of the Institute for Academic Access, a joint project involving researchers at the University of Kansas and the University of Oregon, including a brief synopsis of some of its research findings.

 

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