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Profiling the Quality of Educational Programs for Adolescents with Disabilities

Brasseur, I., Gildroy, P., Schumaker, J., Deshler, D., Begun, W., & Passman, B. (2004). Profiling the quality of educational programs for adolescents with disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(2), 62-65.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This article describes A Rubric for Educating Adolescents with Disabilities, a tool that can be used to build a profile of an educational program, determine strengths and weaknesses, and develop an action plan for improvement.

 

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