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- KurzbeschreibungThis book examined factors associated with the<br>engagement of students with high incidence<br>disabilities from rural and nonrural school systems.<br>The investigation was conducted using 119 students<br>with disabilities who exited from high school during<br>the 2003-2004. The hypotheses were examined with<br>regard to whether there was a statistically<br>significant difference between engagement,<br>satisfaction with life now and perception of<br>preparedness of school programs and services of<br>students with high incidence disabilities by primary<br>disability, exit option and school type, as reported<br>to the Tracking System, Post School Transition<br>Survey. Specifically, the majority of former students<br>with disabilities were engaged in employment,<br>technical school, 2- year and 4- year colleges one<br>year after high school completion. Students in rural<br>and nonrural school systems appear to be equally<br>engaged. The differences that were noted occurred due<br>to primary disability, an area which historically has<br>yielded differences in the type of engagement or lack<br>thereof in students with high incidence disabilities.<br>Conclusions, limitations and recommendations for<br>further research are presented.
- AutorDaShonera Griffin
- Seiten148 Seiten
- Gewicht210 g
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