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Transitioning children with disabilities : from early childhood through adulthood

Author: Antonio L Ellis
Publisher: Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Sense Publishers, [2017]
Series: Studies in inclusive education (Sense Publishers), v. 34.
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This book is an authoritative volume of scholarship through qualitative and quantitative methodologies on postsecondary transition services for a diverse readership. The editor's intended audience is composed of students with disabilities, school administrators, special education coordinators, colleges and university faculty, staff, and administrators, among other scholars, practitioners, and advocates. Readers of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio L Ellis
ISBN: 9789463511346 9463511342
OCLC Number: 1004225348
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Contents: ""ADVANCE PRAISE FOR TRANSITIONING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES""; ""TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""FOREWORD""; ""ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS""; ""THE INTRODUCTION""; ""BOOK OVERVIEW""; ""OBJECTIVE""; ""CHAPTER ABSTRACTS""; ""NOTES""; ""REFERENCES""; ""1. IT TAKES TWO: Principals and Special Education Educators Creating Transitional Spheres""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""TRANSITION AND POST SCHOOL OUTCOMES""; ""PRINCIPALâ#x80;#x99;S ROLE""; ""INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP FRAMEWORK""; ""PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT""; ""SPECIAL EDUCATION EDUCATORS AND PRINCIPALS TOGETHER FOCUSED ON IMPROVING TRANSITION FRAMEWORK"" ""TRANSITIONAL SPHERES""""REFERENCES""; ""2. TRANSITIONING TO A NEW REGIME OR MORE OF THE SAME?: Examining the Efficacy of the Tennessee Diploma Project to Increase Data Reporting on Special Education Graduation Rates in Charter Schools""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""UNDERSTANDING THE HISTORY OF RACE, SPECIAL EDUCATION REFORM AND EDUCATIONAL EQUITY""; ""Special Education Reform and Race""; ""Disproportionality and Special Education Reform""; ""Charter Schools and Race""; ""Charter Schools and Students with Disabilities""; ""Conceptualizing Regime in Education Policy""; ""DATA AND METHODOLOGY"" ""FINDINGS""""NOT QUITE A REGIME CHANGE, BUT SUBSTANTIAL GROWTH""; ""REFERENCES""; ""3. PERSONNEL PREPARATION IN TRANSITION EDUCATION: A High Need for Historically Black Colleges and Universities""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""THE MANDATE AND NEED FOR TRANSITION EDUCATION""; ""The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act""; ""Transition Education for CLD Students""; ""PREPARATION FOR PERSONNEL SERVING CLD STUDENTS""; ""What Transition Educators Know and Do""; ""Culturally Responsive Transition Educators""; ""Postsecondary Transition Education at Predominantly White Institutions"" ""Transition Education at HBCUs""""HBCUs as Culturally-Responsive Institutional Links""; ""CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN TRANSITION EDUCATION FOR HBCUS""; ""REFERENCES""; ""4. BEYOND COMPLIANCE: Supporting the Transition of English Language Learners with Special Needs""; ""INTRODUCTION""; ""IDENTIFICATION""; ""FEDERAL LEGISLATION""; ""Second Language Legislation""; ""Special Education Law""; ""Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners and the Law""; ""SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUSITION""; ""EFFECTIVE TRANSITIONAL PLANNING""; ""REFLECTIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS""; ""REFERENCES"" ""5. THE STATE OF FEDERAL AND STATE ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT P-12 AND POSTSECONDARY TRANSITION SERVICES FOR ENGLISH LEARNERS WITH DISABILITIES: Do They Exist and What Is the Need?""""INTRODUCTION""; ""FEDERAL AND STATE POLICIES""; ""Existing Policies Guiding Program Development and Transition Services""; ""Connecting Transition Services to the Needs of English Language Learners with Disabilities""; ""Using Data to Support Effective Transitioning of ELLs with Disabilities in a Career or College Program""; ""Supporting Language Proficiency and Disability Needs""; ""Recommendations""
Series Title: Studies in inclusive education (Sense Publishers), v. 34.
Responsibility: edited by Antonio L. Ellis.

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This book is an authoritative volume of scholarship through qualitative and quantitative methodologies on postsecondary transition services for a diverse readership. The editor's intended audience is composed of students with disabilities, school administrators, special education coordinators, colleges and university faculty, staff, and administrators, among other scholars, practitioners, and advocates. Readers of this volume will be educated on the postsecondary transition process, and the lifelong commitment of educators who guides students with disabilities through their rigorous, yet rewarding journey. This book also can be used by student personnel administrators, employers, student retention coordinators, and workforce development professionals to improve the implementation of postsecondary transition services. The importance of comprehensive transition planning for students with disabilities is the impetus for bringing this collaborative effort to print. Topics in this volume highlight areas that have critical implications for children and adolescents' preparation for adulthood. Contributors' presents potent research regarding various topics addressing P-16 students' needs, and have been active practitioners in both areas - transition services and disabilities as defined under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004. Ultimately, this book is a collection of interrelated chapters that offer rich content and insights into current trends for individuals with disabilities who are moving through various stages of their lives.

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