Addressing the ' ' Research Gap ' in Special Education Through Mixed Methods

  title={Addressing the ' ' Research Gap ' in Special Education Through Mixed Methods},
  author={Janette K. Klingner and Alison G. Boardnnan}
At least some of the challenges faced in special education, such as the disproportionate representation of culturally and linguistically diverse students, the gap between research and practice, and inequitable educational opportunities, can be explained in part by a research gap, or, in other words, a failure to conduct the different types of research best suited for addressing the complicated issues faced in schools. In this article we discuss the benefits of being more open to and welcoming… CONTINUE READING

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