Documenting impact of educational contexts on long-term outcomes for students with significant disabilities

@inproceedings{Ryndak2012DocumentingIO,
  title={Documenting impact of educational contexts on long-term outcomes for students with significant disabilities},
  author={Diane Lea Ryndak and Sandra Alper and Carolyn Hughes and John Mcdonnell},
  year={2012}
}
Follow-up studies of students with significant disabilities consistently indicate poor post-school outcomes. Although existing research indicates that services in inclusive general education contexts can result in positive short-term outcomes for these individuals during their school years, there are few investigations of the lives of adults with significant disabilities who experienced inclusive education over extended periods of time. Considering the lack of longitudinal studies, it currently… CONTINUE READING

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