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Functional curriculum and students with mild intellectual disability: Exploring postschool outcomes through the NLTS2

  title={Functional curriculum and students with mild intellectual disability: Exploring postschool outcomes through the NLTS2},
  author={Emily C. Bouck and Gauri S. Joshi},
  journal={Education and training in autism and developmental disabilities},
  • E. BouckG. Joshi
  • Published 1 June 2012
  • Education
  • Education and training in autism and developmental disabilities
While students with mild intellectual disability receive less attention in research, their educational programming is still important, including the curriculum they receive in school. This study analyzed the National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2) as to the curriculum students with mild intellectual disability received in high school as well as students' postschool outcomes. Frequency distributions, cross tabulations and logistic regression were utilized to analyze secondary data from… 

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