Students' Perceptions of Inclusion and Resource Room Settings

  title={Students' Perceptions of Inclusion and Resource Room Settings},
  author={Sharon Vaughn and Janette Kettmann Klingner},
  journal={The Journal of Special Education},
  pages={79 - 88}
Findings from eight studies that have examined the perceptions of students with learning disabilities of their educational settings were synthesized. Interviews and surveys with 442 students with learning disabilities yielded five overall findings: (1) The majority of students with learning disabilities preferred to receive specialized instruction outside of the general education classroom for part of the school day; (2) students stated that they liked the resource room because the work is… Expand

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