Proposal Title

Including Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Three Case Studies

Presenter Information

Diane Stephens, Lesley University

Author Type

Graduate Student

Location

U-Hall 3-100

Start Date

24-3-2017 5:40 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 6:30 PM

Presentation Type

Paper

Abstract

Inclusion of students with disabilities remains a divisive issue, not just among parents and educators, but also academic researchers and policy makers. Furthermore, successful inclusion of students with disabilities is complicated by several interconnected variables, including the availability of resources to the learning community, the personal perspective of stakeholders, and the socio– economic status of the family. Within case study design this qualitative study explores what inclusion means for three students with intellectual disabilities.

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Mar 24th, 5:40 PM Mar 24th, 6:30 PM

Including Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Three Case Studies

U-Hall 3-100

Inclusion of students with disabilities remains a divisive issue, not just among parents and educators, but also academic researchers and policy makers. Furthermore, successful inclusion of students with disabilities is complicated by several interconnected variables, including the availability of resources to the learning community, the personal perspective of stakeholders, and the socio– economic status of the family. Within case study design this qualitative study explores what inclusion means for three students with intellectual disabilities.