Case Studies of Minority Student Placement in Special Education
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Description: This book features vivid case studies that bring to life real children, school personnel, and family members from the bestselling book, Why Are So Many Minority Students in Special Education? Once again addressing the disproportionate placement of minority students in special education programs, this new book includes the voices and perspectives of all stakeholders to show the tremendous complexity of the issues and the dilemmas faced by professionals, family members, and children. Challenging questions and scenarios are offered at the end of each case study to provide thoughtful follow-up activities and topics for further study. This collection of cases can be used-on its own or as a companion to the main volume-in elementary and special education courses and professional development workshops.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
|Preface: The Issue, the Research, and the Setting|
|The Disproportionate Placement of Minority Students in Special Education|
|The Social Construction of High-Incidence Disabilities|
|The "Judgment" Categories: Dilemmas of Definition, Assessment, and Placement|
|Emotional/Behavior Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?: Robert: "I'm a gangsta, tha's why!"|
|Emotional/Behavior Disorder or Gifted?: Kanita: "There's nothing wrong with her, she just wants her momma"|
|Emotional/Behavior Disorder, Learning Disability, or Just Sensitive?: Germaine: "Why you looking at me?"|
|Emotional/Behavior Disorder or Learning Disability?: Matthew and Austin: "I have a dream..."|
|Emotional/Behavior Disorder, Learning Disability, or English-Language Learner?: Edith: "She's not handicap!"|
|Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Emotional/Behavior Disorder, or Learning Disability?: Paul: "I don't want this case to go EBD"|
|Educable Mentally Retarded, English-Language Learner, or Ignored?: Clementina: "I don't want to do no work!"|
|Educable Mentally Retarded, English-Language Learner, or Ignored?: Bartholomew: "so?"|
|Learning Disabled or Absent?: Miles: "I can add and subtract just like them"|
|Learning Disabled or Absent?: Anita: "I'm tired of this school and all their mistakes!"|
|Learning Disabled or Low Achiever?: Marc: "He's a quiet person in class; he's just slow"|
|Between the Cracks?: Taddeus: "He can fix anything!"|
|Epilogue: The Tyranny of the Norm|
|About the Authors|