Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 527
Title: Students who are deaf or hard of hearing in postsecondary education
Journal: American Council on Education
Pages: 1-16
Keywords: students, deaf, hard of hearing, postsecondary, education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 528
Title: National study on inclusion: overview & summary report
Journal: National Center on Educational Restructuring and Inclusion Bulletin
Volume: 2
Issue: 2
Date: Fall, 1991
Keywords: national, study, inclusion,


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 529
Title: Disabled students in higher education
Findings from the key informant interviews
Pages: 1-29
Keywords: disabled, higher education


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 531
Title: Sumary of statistical studies related to ethnicity & vocational rehabilitation services
Pages: 1-5
Keywords: summary, statistical, studies, ethnicity, vocational, rehabilitation, services


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 532
Title: Hispanics in the united states
Pages: 1-3
Keywords: hispanics, united states


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 533
Title: Reporting manual for the case service report
Pages: 1-4
Keywords: case, service, report


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 534
Sections: 41.52
Keywords: rights, laws, recognize


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1223
Title: Effective instructional strategies for students with learning disabilities in postsecondary education
Institution: Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports, Virginia Commonwealth University
Keywords: learning disabilities, postsecondary, higher education
Abstract: This proposal proposes to assist students with learning disabilities participate in higher education programs by: 1) obtaining detailed information on the characteristics of students; 2) developing specific educational interventions based on the students' characteristics; and 3) providing information and support to students and teaching faculty on how to implement educational strategies effectively. Over a period of three years, a variety of methods will be used including focus groups, case studies, and surveys. The sample will include students with disabilities and faculty members.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1224
Title: Infosheet: The college experience for students with learning disabilities
Access Year: 1999
Access Date: February 2
Keywords: accommodations, advising, support, strategies, identification,
Abstract: Though only 9% of all LD students were enrolled in 2 or 4-year colleges, more are seeing the college experience as a possible option. Studies suggest that with proper accommodations, advising, and support, LD students can be as successful as their non-disabled peers in terms of graduation rates. In addition, students need to be able to use a variety of learning and study strategies to be successful. Transition planning for LD students to go to college should begin as early as possible. Once in college, students must identify themselves as having a learning disability and request accommodation and support services from the college.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1225
Title: Training overheads on the IDEA '97 regulations: part b -- native language and limited english proficiency
Producer: National Information Center for Children & Youth with Disabilities
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 11
Keywords: native language, idea, special factors, determining eligibility
Abstract: Provides a basic overview of laws protecting persons with disabilities whom English is a second language.


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 535
Year: 1973
Name of Act: The Vocational Rehabilitation Act
Code Number: 29 U.S.C.
Sections: 701 et seq.


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 536
Year: 1973
Name of Act: The Civil Rights of students with Hidden Disabilities Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Pages: 1-7
Sections: Section 504
Date Enacted: 1973
Keywords: civil, rights, students, hidden, disabilities, section 504, rehabilitation act, 1973


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 537
Year: 1987
Title: Tinnitus
Journal: Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Inc.
Issue: 4
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss, tinnitus


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1226
Year: 1989
Title: College planning for students with learning disabilities.
Producer: ERIC
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 15
Keywords: college choice
college preparation
college programs
college students
counselor role
decision making
guidance personnel
high schools
higher education
learning disabilities
school counselors
Abstract: A critical element in the effective high school program is to determine which curricula will be taken by student with learning disabilities. The postsecondary environment is less structured than high school and require a great deal of responsibility on the part of the student. Steps are given in choosing the right college for students with learning disabilities.

This information digest emphasizes that learning-disabled students must be cautious in selecting a higher education program that matches the student's unique needs with the features of the learning disabilities program. Planning for a successful postsecondary education begins with developing an appropriate individualized educational program in high school, to ensure that students complete high school with the necessary skills, content, knowledge, and a positive self-concept. Studnets also need to develop skills in evaluating courses, planning long-range study time, and interacting with faculty and other students. The role of high school counselors includes providing students with detailed information about potential postsecondary institutions and analyzing students' needs in terms of the availability and quality of support services. The digest concludes with a list of questions which should be asked in making the final college selection. Four references and a list of five college guides are included. The digest was developed from a paper by S. F. Shaw et al. titled "Preparing Learning Disabled High School Studnets for Postsecondary Education."
URL: ericae.net/edo/ed314917.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1227
Year: 1991
Title: Equality in education: progress, problems and possibilities
Journal: CPRE Policy Briefs: Reporting on Issues and Research in Education Policy
Keywords: academic preparation
african american
Poverty
Abstract: This policy brief discusses trends over the 25 years from 1966 to 1991 in educational inputs and in educational outcomes for African American and White students. Over this period there was a narrowing of the academic "achievement gap" despite the fact that educational inputs continued to be of higher quality, on average, for White compared to African American students. The explanation for this progress appears to be a combination of greater economic and educational resources of African American families; considerable migration during the 1970s of African American families from the South to the North and from rural to urban areas with better educational infrastructure; and improvements in instructional practices and curriculum. However, as of 1991, a variety of socioeconomic and education trends suggested progress in closing the achievement gap was likely to come to an end, leading the authors recommend major policy interventions to: (1) ensure that low-income children are ready for school;(2) provide all children with a high quality, challenging, and coherent school instructional program; and (3) enhance educational resources available in the community outside of normal school hours.
URL: http://www.cpre.org/images/stories/cpre_pdfs/rb07.pdf


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1228
Year: 1992
Title: Infosheet: The college experience for students with learning disabilities
Producer: ceo.winthrop.edu
Access Year: 1999
Access Date: February 2
Type of Medium: internet
Keywords: learning disabilities, college, students, accommodations,transition, support


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 264
Year: 1993
Title: Census: language not foreign at home
Newspaper: USA Today
Pages: p. 1A
Issue Date: April 28, 1993


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 416
Year: 1993
Title: Language mirrors immigration
Newspaper: USA Today
Pages: 11A
Issue Date: 28 April 1993


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 538
Year: 1993
Name of Act: Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Code Number: 42 U.S.C.A.
Sections: 12101 et seq.
Date Enacted: 1993
History: West
Keywords: ADA, law


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 539
Year: 1993
Title: Community colleges and students with disabilities
Pages: 1-3
Date: 1993
Keywords: community college, students, disabilities


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 1747
Year: 1993
Title: Spanish surges as no. 2 language.
Newspaper: USA Today
Section: 11A
Issue Date: April 28


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 540
Year: 1994
Name of Act: ADA Title III Federal Regulations
Code Number: 28 C.F.R.
Pages: 643
Sections: 36
Keywords: regulations, federal


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1229
Year: 1994
Title: Instructional conversations in native american classrooms
Producer: National Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Second Language Learning
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 13
Keywords: native american, instructional conversation
URL: http://www.cal.org/ericcll/digest/ncrcds03.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1766
Year: 1994
Title: Final report: self-determination curriculum project
City: Arlington, TX
Institution: The Arc, National Headquarters


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1767
Year: 1995
Title: The joint committee on teacher planning for students with disabilities. Planning for academic diversity in America's classrooms: Windows on reality, research, change, and practice
Place Published: Lawrence
Publisher: Univeristy of Kansas


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 541
Year: 1996
Title: Education Placements for students with disabilities
Publisher: ESEP
Pages: 1-5
Date: 1996
Keywords: educational, placement, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1230
Year: 1996
Title: Secondary to postsecondary education transition planning for students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 19
Pages: 62-64
Date: Winter


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 542
Year: 1997
Name of Act: Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
Code Number: 20 U.S.C.
Sections: 1400 et seq.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 543
Year: 1997
Title: Utilization measurement: focusing on the "U" in "D& U"
Institution: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory
Pages: 1-11
Date: 1997
Keywords: utilization, measurement, focusing, "U", "D&U"


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 1231
Year: 1997
Name of Act: IDEA 1997: Transition Related Amendments and Final Regualtions
Public Law Number: 105-17
Date Enacted: 1999
URL: http://www.ideapractices.org/lawandregs.htm


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1922
Year: 1997
Title: Individuals with disabilities education act amendments


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 544
Year: 1997-1998
Title: RSA 911 tables on RACE
Pages: 1
Keywords: 911, tables, race,


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 545
Year: 1998
Title: Facility access
Book Title: Disability and higher education
Publisher: LRP Publications
Keywords: facility, access


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 546
Year: 1998
Title: Student placement in elementary and secondary schools and section 504 and title II of the americans with disabilities
Institution: Office for civil rights (ED), Washington DC.
Pages: 2-3
Date: 1998
Type: Guides-Non-Classroom (055)
Call Number: ED 426 518
Keywords: placement, elementary, secondary, section 504, title II, american, disabilities, Act


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 547
Year: 1998
Title: Opening doors: mentoring on the internet
Secondary Title: Seattle, WA
Publisher: DO-IT, University of Washington
Author Address: www.washington.edu/doit
University of Washington
Box 354842
Seattle, WA 98195-4842

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1232
Year: 1998
Title: Executive order 13096 of August 6, 1998 - american indian and alaska native education
Producer: Federal Register
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 6
Keywords: american indian, alaska native education, reading, mathematics, high school completion, postsecondary, NIEA, CNAI
Abstract: The Federal Government has a obligation to improve education achievement and academic progress for American Indian and Alaska Native students. To help fulfill this commitment Federal agencies need to focus special attention on six goals: (1) improving reading and mathematics; (2) increasing high school completion and postsecondary attendance rates; (3) reducing the influence of long-standing factors that impede educational performance, such as poverty and substance abuse; (4) creating strong, safe, and drug-free school environments; (5) improving science education; and (6) expanding the use of education technology.

In order to meet the six goals a Task Force with representatives from American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and organizations will be asked to provide recommendations. All participating agencies shall consut with the tribes and organizations on their education-related needs and priorities, and how the agencies can better accompoish the six goals of this order.
URL: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=1998_register&docid=fr11au98-186


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 548
Year: 1999
Title: Disability, diversity and disssemination: a review of the literature on topics related to increasing the utilization of rehabilitation research outcomes among diverse conumer groups
Collection Title Research Exchange
Number: 2
Pages: 1-5
Date: 1999
Keywords: disability, diversity, dissermination, review, literature, utilization, rehabilitation, research, outcomes, consumers


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1233
Year: 1999
Title: Tribal colleges: an introduction
Institution: American Indian Higher Education consortium
The Institute for Higher Education Policy
Pages: 1-31
Keywords: CLD
American Indian
Postsecondary access
Postsecondary success
Abstract: This overview of tribal colleges includes the following sections: What Are Tribal Colleges?, What Makes Tribal Colleges Unique?, How Many Students Do Tribal Colleges Serve?, Who Goes to Tribal Colleges?, What Resources Are Available to Tribal Colleges?, and Issues for Further Examination.

An estimated 103,000 Native Americans were enrolled in college in Fall 1990, and 142,000 in Fall 1996, with around 7% attending tribal colleges. This document provides an overview of tribal colleges, which serve to provide educational opportunities to remote, predominantly Native American communities. The first tribal college was established in 1968 by the Navajo Nation, and now there are a total of 28 tribally chartered and three federally chartered colleges in 12 states. All began as community colleges, but some now offer Bachelors and Masters programs. They have a dual mission: 1) to rebuild, reinforce and explore traditional tribal cultures, using uniquely designed curricula and institutional settings; and at the same time 2) to address Western models of learning by providing traditional disciplinary courses that are transferrable to four-year institutions. Tribal colleges help sustain local cultures by, for example, maintaining library collections of native knowledge and offering courses in native languages. Nearly a third of faculty members are Native American/Alaskan Natives, compared to less than one percent at the nation's other postsecondary institutions. The average age of tribal college students is around 31.5, a high proportion attend part-time, and over half are single parents (primarily females). Growth in enrollment has outpaced increases in federal funding, leaving the institutions underfunded and in search of additional resources. The colleges are actively involved in their communities, offering a broad range of services including small business development, childcare, and high school equivalency programs. This report is the first in a series of policy reports produced by the Tribal College Research and Database Initiative, a joint project of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium and the American Indian College Fund.
URL: http://www.aihec.org/intro.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1923
Year: 1999
Title: An institutional perspective on students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Department of Education


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 549
Year: 1999-2000
Title: NEDRC tAble library
Percentage of undergraduates who reported a disability or difficulty and among those who did, the percentabe distribution, by typae of disability: 1999-2000
Pages: 1-4
Date: 1999-2000
Keywords: percentage, undergraduate, disability, difficulty, distribution,


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 550
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary students with disabilities: enrollment, services, and persistence
Collection Title National Center for Education Statistics
Pages: 1-3
Date: June, 2000
Keywords: postsecondary, students, disabilities, enrollment, services, persistence


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1234
Year: 2000
Title: Improving results for culturally and linguistically diverse students
Producer: OSEP
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: March 12
Abstract: Accoriding to the 19th Annual Report to Congress, problems associated with inappropriate classification and placement include: 1. Being denied access to the general education curriculum, 2. being placed in separate programs with more limited curriculum that may impact the student's access to post secondary education and employment opportunities, and 3. being stigmatized with a misclassification that may negatively impact the studen's self-perception, as well as the perceptions of others.
URL: http://ericec.org/osep/recom7/rc7ses1.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1235
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary education and employment for students with disabilities: focus group discussions on support and barriers in lifelong learning
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii-Manoa, National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Pages: 1-27
Keywords: focus groups
Abstract: Ten sites were selected to conduct focus groups for this study examining supports in postsecondary education. The findings were: 1) disability support providers proved to be committed and supportive to students; 2) there is a need for coordination of support services; 3) students still need to fight for basic accommodations because disability policy at postsecondary institutions do not reflect practice; 4) service providers need to be focused on individual needs; 5) there are problems with non-disabled students questioning accommodations for students with learning or hidden disabilities; 6) students find it hard to disclose to faculty because of previous negative experiences; 7) faculty are ignorant of disability issues; 8) faculty need to learn different teaching styles to accommodate specific disabilities; 9) faculty mentoring helps students with disabilities to succeed; 10) ethnic students with disabilities feel that peers and faculty from the same ethnic background can give them support and help them confront potential discrimination issues in the workplace; 11) peers are important to help integrate students with disabilities to the campus community as well as provide information about services and supports; 12) family can be supportive or overprotective; 13) assistive technologies such as computers are helpful; 14) postsecondary education is perceived as not directly helpful with employment but that it helps with confidence and marketability; and 15) students fear workplace discrimination in the transition to employment and prepare to self-advocate more strongly.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1236
Year: 2000
Title: Summary report of the survey of the states' limited english proficient students and available education programs and services, 1997-98
Producer: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/16
Abstract: This report summarizes information on the number of limited English proficient (LEP) students in the United States (including the Freely Associated States and Insular Areas) and the educational services provided or available to them. The U.S. Department of Education, Office for Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs (OBEMLA) conducts an annual survey of State Educational Agencies (SEAs) called the Survey of States’ Limited English Proficient Students and Available Educational Programs and Services (SEA Survey). This annual survey is authorized by Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (reauthorized in 1994). The results of the survey are publicly disseminated and used in policy and budgetary deliberations.

Survey responses for 1997-98 were received from 52 states or jurisdictions. The survey provides information in three areas: (1) the estimate of the non-and limited English proficient student enrollment in the country; (2) the educational condition of these LEP students; and (3) the services received by these students.

A revised questionnaire (see Appendix) was used to collect data for 1997-98, which asked different questions than in prior years. The language backgrounds and distribution of the LEP student enrollment by grade was included in the survey for the first time in 1997-98. The revised survey also included new questions relating to the number of credentialed teachers for English as-a-second language and bilingual education. The new questionnaire did not collect data about students in non-public schools. Comparisons of trends related to linguistic minorities in non-public schools are no longer possible at the collective national level.

A number of states had already completed their annual data collection (using the earlier version of the OBEMLA survey or state-developed instruments) before receiving the revised questionnaire. Seventeen (17) states indicated they had used the old questionnaire for their data collection, while 10 states indicated they collected data using their own forms and procedures and then answered the SEA questionnaire from these state databases. Consequently data input and analysis for 1997-98 reflects data collection that is uneven across the questions that were asked from the different questionnaires. When considering the data presented in this report, readers are strongly encouraged to keep these inconsistencies and gaps in data reporting in mind.

The SEA survey results for 1997-98 indicated that the number and percentage of students with non-and limited English proficiency in the national enrollment continued to grow in 36 states, with 18 states experiencing more than 10% growth. Growth was evident nationally, even while 4 states and territories experienced a decline in LEP percentage enrollment of over 10% from the prior year.

The education condition of non- and limited English proficient students is difficult to assess. Caution is urged in generalizing these results because of low reporting rates by the SEAs, inconsistent data reporting, and other data collection problems.
URL: http://www.ncela.gwu.edu/ncbepubs/seareports/97-98/part1.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1924
Year: 2000
Title: Dragon systems
URL: http://www.dragonsys.com


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1925
Year: 2000
Title: National survey of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education settings
City: Honolulu, HI
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Pages: 67


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 551
Year: 2001
Name of Act: IDEA
Pages: 1-7
Sections: 300.1
Date Enacted: 1997
Keywords: IDEA, 1997, implications, secondary education, transition, services


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 552
Year: 2001
Title: Social skills instruction
Pages: 1-2
Date: October 31, 2001
Keywords: social, skills, instruction


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 553
Year: 2001
Title: Ladders of opportunity
City: California
Institution: California community colleges, Sacramento. Office of the chancellor
Abstract: This report addresses the California Community Colleges Board of Governors' Initiative for Developing California's New Workforce. The report argues that many workforce training programs are still based on obsolete paradigms. Rather than offering the long-term skills and career development necessary to succeed in a high-performance workplace, these programs provide only limited preparation designed to help individuals into entry-level jobs. The result of this "work first" policy is the rapid growth of a new class of low-income wage earners whose skills are largely irrelevant to many of the new economy's employers. Many of this new class are former recipients of welfare. These are often the people most in need of the quality education and training community colleges can provide. The report suggests that workers need to be trained for more than a job--they must gain the skills that enable them to build a career. Career ladders are long-term career progression pathways that help people advance, particularly in high-wage, high-growth careers. Creating a career-ladder system will require new kinds of partnerships among employers, workforce development agencies, community colleges, and community organizations. The report argues for creating a single, unified system that reflects California's new economy. (NB)
URL: http://www.edrs.com/Webstore/Download.cfm?ID=692026&CFID=551398&CFTOKEN=64801783


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 554
Year: 2001
Title: Record of the expert strategy panel on students with disabilities' secondary education, transition, and employment
Pages: 1-24
Date: April 13, 2001
Keywords: record, expert, strategy, panel, students, disbilities, secondary education, transition, employment, role, panel, IDEA, national, program, and planning


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1237
Year: 2001
Title: Longitudinal analysis of the experiences of students with disabilities with postsecondary support service systems: characteristics of effective support systems
City: MN
Institution: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration RRTC on Postsecondary Supports for Students with Disabilities
Pages: 1-4
Date: September 2001
Keywords: national survey, postsecondary, disabilities, support services
Abstract: This study proposes to identify the effective factors of support services in relation to student outcomes by conducting a 20/20 analysis of support service characteristics and examining the input and process variables that lead to identifying these components. The 20/20 analysis involves sampling the top 20% and bottom 20% of institutions that represent high and low levels of support services according to national survey results. Preliminary findings suggest that the top 20% are more consistent with the range of services they provide to students while the bottom 20% are more variable. Further, public institutions provide more services and large public institutions demonstrate greater overall capacity.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1238
Year: 2001
Title: Cultural diversity initiative
Producer: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: January 17
Keywords: diversity
Abstract: To address the low employment rates of minorities with disabilities, the NAACP, the National Urban League, and ASPIRA have joined with the President's Committee to establish new High School/High Tech programs serving minority youth with disabilities. The programs are designed to help young people with disabilities explore opportunities in high tech careers.
URL: http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/projects/cultural.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1239
Year: 2001
Title: Odds of graduating not good in nation's largest cities: researchers urge accountability measure on 'promoting power' of schools at harvard conference.
Producer: Leadership news
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 13
Keywords: academic preparation, CLD, dropouts, poverty
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) summarizes two studies on urban high schools with "weak promoting power" (having very low rates of 9th graders graduating on time four years later). Nearly all of these 200 to 300 schools are located in impoverished neighborhoods in the nation's 35 largest cities and have enrollments that are more than 90% non-White. An evaluation of more than 20 federally funded programs found that most had little impact on dropout rates, and concluded that ongoing personalized attention from adults may have more of an impact on dropout rates than broad intervention programs.
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/01-01/01-01-13dropouts.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1926
Year: 2001
Title: National institute of neurological disorders and stroke
URL: www.ninds.hig.gov


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 555
Year: 2002
Title: Supreme court narrows sweep of americans With disabilites act
Journal: State Legislatures
Volume: 28
Issue: 3
Pages: 7
Date: Mar2002


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 556
Year: 2002
Title: Every child a graduate: a framework for an excellent education, middle and high school student
Pages: 1010
Date: 2002
Keywords: child, graduate, framework, excellent, education, middle, high school


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 557
Year: 2002
Title: Intensive workshops
Magazine: Paficif New Media
Pages: 1-19
Date: Fall, 2002
Keywords: pacific, media


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 558
Year: 2002
Title: Red book on employment support/ a free referral service for employers to recruit! hire! retain! qualified Workers
Keywords: referral, service, employer, recruit, hire, retain, qualified workers


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 559
Year: 2002
Name of Act: A New Era - Revitalizing Special Education for children and their families
Pages: 1-89
Keywords: new, era, revitalizing, special education, children, families


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 560
Year: 2002
Title: Connecting with immigrant communities resource list new connections 2002
Access Year: 2002
Keywords: connecting, immigrant, communities, resource list


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1240
Year: 2002
Title: High poverty schools initiative: special education project
Producer: The Council of Chief School Officers
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 11/13/02
Last Update Date: 10/31/02
Type of Medium: Internet
Keywords: High poverty schools
Disabilities
Abstract: The High Poverty Schools Initiative has three substantial efforts that focus on students with disabilities in high poverty schools: (1) the Policymakers Partnership, a five-year, federally funded subcontract from the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE) aimed at informing policy makers of the 1997 Amendment to the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA); (2) a research project with a focus on investigating and showcasing the delivery of special education services in five high achieving, high poverty schools in Texas; (3) the Council of Chief State School Officers' partnership with the Elementary and Middle School Technical Assistance Center (EMSTAC) at the American Institutes for Research (AIR).
URL: http://www.ccsso.org/hps/HPSspecialeducation.html
Author Address: Council of Chief State School Officers
One Massachusetts Avenue, NW · Suite 700 · Washington, DC 20001-1431
voice: 202.408.5505 · fax: 202.408.8072

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1241
Year: 2002
Title: Executive summary
Producer: National Academy of Sciences
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/16
Keywords: minority, special education, services, schools
Abstract: Mandated by 1863 Congress to advise federal government on scientific and technical matters.

From the enactment of the 1975 federal law requiring states to provide a free and appropriate education to all students with disabilities, children in some racial/ethnic groups have been identified for services in disproportionately large numbers. Public concern is aroused by the pattern of disproportion. In the low-incidence categories (deaf, blind, orthopedic impairment, etc.) in which the problem is observable outside the school context and is typically diagnosed by medical professionals, no marked disproportion exists. The higher representation of minority students occurs in the high-incidence categories of mild mental retardation (MMR), emotional disturbance (ED), and to a lesser extent learning disabilities (LD), categories in which the problem is often identified first in the school context and the disability diagnosis is typically given without confirmation of an organic cause.
The concern is not new. In 1979 the National Research Council (NRC) was asked to conduct a study to determine the factors accounting for the disproportionate representation of minority students and males in special education programs for students with mental retardation, and to identify placement criteria or practices that do not affect minority students and males disproportionately (National Research Council, 1982). Twenty years later, disproportion in special education persists: while about 5 percent of Asian/Pacific Islander students are identified for special education, the rate for Hispanics is 11 percent, for whites 12 percent, for American Indians 13 percent, and for blacks over 14 percent. The NRC, at the request of Congress, has been asked to revisit the issue. In this case, however, the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Education extended the committee's charge to include the representation of minority children in generally speaking, the reverse of those in special education.
URL: http://books.nap.edu/html/minority_students/summary.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1607
Year: 2002
Title: DO-it participant survey
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1608
Year: 2002
Title: Survey of school to work transition
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1927
Year: 2002
Title: American association on mental retardation
URL: http://www.aamr.org


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 561
Year: August, 2001
Title: Assessment of organizational cultural competence
Pages: 1-6
Date: August, 2001
Keywords: assessment, organizational, cultural, competence


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 562
Year: February, 2002
Title: Social security, disability benefits
Secondary Title: Who Should Read This Booklet?
Volume: SSA Publication No. 05-10029
Pages: 1-12
Date: February, 2002
Keywords: social security, disdability, benefits


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 563
Year: January, 2003
Title: A citizen's primer on hawai'i k-12 public education
Pages: 1-20
Date: January 2003
Keywords: hawaii, k-12, public education


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 564
Year: July 25, 2001
Title: Education levels of people with disabilities
Pages: 1-3
Date: July, 2001
Keywords: education, level, people, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 565
Year: March, 2001
Title: Social security
Pages: 1-10
Date: March, 2001
Keywords: Social securituy, supplemental, income


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 566
Year: March, 2002
Title: What you need to know when You get retirment or survivors benefits
Pages: 1-16
Date: March, 2002
Keywords: retirement, survivors, benefits


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 203
Author: (ATA), Alliance for Technology Access
Year: 1994
Title: Computer resources for people with disabilities: a guide to exploring today's assistive technology
City: Alameda, CA
Publisher: Hunter House, Inc.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1242
Author: (GAO), United States General Accounting Office
Year: 2001
Title: Public education: meeting the needs of students with limited english proficiency
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: United States General Accounting Office
Pages: 51
Date: February 2001
Report Number: GAO-01-226
Keywords: disability, minority, education, bilingual
Abstract: No clear consensus exists on the length of time children with limited English proficiency need to become proficient in English. Several factors make it difficult to generalize about how much time is needed. First the two main categories of instructional approaches used to teach children are designed to take different lengths of time, from 2 to 3 years for English0based approaches to much longer for approaches that make extensive use of a child's native language. Second, no agreement exists about how proficiency should be defined or measured. Conversational skills may be developed within 2 years, while achieving broader academic proficiency, such as the ability to read or communicate abstract ideas at grade level, may take several years more. Third, even if there were agreement on differences among children and their family situations make generalizations difficult. Finally, very few studies have focused specifically on how long students need to attain English proficiency. Of the 70 studies we reviewed, only 3 both addressed this topic and met the other criteria for inclusion in our analysis. These three studies assessed students in English-based programs and found that it may take 4 to 8 years to develop the language skills needed to perform on a par with native English-speakers in all core academic subject areas (reading, language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics). However, some researchers have concluded that fewer years are needed.

Of the two main instructional approaches, English-based instruction is more common than instruction in which a student's native language is used (hereafter referred to as bilingual education). Three-fourths of the nation's children with limited English proficiency attend schools where both instructional approaches are used. National data on the length of time students spend in language assistance programs are not available. However, we identified six states that collected such information at the state level. Taken together, most students in these six states spent 4 years or less in these programs; however, the proportion of students in the individual states spending 4 years or less in these programs varied from 46 to 90 percent.

In addition to the challenge of determining how best to meet the needs of children with limited English proficiency, school districts are also required to ensure that English-language instruction is adequate and to provide these chi8ldren with equal educational opportunities, as required under title VI of the Civil Rights Act. O for Civil Rights (OCR) has adopted procedural requirements and criteria for judging the adequacy of local English-language instruction programs in meeting those needs. In three policy documents issued between 1970 and 1991, OCR set forth requirements that school districts must meet to pass a three-pronged test established by the courts. When the adequacy of local English-language instruction programs is questioned, OCR investigates, and if problems are found, it enters into an agreement with the district specifying how the district will address the issues. Most school districts that were involved in these agreements between 1992 and 1998 (77 percent) reported that in their interactions with OCR regional staff, OCR did not appear to favor any particular approach to English-language instruction or pressure the districts to adopt a particular approach. Moreover, they reported that OCR staff were generally courteous and attempted to minimize the disruptions to the districts' operations resulting from their visits and inquiries. However, some school districts reported specific problems related to their interactions with OCR. The two most frequently reported problems were districts' feeling pressure to change aspects of their programs not related to the instruction approach, such as the way they identify students in need of services, and untimely or inadequate communications by OCR with school districts. The districts also made suggestions for how OCR could improve its relations with school districts in areas such as minimizing data requests and being clear about when the period for monitoring the implementation of the corrective action plan would end. OCR headquarters officials have acknowledged that problems have occurred and have told us that some of the concerns identified by the districts have already been identified by OCR. These officials have presented us with a set of specific actions they are taking to add5ress problems areas, such as working more collaboratively with school districts during investigations to alleviate pressure and limiting the amount of data they request from school districts.
URL: http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d01226.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1243
Author: (GAO), United States General Accounting Office
Year: 2002
Title: School dropouts: education could play a stronger role in identifying and disseminating promising preventions strategies: united states general accounting Office.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 53
Author: (NCES), National Center for Education Statistics
Year: 1997
Title: Distance education in higher education institutions
City: Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Number: NCES 98-062


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1928
Author: 101-336, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Pub. L. No.
Year: 1991


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 386
Author: 1990, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 379
Author: 1998, Higher Education Amendments of
Title: Bill No. 1882, Section 904


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1244
Author: A., Paniagua Freddy
Title: Assessing and treating culturally diverse clients: A practical guide


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 567
Author: Abery, Brian
Year: 2001
Title: Self-determination: charting your own future
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 23-25
Keywords: deaf, blindness


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1245
Author: Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Effective practices for accomodating students with disabilities in postsecondary education programs
City: Honolulu
Institution: Universty of Hawaii-Manoa
Abstract: The National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa has explored the importance of postsecondary supports as well as effective practices for accommodating postsecondary students with disabilities in several research studies. This summarizes some of the Center's findings including results from: 1) A national Survey on types and frequency of educational support offerings; 2) A focus Group Project on postsecondary education and employment for students with disabilities; 3) A Promising Practices Project to improve higher education for people with disabilities.
National Survey indicated that commonly offered support to students with disabilities in postsecondary schools were testing accommodation, note takers, personal counseling, and advocacy assistance. Focus group uncovered problems with type and timing of advocacy assistance: development of self-advocacy skills were perceived important.
Although a variety of findings emerged from these studeis, a common theme across all three was the imoportance of self advocacy and self determination skills for students with disabilities in postsecondary education.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1609
Author: Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Employment barriers for individuals with disabilities transitioning from postsecondary education to the workplace
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Keywords: computer, internet, transition, postsecondary, securing employment , personal relationships
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/documents/products/phase2/pdf/057b(3)-H02.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1610
Author: Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Transition from postsecondary education to the workplace for individuals with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1611
Author: Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #16
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1612
Author: Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Interview protocol
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1613
Author: Acosta, Joie; Burgstahler, Sheryl; Crawford, Lyla
Year: 2002
Title: Transition from two-year to four-year institutions for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 347
Author: Act, Goals 2000: Educate America
Year: 1993
Journal: 20 U.S.C. 5801


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1929
Author: Adams, M.J
Year: 1990
Title: Beginning to read:thinking and learning about print
City: Cambridge, MA
Publisher: MIT Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 199
Author: Adams, J.
Year: 1993
Title: Including special education services in the general school curriculum
Journal: Curriculum Report of NASSP
Volume: 22
Issue: 5
Pages: 1-6


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 201
Author: Adelman, P.B. & Vogel, S.A.
Year: 1990
Title: College graduates with learning disabilities--employment attainment and career patterns.
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 13
Pages: 154-166


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1246
Author: Adelman, Pamela B.; Vogel, Susan A.
Year: 1990
Title: College graduates with learning disabilities: employment attainment and career patterns.
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 13
Pages: 154-166
Abstract: This study examined whether participation in a comprehensive support program enhanced educational attainment for students with learning disabilities. Results showed that all study participants reported their learning disabilities as affecting their school work but that most had developed compensatory strategies. The major compensatory strategies consisted of spending extra time to finish work, asking for assistance, and carefully monitoring work for errors. Most importantly, training from the support program helped students to develop self-understanding about their learning disability which produced long-term benefits and helped participants to develop compensatory strategies that transferred into employment settings.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 200
Author: Adelman, P. & Vogel, S.
Year: 1992
Title: The success of college students with learning disabilities; factors related to education attainment
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Pages: 430-441


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1811
Author: Adelman, P.A.; Vogel, S.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Issues in the employment of adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 16
Pages: 219-232


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1247
Author: Adger, Carolyn; Wolfram, Walt; Detwyler, Jennifer
Year: 1993
Title: Language differences: a new approach for special educators
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Pages: 44-47
Date: Fall 1993
Keywords: Multicultural Education, multiple languages, communication problems, sociolinguistic awareness
Abstract: Language difficulties occur in the classroom not only when students do not share the same language, but when deviation exists within a single language. As a result, many classrooms have experienced discrimination against individuals based on their distinctive dialect. For students to avoid perceiving others' dialects as grammatical mistakes or "funny accents," they need to become aware that language varieties are based on cultural backgrounds and are a suitable form of communication. For special educators, the lack of appropriate assessment for distinguishing dialect differences from language disorders has meant that special education and related services have served disproportionate numbers of students from various ethnic and racial groups.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 568
Author: AHEAD
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Conference program for widening the umbrella access for everyone, every where
Conference Name: The 24th Annual Conference & Exhibit Hall
Conference Location: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: AHEAD; umbrella


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 569
Author: AHEAD
Year: 2003
Title: Professional standards
Producer: Association of Higher Education and Disability
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 20
URL: www.ahead.org


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1248
Author: Alger, Jonathan R.; Carrasco, Gilbert Paul
Year: 1997
Title: The role of faculty in achieving and retaining a diverse student population
Producer: American Association of University Professors
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 11/18
Keywords: CLD
Postsecondary access
Postsecondary success
Abstract: Representing the American Association of University Professors, the authors describe strategies for boosting the recruitment and retention of culturally and linguistically diverse university students.
URL: http://www.aaup.org/Issues/AffirmativeAction/Archives/1997/AAFACDIV.HTM
Author Address: American Association of University Professors, 1012 Fourteenth Street, NW, Suite #500; Washington, DC 20005
202-737-5900
Fax: 202-737-5526

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1930
Author: Algozzine, B.
Year: 1983
Title: An analysis of the incidence of special class placement:The masses are burgeoning
Journal: Journal of Special Education
Volume: 17
Issue: 2
Pages: 141-147


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 570
Author: Algozzine, B.; Browder, D.; Karvonen, M.; Test, D.; Wood, W.
Year: 2001
Title: Effects of interventions to promote self-determination for individuals with disabilities
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 71
Issue: 2
Pages: 219-277
Abstract: Self-determination (SD), the combination of skills, knowledge, and beliefs that enable a person to engage in goal-directed, self-regulated, autonomous behavior, has become an important part of special education and related services provided to individuals with disabilities. Research on the outcomes of self-determination interventions has been sparse. In this study, we conducted a comprehensive review of literature and used quantitative methods of meta-analysis to investigate what self-determination interventions have been studied, what groups of individuals with disabilities have been taught self-determination, and what levels of outcomes have been achieved using self-determination interventions.

Fifty-one studies were included in meta-analyses. The median effect size across 100 group intervention comparisons (contained in nine studies) was 1.38. In contrast, 13 single subject studies included 18 interventions and produced a median Percentage of Non-overlapping Data (PND) of 95% with a range of 64% to 100%. Seven of the interventions had a PND of 100%, suggesting strong effects.

Although all components of self-determination were reflected in this research, most focused on teaching choice-making to individuals with moderate and severe mental retardation or self-advocacy to individuals with learning disabilities or mild mental retardation. The outcomes are discussed with regard to the continuing need to demonstrate that self-determination can be taught, can be learned, and can make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities.
Notes: This meta-analysis of 22 to studies on self-determination interventions discussed the following questions: a) What self-determination interventions have been studied? b) What group of individuals with disabilities have been included in self-determination interventions? And c) What are the outcomes of self-determination interventions? Of 51 studies identified as self-determination studies, between 1978 and 2000, 22 were chosen for analysis because they were quantitative and had an adequate experimental design. Nine were group research studies and thirteen were single-subject studies. The average number of subjects per study was 41 for group interventions and 4 for single-subject designs. Individual self-advocacy, goal-setting and attainment, self-awareness, problem-solving skills, and decision-making skills, and self-observation were some of the more common components of self-determination taught. All of the interventions included teaching, but 16% also included person-centered planning methods, 16% also included relationships with others, and 14% also included preference assessment techniques. The subjects were mostly adolescents (14-21 years old) and participants over 21 years old, the latter especially in the single-subject designs. The most common disability category for participants was mental retardation and specific learning disabilities. The average effect size across the studies was 1.38, with a standard deviation of 3.74, which the authors interpreted as "reflective of a moderate gain as a result of self-determination interventions" (p. 260). Although 16% of effect size measurements were negative, indicating that individuals who did not receive intervention had better outcomes, overall self-determination interventions had a positive effect on outcomes. Examples of outcomes include observations of participants using self-determination skills in vivo, paper-and-pencil assessments, observations of improvement by teachers and parents, performance during role-play situations, postschool outcomes, increased size of participants' social support network, and number of individual goals obtained. The article also includes a table summarizing the intervention studies included in the analysis.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1249
Author: Ali, Zoebia; Fazil, Qulsom; Bywaters, Paul; Wallace, Louise; Singh, Gurnam
Year: 2001
Title: Disability, ethnicity and childhood: A critical review of research
Journal: Disability and Society
Volume: 16
Issue: 7
Pages: 949-968


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 471
Author: Alliance, National Transition
Year: 1997
Title: Directory of model projects
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: US Dept of Education


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 472
Author: Alliance, National Transition
Year: 1998
Title: School-to-work resources for system builders
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: US Dept. of Education


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1250
Author: Almeida, Deirdre
Year: 1999
Title: Postsecondary financial aid for american indians and alaska natives
Producer: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 14
Keywords: native american, alaska native, financial aid, unemployment, poverty
Abstract: This digest summarizes challenges Native students confront in obtaining adequate financial aid; general sources of aid for Native students; and ways communities and parents can support students through the financial aid process. The Digest ends with some readily available print and web-based sources of information about student financial aid.
URL: http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/custom/portlets/recordDetails/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=ED438148&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=ED438148


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 19
Author: Alper, S.
Year: 1994
Title: Introduction and background: The role of parents
Editor: Alper, S.K., Schoss, P.J. & Schoss, C.N.
Book Title: Families of students with disabilities: consultation and advocacy
City: Needham Heights, MA
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Pages: 1-16


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 204
Author: Alster, E.H.
Year: 1997
Title: The effects of extended time on algebra test scores for college students with and without learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 30
Pages: 222-227


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 205
Author: Alston, R.J. & Mngadi, S.
Year: 1992
Title: The interaction between disability status and the african american experience: implications for rehabilitation counseling
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 23
Pages: 12-16


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1251
Author: Alston, Reginald J.; Mngadi, Simphiwe
Year: 1992
Title: The interaction between disability status and the african american experience: implications for rehabilitation counseling
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 12-16
Date: Summer


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1252
Author: Alston, R.J.; Turner, W.L.
Year: 1994
Title: A family strengths model of adjustment to disability for african american clients
Journal: Journal of Counseling & Development
Volume: 72
Issue: 4
Pages: 378-383
Abstract: This article indicates that the incidence of disability is higher among African Americans than any other cultural or ethnic group. The article indicates that the difficulties facing African Americans are similar to that of other families but psychological, environmental and economic stressors are compounded because of racism. For African Americans, the family is the primary guard against stressors. The article presents a model of the family adjustment process of African American clients with disabilities and the important strengths of the model are examined. The model points to "kinship bonds" and indicates that these bonds are not always genetic, it is a functional bond. This kinship bond is rooted in a shared sociocultural and political past and shared hope for the future. Another important feature of the model is role flexibility where the ability to adapt to life circumstances increases the probability of survival. This flexibility minimizes role overload because it does not adhere to rigid roles in the face of changing conditions. The model points to the importance of religion as a source of strength for African American families as a social support system. The church not only serves as an effective means of stress management, it also has the therapeutic value of emotional expressions through church services. The value of education and work are also elements of the family strength model for African American families. Conclusions in the article include the recommendation for counselors to become familiar with the African American family structure and to use an assessment of the family to inform service provision.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 571
Author: Alston, Reginald J.; Wilson, Keith B.; Harley, Debra A.
Year: 2002, Spring
Title: Introduction to the special series: race and rehabilitation Services--Policy, Parity, and Outcome
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 130-131


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 206
Author: Altschul, P., Smart, L., Michaels, C.A., & Park, C.B.
Year: 1993
Title: Access to employment: improving career placement opportunities for college students with disabilities
City: Albertson, NY
Institution: Career and Employment Institute of the National Center for Disability Services


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 207
Author: Amendments to Rehabilitation Act of 1992, Pub.L. No. 102-569
Year: 1992


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 208
Author: Amendments to the Individuals with Education Act of 1997, Pub. L. No. 105-17
Year: 1997


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 572
Author: American Council on Education
Year: 2001
Title: Heath national resource directory on postsecondary education & disability
Place Published: Washington, DC
Publisher: American Council on Education
Pages: 46
Keywords: directory


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 573
Author: American Council on Education
Year: 2001
Title: HEATH resource center: A resource on financial aid for students with disabilities
Place Published: Washington, DC
Publisher: www.heath-resource-center.org
Keywords: financial, resource


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1912
Author: American Guidance Service
Year: 2001
Title: Everyday life skills
City: Circle Pines, MN
Publisher: Author


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 2005
Author: American Psychiatric Association
Year: 1994
Title: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders
City: Washington, DC
Edition: 4th


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1253
Author: Anderson, Glenn; McGee, Susan K.
Title: Helping minority individuals navigate through successful school and work transition
Producer: University of Arkansas
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 6
Keywords: postsecondary
rehabilitation programs
deaf and hard of hearing
black students
hispanic students
asian/pacific islander students
employment
minority groups
Abstract: This paper address two challenges confronted by postsecondary institutions and rehabilitation programs. First, how to best meet the eductional and training needs of a changing population of deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Second, how to best respond to the changing demands of the workplace for workders with the skills to compete in an increasingly diverse and global economy.
URL: http://sunsite.utk.edu/cod/pec/1996/mcgee.pdf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 211
Author: Anderson, A.S.
Year: 1991
Title: The challenge of problem-based learning
Editor: Feletti, D. Boud & G.
Book Title: Conversion to problem-based learning in 15 months
City: New york
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages: 727-79


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 574
Author: Anderson, C.; McGill, J.; Veats, G.
Year: 2000, Summer
Title: Focus on quality
Journal: Talking Sense
Volume: 46
Issue: 2
Date: 2000, Summer
Keywords: focus


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 575
Author: Anderson, Peggy
Year: 2001
Title: The rehabilitation and employer partnership: Walking the walk
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 2
Pages: 105-109


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1614
Author: Anderson, John
Year: 2001
Title: Accessibility of postsecondary distance education for students with disabilities: an analysis of policy and practice in the california state community colleges
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1615
Author: Anderson, John
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #11
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1616
Author: Anderson, John
Year: 2002
Title: Accessibility policy for postsecondary distance education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1617
Author: Anderson, John; Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2002
Title: Models of postsecondary and employment success


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 212
Author: Anderson-Inman, L., Knox-Quinn, C., et al
Year: 1999
Title: Computer-supported studying: stories of successful transition to postsecondary education
Book Title: Career Development for Exceptional Individual
City: Albany
Publisher: Division on Career Development and Transition
Pages: 185-212


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 576
Author: Anderson-Inman, L., Knox-Quinn, C., & Szymanski, M.
Year: 1999
Title: Computer-supported studying: stories of successful transition to postsecondary education.
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Issue: 2
Pages: 185-212
Keywords: technology, transition
Notes: Not yet in our library.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1913
Author: Anderson-Inman, L., Knox-Quinn, C., & Szymanski, M
Year: 1999
Title: Computer-supported studying: stories of successful transition to postsecondary education
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Pages: 185-212


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 213
Author: Andrews, G.
Year: 1992
Title: Which treatments are of benefit? methods for assessing treatment techniques
Journal: International Journal of Mental Health
Volume: 21
Issue: 2
Pages: 11-23


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 214
Author: Andrich, R., Ferrario, M., & Moi, M.
Year: 1998
Title: A model of cost-outcome analysis for assistive technology
Journal: Disability and Research
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-24


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 215
Author: Angrosino, M.V.
Year: 1992
Title: Metaphors of stigma: How deinstitutionalization mentally retarded adults see themselves
Journal: Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
Volume: 21
Pages: 171-199


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 577
Author: Anson, D.K
Year: 1997
Title: Alternative computer access
Journal: the Journal of Special Education
Volume: 25
Issue: 1
Pages: 102-113


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 216
Author: Antonucci, T.C.
Year: 1986
Title: Hierarchical mapping technique
Journal: Generations
Volume: 10
Issue: 10-12


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 578
Author: AOLmail.com
Year: 2002
Title: SSA public policy web. site
Producer: TTWWIIA.
Access Year: 2002


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 579
Reporter: Arcayna, N.
Year: 2001
Title: Feeling the way
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
City: Honolulu
Pages: B1, B4
Section: B
Issue Date: July 30
Keywords: feeling; way


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 580
Author: Armel, Donald
Year of Conference: 1997
Title: Achieving continuous improvement: theories that support a system change
Conference Name: Association of Small Computer Users in Education Summer Conference
Conference Location: North Myrtle Beach, SC
Publisher: ASCUE
Accession Number: ED 410 915


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 20
Author: Armstrong, W.B., Lewis, M. & Neult, L.C.
Year: 1996
Title: Americans with disabilities act: miramar college self-evaluation study
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 413 969


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 217
Author: Armstrong, W.B., Lewis, M. & Neult, L.C.
Year: 1997
Title: Americans with disabilities act: san diego city college self-evaluation study
Journal: ERIC DOcument Reproduction Service No. ED 413 972


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1254
Author: Armstrong, Felicity
Year: 1999
Title: Inclusion, curriculum and the struggle for space in school
Journal: International Journal Inclusive Education
Volume: 3
Issue: 1
Pages: 75-87
Keywords: space in school,boundary,culture


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1255
Author: Artiles, Alfredo J.; Trent, Stanley C.
Year: 1994
Title: Overrepresentation of minority students in special education: A continuing debate
Journal: The Journal of Special Education
Volume: 27
Issue: 4
Pages: 410-437
Keywords: Overrepresentation of minority, disproportionate, minority students, special education, Latino, African American
Abstract: Arguments about overrepresentation of minority and poor students and the overreliance on the medical model still remain as critical issues to be resolved. The purpose of this article is to review the problem from a historical perspective and apply it to Latino and African American students. First, it is important to remember that when scrutinizing the overrepresentation data, we should consider (a) the proportion of the minority population in a given region, (b) the size of the education program, (c) the type of special education program, and (d) the specific ethnic group.

The article also presents several controversial questions (1) is overrepresentation a problem? (2) By asserting that it is a problem, are we implying that placement in special education programs are not desirable? (3) Should we establish placement quotas by ethnic groups to solve this problem?


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 218
Author: Asbury, C.A., Walker, S., Maholmes, V., Rackely, R. & White, S.
Year: 1991
Title: Disability prevalence and demographic association among race/ethnic populations in the united states: implications for the 21st century
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Howard University Research and Training Center for Access to Rehabilitation and Economic Development


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1256
Author: Asbury, C.A.; Walker, S.; Maholmes, V.; Rackely, R.; White, S.
Year: 1991
Title: Disability prevalence and demographic association among race/ethnic populations in the united states: implications for the 21st century
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Howard University Research and Training Center for Access to Rehabilitation and Economic Development


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1257
Author: Aschcroft, Richard
Year: 1991
Title: Transition from institutional settings for children and youth with social problems
Editor: McNair, J.; Kronick, N.
Book Title: Issues in transition
City: San Bernardino
Publisher: California State University
Pages: 37-40
Keywords: Social behavior problems, seriously emotionally disturbed, transitions, youth


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1258
Author: Aspel, Nellie; Bettis, Gail; Quinn, Pat; Test, David W.; Wood, Wendy M
Year: 1999
Title: A collaborative process for planning transition services for all students with disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 21-42
Date: Spring
Keywords: Transition services, Students with Disabilities.multi-level approach, postsecondary


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1931
Author: Association, American Psychiatric
Year: 1994
Title: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders
City: Washington, DC
Edition: 4th


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1259
Author: Association, American Statistical
Year: 1997
Title: What are focus groups?
Producer: Section on Survey Research Methods, American Statistical Association
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 20, 2002
Keywords: focus groups
Abstract: The report encompasses all aspects of focus groups including definitions, how to run a focus group, and benefits/disadvantages.
URL: www.amstat.org/sections/srms/brochures/focusgroups.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 219
Author: Asuto, T.A., Clark, D.L, et al
Year: 1994
Title: Roots of reform: challenging the assumptions that control change in education
City: Bloomington, IN
Publisher: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation


Reference Type: Journal Article
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Author: Atkins, B.J. & Wright, G.N.
Year: 1980
Title: Vocational rehabilition of blacks
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 40
Pages: 42-46


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 220
Author: Atkins, B.J.
Year: 1988
Title: An asset-oriented approach to cross-cultural issues: blacks in rehabilitation
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 19
Issue: 4
Pages: 45-49


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1812
Author: Aune, E.
Year: 1991
Title: A transition model for postsecondary-bound students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research & Practice
Volume: 6
Pages: 177-187


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1814
Author: Aune, E.; Ness, J. E.
Year: 1991
Title: Tools of transition: preparing students with learning disabilities for postsecondary education
City: Circle Pines, MN
Publisher: American Guidance Service
Call Number: IM 371.9 AUN-Instructional Material/Kit


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1813
Author: Aune, E.P.; Johnson, J.M.
Year: 1992
Title: Transition takes teamwork! a colloaborative model for college-bound students with LD.
Journal: Intervention in School & Clinic
Volume: 27
Pages: 222-227


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1914
Author: Aune, B.; Friehe, M.
Year: 1996
Title: Transition to postsecondary education: institutional and individual issues
Journal: Topics in Language Disorders
Volume: 16
Issue: 3
Pages: 1-22


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1260
Author: Azmitia, Margarita; Cooper, Catherine
Year: 1999
Title: Navigating and negotiating home, school, and peer linkages in adolescence
Journal: Talking Leaves
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Pages: 7
Date: Fall 1999
Keywords: families, peers, and community organizations
Abstract: In this study initial findings indicate that students who achieve to higher levels receive more guidance-both academic and personal-from parents, siblings, and teachers.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1261
Author: Baca, Leonard M.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Theory and practice in bilingual/cross cultural special education: major issues and implications for research, practice, and policy
Conference Name: Proceedings of the First Research Symposium on Limited English Proficient Student Issues


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1262
Author: Baca, Leonard M.; Valenzuela, J.S.; Garcia, Shernaz B.
Year: 1996
Title: A new approach to pre-referral intervention:The PEP model
Abstract: This publication offers recommendations that will assist educators in complying with regulations regarding the education of CLD students. However, a higher standard of equity, not just minimal compliance, is implicit in this document. The guidelines that follow in this section, at the levels of the classroom, the school, and the district, are designed to: (1) facilitate a shift from viewing academic problems as located within the student to consideration of external factors, (2) prevent pedagogically-induced academic problems, (3) encourage an accommodation of greater student diversity within the general education classroom, (4) serve as a normalizing environment, (5) assist the general educator to become more self-sufficient in accommodating student diversity, (6) encourage education equity through quality services and academic excellence, and (7) encourage a student advocacy approach.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 581
Author: Bagley, Martha
Title: Recognizing age-related sensory loss among older adults with developmental disabilities
Journal: The Southwest Journal on Aging
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Pages: 31-35
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf, blind; elderly


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 582
Author: Bagley, Martha
Year: 1996
Title: Building the confidence of older adults with vision and hearing losses
Journal: News from Advocates for Deaf-Blind
Volume: 3
Issue: 1
Pages: 5-7
Date: Summer 1996
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf, blind; elderly


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 222
Author: Baines, L., Baines, C., & Masterson, C.
Year: 1994
Title: Mainstreaming: one school's reality
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 76
Pages: 39-40, 57-64


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 223
Author: Baker, E.T., Wang, M.C. & Walberg, H.J.
Year: 1994
Title: The effects of inclusion on learning
Journal: Educational Leadership
Volume: 52
Issue: 4
Pages: 33-35


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2006
Author: Balcazar, Fabricio; Keys, C.B.
Title: A comprehensive model to identify, train, and place hispanic youths with disabilities who have dropped out of high school - CFDA #84.158.D
Producer: Institute on Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 6
Keywords: Back to School and Work (BSW), Hispanic, dropout intervention, disabilities, Latinos,
Abstract: The purpose of the "Back to School and Work" project was to develop, implement, and evaluate a comprehensive model to identify, recruit, train, and place urban Hispanic youths with disabilities, ages 16 to 25, who have dropped out of school. The goal was to help these youths effectively pursue their goals of returning to school and obtaining employment, and in so doing to demonstrate the usefulness of one of the first comprehensive dropout intervention programs for latinos with disabilites.

Some conclusions of the study include: (1) youths most often make the decision to drop ou on their own because they do not have sufficient family and school support. Family members often lack an understanding of the relevance of a high school degree, and some teachers do not seem to care abut the future of these adolescents. (2) most parents are not aware of their rights under IDEA and are not effective advocates for their children. Many are not well informed about their child's disability. Parent education and more active involvement in service delivery and planning are necessary. (3) schools should build better partnerships with community members and potential employers in order to support and develop effective career paths for special education students.
URL: http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/sped/tri/Final384.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 227
Author: Balcazar, F.E., Seekins, T., Fawcett, S.B., & Hopkins, B.L.
Year: 1990
Title: Empowering people with disabilities through advocacy skills training
Journal: American Journal of Community Psychology
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 281-295


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1264
Author: Balcazar, Fabricio ; Fawcett, Stephen; Seekins, Tom
Year: 1991
Title: Teaching people with disabilities to recruit help to attain personal goals
Journal: Rehabilitation Psychology
Volume: 36
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-42
Keywords: postsecondary ,training programs, teaching, personal goals
Abstract: Four college students with physical disabilities received training to learn how to recruit help to attain personal goals. Role-play situation probes were used to assess recruiting skills before and after training. Generalization probes, consisting of meeting university professors and requesting assistance in addressing a personal goal, were also used to assess trainees' performance in actual situations. Results indicated significant improvements in recruiting skills for all participants following training. These improvements were also evident in the generalization probes. Secondary measures suggested possible effectiveness of the training on the size of participants' support networks and achieving personal goals.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 226
Author: Balcazar, F.E., Mathews, R.M., Francisco, V.T., Fawcett, S.B., & Seekins, T.
Year: 1994
Title: The empowerment process in four advocacy organizations of people with disabilities
Journal: Rehabilitation Psychology
Volume: 39
Issue: 3
Pages: 191-206


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 58
Author: Balcazar, F.E., Keys, C.B. & Garate-Serafini, J.
Year: 1995
Title: Learning to recruit assistance to attain transition goals: a program for adjudicated youths with disabilities
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 16
Pages: 237-246


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 57
Author: Balcazar, F.E. & Keys, C.B.
Year: 1997
Title: A comprehensive model to identify, train, and place Hispanic youths with disabilities who have dropped out of high school
City: Chicago
Institution: Institute on Disability and Human development, University of Illinois at Chicago
Keywords: urban hispanic youth with disabilities, school dropouts, employment, intervention programs


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 2007
Author: Balcazar, F. E. ; Keys, C. B.
Year: 1997
Title: A comprehensive model to identify, train, and place hispanic youths with disabilities who have dropped out of high school
Book Title: Final report to the U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
City: Chicago
Publisher: Institute on Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 225
Author: Balcazar, F.E., Keys, C.B., Kaplan, D.L., & Suarez-Balcazar, Y.
Year: 1998
Title: Participatory action research and people with disabilities: principles and challenges
Journal: Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 105-112
Keywords: active role,improving quality of life, increase awareness, direct involvement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2008
Author: Balcazar, Fabricio E.; Keys, Christoper B.; Kaplan, Daniel L.; Suarez-Balcazar, Yolanda
Year: 1998
Title: Participatory action research and people with disabilities: principles and challenges
Journal: Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 105-112


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 224
Author: Balcazar, F.E., Keys, C.B., & Suarez-Balcazar, Y.
Year: in press
Title: Empowering Latinos with disabilities to address issues of independent living and disability rights: A capacity-building approach
Journal: Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1266
Author: Ball-Brown, B.; Frank, Z.
Year: 1993
Title: Disabled students of color
Journal: New Directions for Student Services
Volume: 64
Pages: 79-88
Keywords: minority, access, services, disability
Abstract: Many distinct but not always easily identifiable issues are related to the provision of disability services to students of color. The issues include but are not limited to cultural identity and stereotypes, historical precedent, language differences, learning styles, and self-concept or feelings of self-worth. All these factors contribute to the reluctance encountered among minority students to access services. The extent of this reluctance varies with circumstances and the specific population of minorities being served.

Service providers must be sensitive to the unique circumstances of students of color, for it is evident that the greatest deterrent to those who would access such services is prejudice against those in the society who are "different." Service providers and administrators must demonstrate effectiveness in educating a multicultural society. The authors agree with Hilliard (1992) that people of color experience the same needs for services as the majority population, that they are entitled to such services, and that appropriate services are services that are at once pedagogically valid and culturally sensitive and salient.

There has been much rhetoric about the commitment to serve disabled students of color. Until that rhetoric is translated into action, disabled students of color will continue to feel that they are in a class apart. The recent emphasis on multicultural diversity may change the focus so that disabled students of color will be sought aggressively and encouraged to use the services existing on college and university campuses.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1267
Author: Banks, J.A.; Cookson, P.; Gay, G.; Hawley, W.D.; Irvine, J.J.; Nieto, S. ; Schofield, J.W.; Stephan, W.G.
Year: 2001
Title: Diversity within unity: essential principles for teaching and learning in a multicultural society
City: Seattle
Publisher: University of Washington, Center for Multicultural Education, College of Education
Keywords: Diversity and education, Ethnicity, Curriculum, Teaching


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 584
Author: Banks, Becky; Charleston, Stephanie; Grossi, Teresa; Mank, David
Year: 2001, Spring
Title: Workplace supports, job performance, and integration outcomes for people with psychiatric disabilities
Journal: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal
Volume: 24
Issue: 4
Pages: 389-396
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Barnes, A.S.
Year: 1992
Title: Retention of african-american males in high school
City: Lanham, MD
Publisher: University Press of America


Reference Type: Thesis
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Author: Barnes, H.
Year: 1998
Title: Early school leaving in latino youth with disabilities: the impact of personal and contextual factors
Academic Department: Psychology
City: Chicago
University: University of Illinois at Chicago


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Barnes, C.; Mercer, G.; Shakespeare, T.
Year: 1999
Title: Exploring disability: A sociological introduction
City: Malden, MA
Publisher: Polity Press


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Barnes, Marian; Warren, Lorna
Year: 1999
Title: Paths to empowerment
Series Editor: Barnes, Marian
City: Bristol
Publisher: The Policy Press
Number of Pages: 49
Label: MJ
Keywords: empowerment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 230
Author: Barnett, L.
Year: 1993
Title: Disability support practices in community colleges: Selected examples
Journal: ERIC DOcument Reproduction Service No. ED 322 693


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Barr, D.R. & Parrett, W.H.
Year: 1995
Title: Hope at last for at-risk youth
City: Needham Heights, MA
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Barrett, Susan; Fudge, Colin
Year: 1981
Title: Policy and action: essays on the implementation of public policy
Series Editor: Barrett, Susan
City: London
Publisher: Methuen
Number of Pages: 32
Label: MJ
Keywords: public policy; implementation


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 588
Author: Barrett, Susan S.
Year: 1992
Title: Comprehensive community-based services for adults who are deaf-blind: issues, trends, and services
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Pages: 393-397
Date: 1992 November
Keywords: community-based services; issues; trends; services


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 589
Author: Barton, L.
Year: 1996
Title: Citizenship and disabled People: A discourse of control?
Number of Pages: 17
Call Number: EC 305 366
Keywords: citizenship, disabled, discourse


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1
Author: Barton, L. & Armstrong, F.
Year: 2001
Title: Disability, education, and inclusion: cross-cultural issue and dilemmas
Journal: Handbook of Disability Studies
Pages: 693-708


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 59
Author: Bassi, L.J., & Ludwig, J.
Year: 2000
Title: School-to-work programs in the united states: a multi-firm case study of training, benefits, and costs
Journal: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
Volume: 53
Issue: 2
Pages: 219-239


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 590
Author: Batavia, Andrew I.
Year: 1993
Title: Relating disability policy to broader public policy: Understanding the concept of "handicap." (Disability Issues in Public Policy)
Journal: Policy Studies Journal
Volume: 21
Issue: 4
Pages: 5
Date: Winter 1993
Label: MJ
Keywords: public; policy


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 60
Author: Battle, D., Dickens-Wright, L. & Murphy, S.
Year: 1998
Title: How to empower adolescents: guidelines for effective self-advocacy
Journal: Teaching exceptional children
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Pages: 28-33


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 591
Author: Battle, Dorothy A.; Dickens-Wright, Lisa L.; Murphy, Sue C.
Year: 1998
Title: How to empower adolescents: guidelines for effective self-advocacy
Journal: TEACHING Exceptional Children
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Pages: 28-33
Notes: Do we have?


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 232
Author: Baumgart, D., & Ferguson, D.L.
Year: 1991
Title: Personnel preparation: directions for the future
Editor: Meyer, L., Peck, C., & Brown, L.
Book Title: Critical issues in the lives of people with severe disabilities
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 313-352


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1268
Author: Baxter, Carol; Poonia, Kamaljit; Ward, Linda; Nadirshaw, Zenobia
Year: 1990
Title: Double discrimination: issues and services people with learning difficulties from black and ethnic minority communities
City: London
Publisher: Kings Fund Center
Keywords: Learning Disabilities, Ethnic Minorities, Services


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 42
Author: Baxter, Christine et al
Year: 1995
Title: A longitudinal study of parental stress and support: from diagnosis of disability to leaving school
Journal: International Journal of Disability, Development and Education
Volume: 42
Issue: 2
Pages: 125-136


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 592
Author: Beech, Marty
Year: 2001
Title: Accommodations and modifications for students with disabilities in vocational education and adult general education
City: Florida
Publisher: Florida Department of Education
Keywords: secondary ed; vocational education; accommodations; modifications


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 41
Author: Behr, Shirley
Year: 1990
Title: Positive contributions of persons with disabilities to their families
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 333 630
Pages: 83


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1815
Author: Beirne-Smith, M.; Deck, M.D.
Year: 1989
Title: A survey of postsecondary programs for students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 22
Pages: 456-457


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 593
Author: Bens, M.R.; Kochhar, Carol A.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 62
Author: Benz, M.R. & Halpern, A.S.
Year: 1987
Title: Transition services for seconday students with mild disabilities: a statewide perspective
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 53
Pages: 507-514


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 596
Author: Benz, Michael R.; Kochhar, Carol A.
Year: 1996
Title: School-to-work opportunities for all students: a position statement of the division on career development and transition
Journal: Career Development For Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 19
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-48
URL: http://www.dcdt.org/pdf/pos_sch_to_work.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 595
Author: Benz, Michael; Yovanoff, Paul; Doren, Bonnie
Year: 1997
Title: School-to-work components that predict postschool success for students with and without disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 63
Issue: 2
Pages: 151-165
Date: 1997
Keywords: school-to-work; predict


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 61
Author: Benz, M., Doren, B., & Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1998
Title: Crossing the great divide: predicting productive engagement for young women with disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-16
Keywords: women with disabilities, employment, transition, productive engagement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2009
Author: Benz, M. ; Doren, B.; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1998
Title: Crossing the great divide: predicting productive engagement for young women with disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-16


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 45
Author: Bergin, M. & Zafft, C.
Year: 2000
Title: Creating full access for all: quinsigamond community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 14-15


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 597
Author: Bergin, M.; Zafft, C.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Creating full access for all: quinsigamond community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 14-15


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1915
Author: Bergland, M.; Hoffbauer, D.
Year: 1996
Title: New opportunities with traumatic brain injuries: transition to postsecondary education
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 28
Issue: 2
Pages: 54-56


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 233
Author: Berkell, J.M.
Year: 1989
Title: Transition from school to work for persons with disabilities
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Longman


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 63
Author: Berliner, D. & Biddle, B.
Year: 1996
Title: Standards amidst uncertaintly and inequality
Journal: The School Administrator
Volume: 53
Issue: 5
Pages: 42-47


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 598
Author: Berliner, David C. ; Biddle, Bruce J.
Year: 1996
Title: Standards amidst uncertainty and inequality
Journal: The School Administrator
Volume: 53
Issue: 5
Pages: 42-47


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1269
Author: Berliner, D.; Biddle, B.
Year: 1996
Title: Standards amidst uncertainty and inequality
Journal: The School Administrator
Volume: 53
Issue: 5
Pages: 42-47


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 234
Author: Berres, M., Knoblock, D., et al
Year: 1996
Title: Creating tomorrow's schools today: s tories of...


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 599
Author: Berry, Hugh
Year: 1998
Title: Analyzing a work incentive: The plan for achieving self-support and school-to-work transition
Journal: CDEI
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 45-60
Date: Spring 1998
Keywords: analyzing;incentive;achieving


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 600
Author: Berry, H.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Improving outcomes for students with disabilities: policy and research issues
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 6


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1270
Author: Berry, Hugh G.; Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: Academic preparedness of postsecondary students with disabilities: findings and implications from the national postsecondary student aid survey (NPSAS 2000)
Date: May
Keywords: Academic preparedness, Access to Postsecondary education, Learning disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1271
Author: Berry, Hugh Ph.D.; Jones, Megan Ph.D.
Year: 2002
Title: Social security disability insurance and supplemental security income for undergraduates with disabilities: an analysis of the national postsecondary student aid survey (NPSAS 2000)
Keywords: social security administration (SSA), social security disability insurance (SSDI)


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 21
Author: Bers, T.H. & Smith, K.
Year: 1987
Title: Focus groups and community college research: lessons from a study of nontraditional students
Journal: Community College Review
Volume: 15
Issue: 4
Pages: 52-58


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 22
Author: Bertrand, J.T., Brown, J.E., & Ward, V.M.
Year: 1992
Title: Techniques for analyzing focus group data.
Journal: Evaluation Review
Volume: 16
Issue: 2
Pages: 198-209


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1932
Author: Bertrand, J., Brown, & Ward
Year: 1992
Title: Techniques for analysing focus group data
Journal: Evaluation Review
Volume: 16
Pages: 198-209


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 601
Author: Betts, F.
Year: 1992
Title: How systems thinking applies to education
Journal: Education Leadership
Volume: 50
Issue: 3
Pages: 38 4p
Date: November, 1992
Accession Number: 9301312134
Keywords: systems, thinking, education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1272
Author: Bevan-Brown, Jill
Year: 2001
Title: Evaluating special education services for learners from ethnically diverse groups: getting it right
Journal: JASH
Volume: 26
Issue: 3
Pages: 138-147


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 602
Author: Beveridge, Scott; Craddock, Sharon Heller; Liesener, James; Stapleton, Mary; Hershenson, David
Title: Income: A framework for conceptualizing the career development of persons with disabilities
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 4
URL: http://www.worksupport.com/Main/proed16.asp


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1273
Author: Bhawuk, Dharm P.S.; Podsiadlowski, Astrid; Graf, Jennifer; Triandis, Harry C.
Year: in press
Title: Corporate strategies for managing diversity in the global workplace
Editor: Ferris, G.R.; Buckley, M.R.
Book Title: Human resources management: Perspectives, context, functions, and outcomes (4th Edition)
City: Englewood Cliffs
Publisher: Prentice-Hall
Pages: 84-96


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1816
Author: Bigar, S.J.; Bazinet, G.P.
Year: 1993
Title: Teaming in two-year postsecondary settings: an approach to providing effective and efficient services for students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 3
Pages: 40-49


Reference Type: Personal Communication
Record Number: 603
Author: Bishop, A.
Year: 2002
Title: A Guide to Making Documents Accessible to People who are Blind or Visually Impaired:
Date: April, 2002
Keywords: guide, accessible, blind, visually impaired


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1274
Author: Black, Rhonda S.; Marasek, Kathleen Dimino.; Ballinger, Ruth.
Title: Individualist and collectivist values in transition planning for culturally diverse students with special needs
Keywords: transition, culturally diverse, students with special needs
Abstract: This article discusses transition planning for students with special needs from diverse cultural backgrounds. The article first presents a discussion of individualist versus collectivist values. Then a comparison is made with respect to how individualist and collectivist values may impact transition planning in occupational choice, independent living, and family involvement. The article concludes by presenting suggestions for being more culturally responsive transition planners and service providers.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1933
Author: Black, Rhonda; Smith, Garnett; Chang, Chuan; Harding, Tom; Stodden, Robert A.
Title: Provision of educational supports to students with disabilities in two- year postsecondary programs
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-34
Keywords: supports, two-year postsecondary institutions, four-year postsecondary institutions, assistive technology, accommodations
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 235
Reporter: Black, C.
Year: 2000
Title: And justice for all
Newspaper: Honolulu Weekly
Pages: 5-7


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1934
Author: Black, R., Smith, G., Chang, C., Harding, T., & Stodden, R.
Year: 2000
Title: Provision of educational supports to students with disabilities in two-year postsecondary programs


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1935
Author: Black, R.S.; Smith, G.; Chang, C.; Harding, T.; Stodden, R.A.
Year: 2001
Title: Provision of educational supports to students with disabilities in two-year postsecondary programs


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 604
Author: Black, R.; Smith, G.; Chang, C.; Harding, T.; Stodden, R.
Year: 2002
Title: Provision of educational supports with disabilities in two-year postsecondary programs
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 24
Issue: 2 & 3
Pages: 3-17
Date: 2002
Keywords: provision, educational, supports, students, disabilities, two-year, postsecondary, programs


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 605
Author: Blackhurst, A., Lahm, E., Harrison, E., & Chandler, W.
Year: 1999
Title: A framework for aligning technology with transition competencies.
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Issue: 2
Pages: 153-783
Keywords: transition, career development, technology
Notes: Not yet in our library.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1936
Author: Blackhurst, A.E., Lahm, E.A., et al
Year: 1999
Title: A framework for aligning technology with transition competencies
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Pages: 153-183


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 238
Author: Blackorby, J., Edgar, E., & Kortering, L.J.
Year: 1991
Title: A third of our youth? a look at the problem of high school dropout among students with mild handicaps
Journal: The journal of Special Education
Volume: 25
Pages: 102-113


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1937
Author: Blackorby, J.; Edgar, E.; Kortering, L.J.
Year: 1991
Title: A third of our youth? a look at the problem of high school dropout among students with mild handicaps.
Journal: The Journal of Special Education
Volume: 25
Issue: 1
Pages: 102-113


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 607
Author: Blackorby, Jose; Wagner, Mary
Year: 1996
Title: Longitudinal postschool outcomes of youth with disabilities: findings from the national longitudional transition study
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 62
Issue: 5
Pages: 399-413
Date: 1996
Keywords: longitudinal; transition; study, employment, special education students
Abstract: This article describes findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study (NLTS) of Special Education Students regarding trends for students with disabilities in the areas of postsecondary education, employment, wages, and residential independence in their first 5 years after high school. For employment, findings showed that youth with disabilities were behind youth in the general population despite the 11% increase in employment. Further, White youth with disabilities had greater success in employment than did Black youth. Wages for youth with disabilities also increased, particularly for White youth when compared to Black and Hispanic. Though there was an increase in youth with disabilities attending a postsecondary institution, they were less likely to do so than youth in the general population. Rates of increase in postsecondary school enrollment did not differ by ethnic background or gender. In terms of independent living, there was increase of youth with disabilities living on their own, more so for White than Black youth with disabilities and for females than males.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2010
Author: Blackorby, Jose; Wagner, M.
Year: 1996
Title: Longitudinal postschool outcomes of youth with disabilities: findings from the national longitudinal transition study
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 5
Pages: 399-413
Date: March/April
Keywords: postsecondary
Abstract: This article describes findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study (NLTS) of Special Education Students regarding trends for students with disabilities in the areas of postsecondary education, employment, wages, and residential independence in their first 5 years after high school. For employment, findings showed that youth with disabilities were behind youth in the general population despite the 11% increase in employment. Further, White youth with disabilities had greater success in employment than did Black youth. Wages for youth with disabilities also increased, particularly for White youth when compared to Black and Hispanic. Though there was an increase in youth with disabilities attending a postsecondary institution, they were less likely to do so than youth in the general population. Rates of increase in postsecondary school enrollment did not differ by ethnic background or gender. In terms of independent living, there was increase of youth with disabilities living on their own, more so for White than Black youth with disabilities and for females than males.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 608
Author: Blades, Deborah A.; Harley, Debra A.
Year: 1997
Title: Vocational and medical rehabilitation: the impact of health care policy and funding on service provision. (disability and health care policy: medical coverage, service provision and professional preparation)
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Issue: 3
Pages: 5
Date: July-Sep, 1997
Keywords: health care policy


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 609
Author: Blakemore, Ken; Drake, robert F.
Year: 1996
Title: Understanding equal opportunity policies
City: London
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Keywords: equal opportunity; policies


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1939
Author: Blalock, J.
Year: 1981
Title: Persistent problems and concerns of young adults with learning disabilities
Number of Pages: 31-45


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 610
Author: Blyth, Templin and Doran
Year: 1992 and 1999
Title: Peer-peer and mentor-protege
Keywords: influence, role models, mentoring, relationships, encouragement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 611
Author: Boothroyd, Eileen
Year: 1997
Title: Extra sensory support
Journal: Talking Sense
Volume: 43
Issue: 2
Pages: 2
Date: Summer 1997
Label: MJ
Keywords: deaf, blind; sensory; support


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 612
Author: Boothroyd, E.; Hampton, F.
Year: 2000, July-December
Title: Dbi review: the magazine of deafblind international
Volume: 26
Keywords: paths; review


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1276
Author: Borman, Geoffrey D.; Rachuba, Laura T.
Year: 2001
Title: Academic success among poor and minority students: an analysis of competing models of school effects
Institution: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk
Pages: 1-29
Date: February, 2001
Report Number: 52
Keywords: academic preparation
African American
CLD
Hispanic American
Poverty
Abstract: This study used national data on 925 at-risk students living in poverty, collected over four years beginning in third grade, to identify individual characteristics that distinguished academically successful (resilient) students from their less successful (non-resilient) counterparts. Results suggest that African-American and Hispanic-American students were exposed to greater risks and fewer resilience-promoting conditions than otherwise similar White students. The study also tested four distinct models of the risk factors and resilience-promoting features of schools: (a) the effective schools model; (b) the peer-group composition model; (c) the school resources model; and (d) the supportive school community model. The model that best promoted resiliency was the supportive school community model, which, unlike the other school models, included elements that actively shielded children from adversity. The implications of these findings for theory and for policy are discussed.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report52.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 65
Author: Bos, C.S.
Year: 1995
Title: Professional development and teacher change: encouraging news from the trenches
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 16
Pages: 379-382


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 613
Author: Boucher, Anita
Year: 2002
Title: Benefits as a bridge to self-sufficiency: The minnesota work incentive connection
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 18-19
Keywords: self-sufficiency


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 614
Author: Bould, Sally; Smith, Mark H.; Longino, Charles F.
Year: 1997
Title: Ability, disability and the oldest old
Journal: Journal of Aging & Social Policy
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 19 pages
Date: Spring 1997
Keywords: sensory loss; aging


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1277
Author: Bowe, F.
Year: 1984
Title: U.S. census and disabled adults: the 50 states and the district of colombia
City: Hot Springs
Institution: Arkansas Research and Training Center in Vocational Rehabilitation, University of Arkansas, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1940
Author: Bowe, F.
Year: 1984
Title: U.S. census and disabled adults: the 50 states and the district of columbia
City: Hot Springs, Arkansas
Institution: Hot Springs, AR, Research and Training Center in Vocational Rehabilitation, University of Arkansas


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 241
Author: Bowe, F.
Year: 1993
Title: Getting there: update on recommendations by the commission on education of the deaf
Journal: American Annals of the Deaf
Volume: 138
Issue: 3
Pages: 304-308


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1278
Author: Boyer, Paul
Year: 1997
Title: Native american colleges: progress and prospects
City: Princeton, NJ
Publisher: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 242
Author: Boyers-Stephens, A.
Year: 1990
Title: Transition to postsecondary education
Journal: Missouri LincLetter
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Pages: 1-3


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1279
Author: Boykin, A. Wade; Bailey, Caryn T.
Year: 2000
Title: The role of cultural factors in school relevant cognitive functioning: synthesis of findings on cultural contexts, cultural orientations, and individual differences
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Howard University
Pages: 1-47
Date: April, 2000
Report Number: 47
Keywords: academic preparation
African American
CLD
Poverty
Abstract: For many African American children from low-income backgrounds, cognitive
performance can be enhanced in contexts thematically characterized by aspects of Afro-
cultural ethos. This report presents and describes the results of six experimental studies (two
studies on each) on three cultural themes of primary interest, namely movement,
communalism, and verve. For each of them, the authors review the research concerning
previous studies, present the analyses and results of the two studies devoted to that theme, and
synthesize and discuss the findings of the six investigations collectively.
The results of the current body of research were generally consistent with previous
findings and added to the literature on African American children.s learning and achievement
performance in areas such as cognitive processing, comprehension of story and textbook
material, creative problem solving and task engagement, academic-related task performance,
experimental task performance, and motivation.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report42.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 2011
Author: Boykin, A. Wade; Bailey, Caryn T.
Year: 2000
Title: The role of cultural factors in school relevant cognitive functioning: description of home environmental factors, cultural orientations, and learning preferences
Institution: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk
Pages: 1-27
Date: April, 2000
Report Number: 43
Keywords: academic preparation
African American
CLD
Poverty
Abstract: This report examines certain home cultural factors, cultural orientations, and learning
preferences of African-American school children from low-income backgrounds in order to
document the relationship of prior cultural socialization experiences to enhanced cognitive,
performance, and motivational outcomes. The authors attempt to offer a conceptual basis for
how certain Afro-cultural themes — Movement, Communalism, and Verve — in low-income
African American children's proximal experiences outside of school are transmitted and
acquired, and the consequences of such acquisitions on their orientation and preferences for
learning. Specifically, this research documents the cultural integrity residing in the experiences
of African-American children from low-income backgrounds and offers ways to proactively
build upon these assets for enhancing school achievement.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report43.pdf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1917
Author: Brackett, J; McPherson, A.
Year: 1996
Title: Learning disabilities diagnosis in postsecondary students: a comparison of discrepancy-based diagnositic models
Editor: Gregg, N.; Hoy, C.; Gay, A.F.
Book Title: Adults iwth learning disabilites: Theorectical and practical perspectives
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Guilford Press
Pages: 68-84


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1281
Author: Bradsher, Julia E.
Year: 1996
Title: Disability among racial and ethnic groups
Producer: Disability Statistics Center, Univesrity of California-San Francisco
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: March 23
Keywords: statistics, racial and ethnic groups, rates, disability
URL: http://dsc.ucsf/UCST/pub.taf?_UserReference=59C56C6FCF275DD5C046845A&_function=search&recid=56&grow=1


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2012
Author: Bragg, D.D
Year: 1999
Title: Enhancing linkages to postsecondary education: helping youths make a successful transition to college
Producer: CenterPoint
Access Date: 3/26/02
URL: http://ncrve.berkeley.edu/CenterPoint/CP5/CP5.html


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 615
Author: Braithwaite, Dawn O.; Thompson, Teresa L.
Title: Handbook of communication and people with disabilities: research and application
Pages: 103-189
Keywords: IEP;EHA;IDEA;mediation; collaboration; consultation; life space interview


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1918
Author: Bramer, J.S.
Year: 1996
Title: Succeeding in college with attention deficit disorders: issues and strategies for students, counselors, and educators
City: Plantation, FL
Publisher: Specialty Press, Inc


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1817
Author: Brandt, M.D.; Berry, J.O.
Year: 1991
Title: Transitioning college bound students with ld
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 26
Pages: 297-301


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 210
Author: Branson, J.; Hameister, B.; Kalicki, S.; Lowrey, J.; Skolnick, B.
Year: 1993
Title: Preparing students for success
Journal: Preventing School Failure
Volume: 38
Issue: 1
Pages: 23-30


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1852
Author: Bremer, Christine; Clapper, Anne T.; Deshler, Donald D.
Year: 2002, December
Title: Improving word identification skills using strategic instruction model (sim) strategies
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: work indentification, SIM, strategies
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=720


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1860
Author: Bremer, Christine; Clapper, Ann T.; Hitchcock, Chuck; Hall, Tracey; Kachgal, Mera
Year: 2002, December
Title: Universal design: a strategy to support students' access to the general education curriculum
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June16
Keywords: universal design, architecture, premise, approaches, principles
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=707


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1854
Author: Bremer, Christine; Vaughn, Sharon; Clapper, Ann T.; Kim, Ae-Hwa
Year: 2002, July
Title: Collaborative strategic reading (csr): improving secondary students' reading comprehension skills
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=424


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1851
Author: Bremer, Christine; Kachgal, Mera; Schoeller, Kris
Year: 2003, April
Title: Self-determination: supporting successful transition
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: self-determination, transition, interests, mistakes, intensity
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=962


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 616
Author: Brennan, Michael
Year: 1993
Title: A voice from the deaf/blind community
Journal: Informative Link
Issue: Winter/Spring
Pages: 2
Date: Winter/Spring 1994
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1282
Author: Bridgeman, Brent; Burbach, Harold J.
Title: Effects of Blacks VS. White peer models on academic expectations and actual performance of fifth grade students
Journal: Journal of Experimental Education
Keywords: Academic expectations and performance
Abstract: Educators found that students often learn from observing the success of their peers. The student must have some type of connection or friendship with this successful peer in order to have an impact on the student's success. Experiments were conducted to determine the impact race had on students according to the models observed. Results suggest that teachers may be able to improve the performance of black male students by commenting favorably on the good performance of their black peers, but reinforcing only the white male students may not have the same facilitating effects. It is essential then for black students to have successful black peers to look up to since race becomes a recognizable social categorization.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 243
Author: Bridges, P.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Vocational rehabilitation services tailored to the needs of the individual
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN
Publisher: ERIC Document No. ED 322 693


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 244
Author: Briel, L., & Getzel, E.
Year: 2000
Title: Internships in higher education: a pivotal point in the career path for students with disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 618
Author: Briel, L. W.; Getzel, E. E.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Career-planning for students with disabilities: The vcu career connections program
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 22-23


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 617
Author: Briel, L.; Getzel, E.
Year: 2001
Title: Internships in higher education: A pivotal point in the career path for students with disabilities
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#009-H01
Keywords: internships, career path, disabilities, postsecondary ed.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1619
Author: Briel, L; Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2002
Title: Career-planning for students with disabilities: the vcu career connections program
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 22-23


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1620
Author: Briel, L; Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2002
Title: Internships in higher education: a pivotal point in the career path for students with disabilities
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
URL: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq/_articles_html/2001/Winter/dsq_2001_Winter_06.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 245
Author: Brieland, D.
Year: 1967
Title: A follow-up study of orthopedically handicapped high school graduates
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 33
Pages: 555-562


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 246
Author: Brill, J.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Students with disabilities: rights and responsibilities in education
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: Accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1818
Author: Brinckerhoff, L.C.; Shaw, S.F.; McGuire, J.M.
Year: 1992
Title: Promoting access, accommodations, and independence for college students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Pages: 417-429
Keywords: access, accommodations, independence, postsecondary, learning disability, service delivery


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 619
Author: Brinckerhoff, Loring C.
Year: 1994
Title: Developing effective self-advocacy skills in college-bound students with learning disabilities
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 29
Issue: 4
Pages: 229-237
Date: March 1994
Keywords: self-advocacy; skills; college-bound, learning disability


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1919
Author: Brinckerhoff, L.C.
Year: 1997
Title: Students with learning disabilities in graduate or professional programs: emerging issues on campus and challenges to employment
Editor: Gerber, P.J.; Brown, D.S.
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed
Pages: 143-164


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 66
Author: Brinkerhoff, L., Shaw, S. & McGuire, J.
Year: 1993
Title: Promoting postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities: a handbook for practitioners
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 23
Author: Brodigan, D.L.
Year: 1992
Title: Focus group interviews: applications for institutional research
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 342 325


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 249
Author: Brodwin, M.G.
Year: 1999
Title: Barriers to multicultural Understanding: improving university rehabilitation counselor education programs
Journal: Online: www.dinf.org/pres_com/pres-dd/brodwin.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 620
Author: Brohier, William G.
Year: 2001
Title: Breaking the barriers to social intergration of disabled persons: Education for all? what next?
Journal: Asian Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 11
Date: 11/6/2001
Keywords: barriers; intergration


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1819
Author: Brohterson, M.J.; Berdine, W.H.; Sartini, V.
Year: 1993
Title: Transition to adult services: support for ongoing parent participation
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 14
Issue: 4
Pages: 44-51


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 621
Author: Brooke, Valerie
Year: 2002
Title: Benefits planning and outreach projects: providing beneficiaries with information
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 12-13
Keywords: benefits, beneficiaries


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 250
Author: Brooks, G. & Brooks, M.G.
Year: 1993
Title: The case for constructivist classrooms
City: Alexandria, VA
Publisher: ASCD


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 24
Author: Brotherson, M.J. & Goldstein, B.L.
Year: 1992
Title: Quality design of focus groups in early childhood special education research.
Journal: Journal of Early Intervention
Volume: 16
Issue: 4
Pages: 334-342


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1285
Author: Brown, Brenda; Burke, Lois J.; DeSouza, Carol; Galletly, Carol; Opperman, William; Pollard, William; Smith, Stephan J.; Villegas, Joel
Title: Expanding postsecondary options for minority students with disabilities
Institution: The Association on Higher Education and Disability
Pages: 1-16
Keywords: minority, postsecondary, students with disability


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 251
Author: Brown, C.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: The high tech centers for the disabled
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1820
Author: Brown, J.M.; Bohns, C.; Gardner, H.
Year: 1990
Title: Facilitating the integration of academic skills in postsecondary vocational education programs: keys to success
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 35-40


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 252
Author: Brown, L.
Year: 1993
City: Washington, DC
Institution: National Council on Disability


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 622
Author: Brown, D.S.; Bruyere, S.M.; D., Mank.
Year: 1994
Title: The ada and total quality management
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: December, 1994
Keywords: ADA, total, quality, management


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2004
Author: Brown, J.B.
Year: 2001
Title: Evaluating special education services for learners from ethnically diverse groups: getting it right
Journal: The Association for persons with severe handicaps
Volume: 26
Issue: 3
Pages: 138-147
Keywords: special education services, ethnically diverse


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1286
Author: Brusca-Vega, Rita
Title: Disproportionate representation of english language learners in special education
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: March 31
Abstract: This chapter emphasizes the problem of disproportionate representation of English language learners (ELLs) in special education and to suggest a model of best practice for intervention. Responses to the following questions are contained in the chapter. (1) What is disproportionate representation? (2) How can disproportionate representation be avioded? (3) How can districts implement an intervention model for ELLs?
URL: http://www.isbe.state.il.us/spec-ed/pdf/bmchapter2-7-12.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 623
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 1990
Title: Working effectively with persons who have cognitive disabilities
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-5
Date: January, 1994
Keywords: working, effectively, persons, cognitive, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 253
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Participatory action research: overview and implications for family members of persons with disabilities
Journal: journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 3
Issue: 2
Pages: 62-68


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 624
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 1994
Title: Working effectively with persons who are deaf or hard of hearning
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: April, 1994
Keywords: working, effectively, person, deaf,


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 625
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 2000
Title: Working effectively with people who are blind or visually impaired
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: May, 2000
Keywords: working, effectively, people, blind, visually impaired


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 626
Author: Bruyere, S.M
Year: 2001
Title: A human Resource perspective on implementing the ADA
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: July, 2001
Keywords: human, resource, perspective, implementing, ADA


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 627
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 2001
Title: Assistive technology, acommodations, and the americans with disability act
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: May, 2001
Keywords: assistive, technology, accommodations, american, disability, act


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 628
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 2001
Title: Working effectively with people with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: July, 2001
Keywords: working effectively, people, attention, deficit, hyperactivity, disorder


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 629
Author: Bruyere, S.M.
Year: 2001
Title: Working effectively with people with learning disabilities
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: July, 2001
Keywords: working, effectively, people, learning, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 67
Author: Brydon-Miller, M.
Year: 1997
Title: Participatory action research: psychology and social change
Journal: Journal of Social Issues
Volume: 53
Issue: 4
Pages: 657-666


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 254
Author: Bryk, A.S., Lee, V.E., & Smith, J.B.
Year: 1990
Title: High school organization and its effects on teachers and students: an interpretive summary of the research
Editor: Clune, W.H.
Book Title: Choice and control in American Education
City: New York
Publisher: Falmer Press
Volume: 1
Pages: 45-72


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 255
Author: Bulgren, J.A., Deshler, D.D. & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1993
Title: The concept mastery routine
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 68
Author: Bulgren, J.A., Deshler, D.D. & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1995
Title: The concept comparison routine
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 256
Author: Bullis, M., Nishioka-Evans, V., Fredericks, H.D. & Davis, C.
Year: 1993
Title: Identifying and assessing the job-related social skills of adolescents and young adults with emotional and behavioral disorders
Journal: Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 1
Pages: 236-250


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 69
Author: Bunch, G., Lupart, J., & Brown, M.
Year: 1997
Title: Resistance and acceptance: educator attitudes to inclusion of students with disabilities
City: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 17
Author: Bureau, U.S. Census
Year: 2001
Title: Cultural diversity initiative. president's committee on employment of people with disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 645
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: (in press)
Title: A collaborative model promotes career success for students with disabilities: how do-it does it.
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Accession Number: MS#032-H01)
Keywords: collaborative, model, career, success, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 648
Author: Burgstahler, S.E., Baker, L.M., & Cronheim, D
Year: 1997
Title: Peer-peer relationships on the internetd
Journal: Journal and NECA


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 630
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 1998
Title: Taking carge: stories of success and self-determination
Place Published: University of Washington-
Publisher: College of Engineering Computing & Communication, College of Education
Number: q
Keywords: charge, stories, success, self-determination


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 631
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 1999
Title: Do-It Programs and Resources
Producer: Disability Opportunities Interworking Technology
Access Year: 1999
Keywords: Do-it, programs, resources


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 632
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2000
Title: Opening doors: mentoring on the internet
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: June 2000
Keywords: opening doors, mentoring, internet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1287
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Duclos, Rachel; Turcotte, Michelle
Year: 2000
Title: Preliminary findings: faculty, teaching assistant, and student perceptions regarding accommodating students with disabilities in postsecondary environments
City: Seattle
Institution: University of Washington
Date: May
Keywords: postsecondary education, accommodations, barriers, students with disabilities
Abstract: Focus groups were coducted at 23 postsecondary institutions. The group included faculty, teaching assistants, and students with disabilities. The members examined their experiences working with and accommodating students with disabilities, their experiences working with disabled student services offices, and their experience participating in disability related professional development opportunities. The focus group also examined their impressions about what instructors need to know about working with students with disabilities and their preferences for delivery of professional development.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 646
Author: Burgstahler, S.; Crawford, L.; Acosta, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Transition from two-year to four-year institutions for students with disabilities
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#010-H01
Keywords: transition, two/four-year, institutions, disabilities, postsecondary ed,support services, adaptive and assistive technology


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1621
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl
Year: 2001
Title: A collaborative model to promote career success for students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 3/4
Pages: 209-215


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 647
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Cronheim, Deb
Year: 2001, Fall
Title: Supporting peer-peer and mentor-protege relationships on the internet
Journal: Journal of Research on Technology in Education
Volume: 34
Issue: 1
Pages: 59-74
Notes: Copy not obtained?


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 633
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: The role of technology in preparing youth with disabilities for postsecondary education and employment
Pages: 1-24
Keywords: technology; postsecondary; employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 634
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Disabilities, opportunities, internetworking, and technology
Journal: Do. It
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-7
Date: April, 2002
Keywords: disabilities, opportunities, technology


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 635
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Working together: people with disabilities and computer technology
Place Published: University of WAshington
Date: January 8, 2002
Keywords: disabilities, computer, technology


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 636
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Working together: computers and people with learning disabilities
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: January 25, 2002
Keywords: working together, computers, learning, disabilities


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 637
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Working together: computers and people with sensory imairments
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: February 12, 2002
Keywords: working together, computers, sensory, impairments


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 638
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Working together: computers and people with mobility impairments
Journal: Do-It
Date: February, 2002
Keywords: working together, computers, people, mobility, impairments


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 639
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Equal access: computer lagos
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: February 1, 2002
Keywords: equal, access, computer lab


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 640
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: World wide access: accessible web design
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: February 4, 2002
Keywords: world wide access, accessible, web, design


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 641
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Real connections: Making distance learning accessible to everyone
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: January 10, 2002
Keywords: real, connections, distance, learning, accessible, everyone


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 642
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Creating video and multimedia products that are accessible to people with sensory impairments
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: January 17, 2002
Keywords: video, multimedia, accessible, sensory, impairments


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 643
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Designing software that is accessible to individuals with disabilities
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: January 14, 2002
Keywords: designing software, accessible, individuals, disabilities


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 644
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Use of telecommunications products by people with disabilities
Place Published: University of Washington
Date: February, 4, 2002
Keywords: telecommunications, products, disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1289
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl Ph.D.
Year: 2002
Title: Roles of technology in transitions from high school to college to careers
Keywords: transition, technology, postsecondary education, access


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1622
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl
Year: 2002
Title: Universal design of distance learning
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1623
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002
Title: The role of technology in preparing youth with disabilities for postsecondary education and employment


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1624
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Crawford, Lyla; Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #15
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1625
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Doe, Tanis
Year: 2002
Title: Input from stakeholders regarding professional development for faculty and administrators regarding the inclusion of students with disabilities in postsecondary Programs
City: Seattle
Institution: DO-IT Project, University of Washington


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1626
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Doe, Tanis
Year: 2002
Title: Improving postsecondary outcomes for students with disabilities: designing professional development for faculty
City: Seattle
Institution: University of Washington


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1627
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Year: 2002
Title: Transition from high school to postsecondary education and employment for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1628
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #12
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1629
Author: Burgstahler, Sheryl; Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Year: 2002
Title: Impact of internet and other transition support activities on the postsecondary education and employment outcomes of students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1861
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002, December
Title: Bridging the digital divide in postsecondary education: technology access for youth with disabilities
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June16
Keywords: technology, youth with disabilities, case study,challenges, assistive technology, access
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=718


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2013
Author: Burgstahler, S.
Year: 2002, January 31
Title: Do-it (disabilities, opportunities, internetworking & technology) 2-4 transition project
Producer: Do-IT
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.washington.edu/doit/Programs/24.html
Author Address: Sheryl Burgstahler, Director, DO-IT
Box 355670
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-5670

Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 649
Author: Burkhauser, Richard V.; Daley, Mary C.; Houtenville, Andrew J.; Nargis, Nigar
Year: 2001
Title: The employment of working-age people with disabilities in the 1980s and 1990s: What current data can and cannot tell us
Pages: 1-41
Date: 2001 November
Keywords: employment; 1980;1990


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 650
Author: Burkis, Lisa
Year: 2001
Title: Making all types able for college
Magazine: The Next Step Magazine
Date: November 1, 2001
Keywords: transition; college


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 651
Author: Burnett, S.; Reynor, O.; Hayward, K.
Year: 2001
Title: Gradpower internships for graduates with development disabilities
City: Los Angeles
Pages: 1-6
Date: 2001
Keywords: gradpower, interships, graduates, developmental disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1290
Author: Burnette, Jane
Year: 1998
Title: Reducing the disproportionate representation
Journal: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Call Number: #E566
Abstract: The U.S. Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) and the U.S. for Civil Rights (OCR) have three concerns about disproportionate representation: 1. students may be unserved or receive services that do not meet their needs, 2. students may be misclassified or inappropriately labeled, and 3. placement in special education classes may be a form of discrimination.
URL: http://ericec.org/digests/e566.html


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1291
Author: Burnette, Jane
Year: 1998
Title: Reducing the disproportionate representation of minority students in special education.
Producer: ERIC/OSEP Digest #E566
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: March 31
Keywords: disproportionate, minority, special education
Abstract: The U.S. Office of SpecialEducation Programs (OSEP) and the U.S. Office for Civil Rights (OCR) have three concerns about disproportionate representation: (1) Students may be underserved or receive services that do not meet their needs. (2) Students may be misclassified or inappropriately labeled. (3) Placement in special education classes may be a form of discrimination. What can be done to reduce overrepresentation? (1) Develop a district-wide vision for the education of all students. (2) Review traditional school practices to identify and address factors that may contribute to student difficulties. (3) Redefine staff roles to support a shared responsibility for all students. (4) Form policy-making bodies that include community members, and promote partnerships with service agencies and cultural organizations. (5) Help families get social, medical, mental health and other support services. Develop supports such as early childhood and at-risk programs, and offer an array of services to the community. (6) Recruit and retain educators who have had course work and experience with diverse students populations and who are from diverse backgrounds.
URL: http://www.ericfacility.net/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed417501.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1292
Author: Burnette, Jane
Year: 1999
Title: Critical behaviors and strategies for teaching culturally diverse students
Journal: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Date: November 1999
Keywords: culturally diverse, strategies, teaching
Abstract: Certain behaviors and instructional strategies enable teachers to build a stronger teaching/learning relationship with their culturally diverse students. Many of these behaviors and strategies exemplify standard practices of good teaching, and others are specific to working with students from diverse cultures.
URL: http://ericec.org/digests/e584.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 652
Author: Burns, Armistead, & Keys
Year: 1989, 1993, 1998, 1999
Title: Peer-peer and mentor-protege
Keywords: peer, mentor, encouragement, and disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 653
Author: Burns, J.P., Armistead, L.P., Keys, R.C
Year: 1990
Title: Developing a transition initiative program for students with handicapping conditions
Journal: Community/Junior College
Volume: 14
Pages: 319-329
Date: 1990


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 70
Author: Bursuck, W. & Rose, E.
Year: 1992
Title: Community college options for students with mild disabilities
Editor: F.R. Rausch, L. Destefano, J. Chadsey-Rausch, L.A. Phelps, & E. Szymanski
Book Title: Transition from school to adult life
City: Sycamore, IL
Publisher: Sycamore Publishing
Pages: 71-91


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1293
Author: Bursuck, W.; Rose, E.
Year: 1992
Title: Community college options for students with mild disabilities
Editor: Rusch, F.R.; Destefano, L.; Chadsey-Rusch, J.; Phelps, L.A.; Szymanski, E.
Book Title: Transition from school to adult life
City: Sycamore, IL
Publisher: Sycamore
Pages: 71-91


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 257
Author: Bursuck, B., Polloway, E.A., et al
Year: 1996
Title: Report card grading and adaptions: a national survey of classroom practices
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 62
Pages: 301-318


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1920
Author: Butler, K.G.
Year: 1996
Title: Epilogue: a position paper of the National joint committee on learning disabilities: January 1994
Journal: Topics in Language Disorders
Volume: 16
Issue: 3
Pages: 68-73


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1294
Author: Butler, Douglas Ph.D.
Year: 1997
Title: The significance of african american male social skills: students with and without disabilities
City: Charlottesville
Number: 5-34261
Type of Work: The Center of Minority Research in Special Education, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Accession Number: ED 426155
Keywords: african americans, special education, disability, social skills
Abstract: This article indicates that African American males are over represented in the special education population and that teachers could view these students as aggressive-lacking the social and behavioral skills that would promote a successful student-teacher relationship in the education process. The purpose of the study was to investigate the differences in teacher perspectives between African American male students who were not disabled and those who had varying disabling conditions. The methodology for a study is presented, including a description of the student participants and the teacher participants. The findings indicate that there were no statistically differences in teacher perceptions of the social skills of African American male students who were not disabled and those who were emotionally disturbed, but teachers rated the learning disabled students significantly lower on social skills that the non disabled group. These findings were repeated when teachers rated students on problem behaviors.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 258
Author: Butler-Nalin, P., Marder, C., & Shaver, D.
Year: 1989
Title: Making the transition: an explanatory model of special education students' participation in postsecondary education
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 259
Author: Buysse, V., Wesley, P.W., Bryant, D., & Gardner, D.
Year: 1999
Title: Quality of early childhood programs in inclusive and noninclusive settings
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 65
Pages: 301-314


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 25
Author: Byers, P.Y. & Wilcox, J.R.
Year: 1988
Title: Focus groups: an alternative method of gathering qualitative data in commissioning research
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 297 393


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 654
Author: Byers-Lang, R.E., & McCall, R.A
Year: 1993
Title: Peer support groups
Journal: An Omnibus of Practice and Research
Volume: 12
Issue: 7
Pages: 26-28
Keywords: peer, support, rehabilitation


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1296
Author: Byrd, Helen Bessent
Year: 1997
Title: Understanding and serving american indian children with special needs
Journal: Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 43-51
Abstract: This article presents interviews with eminent scholars and community leaders in the education and service of exceptional learners from CLD backgrounds. These "elders" of the education community share their perspectives and prognostication on pertinent issues.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1297
Author: Byrd, Helen Bessent
Year: 2001
Title: Effective provision of educational services to latino-american children with special needs and gifts
Editor: Ford, B.A.
Book Title: Multiple voices for ethnically diverse exceptional learners
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: Council for Exceptional Children
Pages: 54-61
Keywords: latino american, services, special education, children


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 260
Author: Cadena, F.
Year: 1987
Title: La sistematizacion como creacion de saber de liberacion
Book Title: Programa de apoyo a la sistematizacion y autoevaluacion de la educacion popular
City: Santiago de Chile
Publisher: CEAAL


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1821
Author: Cahan, L.D.
Year: 1988
Title: The learning disabled adolescent: a new perspective in college guidance
Journal: NASSP Bulletin
Volume: 72
Issue: 505
Pages: 81-85


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 655
Author: Callahan, M.; Mank, D.
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Choice and control of employment for people with disabilities
Conference Location: Paper prepared for The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Self-Determination Initiative
Keywords: choice, control, employment, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1298
Author: Cambell, Marie; Copeland, Brenda; Tate, Betty
Year: 1998
Title: Taking the standpoint of people with disabilites in research: experiences with participation
Journal: Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 95-104
Keywords: people with disabilities, power, participation, institutional ethnography


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1299
Author: Campbell-Whatley, G.D.; Alogzzie, Bob; Oblakor, F.
Year: 1997
Title: Using mentoring to improve academic programming for african american male youths with mild disabilities
Journal: The School Counselor
Volume: 44
Issue: 5
Pages: 362-367
Keywords: african american, strategies, mentoring, procedures
Abstract: This article starts by reporting on factors that contribute to poor educational achievement among African Americans, including the over-representation of that population in special education classes. The article argues that successful strategies to address this problem are practical solutions that are connected to the school and the community. The strategy addressed in detail is mentoring and elements of effective mentoring for African American male students who have "mild" disabilities in the educational system. The elements of a successful mentoring plan begin with the identification and selection of program staff who will work with the mentors and the students in a mentoring program. Other procedures include refining program goals and objectives, defining a specific target population, planning activities, orienting mentors and students. The authors also discuss the importance of matching mentors and protégées by stressing the importance of the mentor to effectively communicate with the student.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 656
Author: Capella, Michele E.
Year: 2002
Title: Inequities in the vr system: do they still exist?
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 143-53


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 657
Author: Capital Publications Inc.
Year: 1997
Title: Graduation rates remain stagnant for disabled
Journal: Special Education Report
Volume: 23
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-2


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 658
Author: Carew, M.E.
Year: 1999, April
Title: American annals of the deaf
Journal: 144
Volume: 2
Date: 1999, April
Keywords: annals; deaf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 659
Author: Carew, M.E.
Year: 2000, April
Title: American annals of the deaf
Journal: 145
Volume: 2
Date: 2000, April
Keywords: annals; deaf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 72
Author: Carey, J.C., Boscardin, M.L. & Fontes, L.
Year: 1994
Title: Improving the multicultural effectiveness of your school
Editor: Carey, P. Pedersen & J.C.
Book Title: Multicultural Counseling in schools. A practical handbook
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Pages: 239-249


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 660
Author: Carkhuff, R.
Year: 1969
Title: Helping and human relations
City: New York
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 73
Author: Carnine, D.
Year: 1997
Title: Bridging the research-to-practice gap
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 63
Pages: 513-521


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 661
Author: Carreon, James
Year: 1998-1999
Title: CSB asistive technology reference manual
Place Published: Fremont, CA
Publisher: California School for the Blind
Pages: 1-31
Keywords: sensory loss; California school for blind; technology; manual


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 263
Author: Carson, R.R., Sitlington, P.L., & Frank, A.R.
Year: 1995
Title: Young adulthood for individuals with behavioral disorders: what does it hold?
Journal: Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 20
Pages: 127-135


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1941
Author: Carter, Menckel &
Year: 1985
Title: Qualitative methods for effectiveness evaluation: When numbers are not enough
URL: http:///www.iwh.on.ca/Media/PDFs/Chp_7.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1300
Author: Cartledge, Gwendolyn; Milburn, JoAnne Fellows
Year: 1996
Title: Cultural diversity and social skills instruction
City: Champaign, IL
Publisher: McNaughton & Gunn
Number of Pages: 392
Abstract: The basic premise of this book is that the behaviors of young people from culturally diverse populations need to be viewed from a cultural perspecitve and that instruction should affirm students and empower them to achieve maximally as well as to benefit others.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1301
Author: Cartledge, Gwendolyn
Year: 2002
Title: Cultural diversity and social skill instruction
Journal: Exceptionality
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 33
Keywords: social skills, cultural diversity
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to identify ways in which cultural discontinuities naturally occur in the schools for these students and ways in which school personnel can bring about more satisfactory adjustments by directly teaching requisite skills.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 662
Author: CAST
Year: 2001, Summer
Title: Students say i can read with cast's thinking reader
Journal: CAST
Keywords: students; thinking


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 663
Author: CAST
Year: 2001, Summer
Title: Universal learning center will create a digital foundation for UDL
Journal: CAST
Keywords: universal; digital


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1302
Author: Catlett, C.; Winton, P.J.; Parrish, R.N.; White, C.
Year: 2001
Title: Walking the walk: a guide to diversity resources for trainers
City: Chapel HIll
Publisher: University of North Carolina, FPG Child Development Center
Number of Pages: 40
Keywords: resources, CLD, diversity
Abstract: It is an annotated listing of high quality resources. These include videotapes, books, curricula and other materials that can be used to assist in growing a more diverse and better prepared workforce to serve infants, toddlers, children and families. It includes: 1) materials that can be used to recruit and support culturally and linguistically diverse students and faculty in higher education; 2) materials to assist faculty, trainers, supervisors and other decisionmakers in preparing personnel to work effectively with culturally and linguistically diverse children and families; and 3) materials to support and strengthen linkages among institutions of higher education (including community colleges, 4-year institutions, and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), families, community practitioners and agencies. All items in this have been reviewed carefully to make certain they are culturally and linguistically sensitive and, to the extent possible, free from bias or prejudice. It is not intended to be a comprehensive document. Instead, this collection represents materials the compilers have used, currently use and will continue to use even as they work to discover and create new materials in this very dynamic field.
URL: http://www.fpg.unc.edu/~walkingthewalk/pdfs/RG10-DWTW.pdf
Author Address: Camille Catlett
Systems Change in Personnel Preparation
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center
CB #8185, UNC-CH
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8185
Phone: 919-843-5784
Fax: 919-843-5784
Email: camille@unc.edu

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 664
Author: Catsis, Connie Thibeau
Year: 2002, March
Title: Perception of opportunity for innovation and productivity in relation to subjective well-being of interior design educators at major universities in the united states
Journal: Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences
Volume: 62
Issue: 8-A
Pages: 2693
Abstract: Scope and method of study. The purpose of this study was to
investigate the productivity and perceived support for innovation
in the work environments of interior design educators in
relationship to their sense of subjective well being. A
questionnaire was mailed to 345 interior design educators teaching
at major universities in the U.S.; 116 educators responded. Siegel
and Kaemmerer's Perceived Support for Innovation in the
Organization (PSIO) Scale, a Sense of Subjective Well-being Scale
(SWLS) consisting of (a) Robitschek's Personal Growth Initiative
Scale (PGIS), (b) Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS) (Diener, et.
al.), and (c) Porter's Need-fulfillment Satisfaction (NFS) Scale
were used. Demographic questions were included. A Productivity
Index was derived from two demographic items. One-way ANOVA,
Correlation Analysis, and Multiple Regression were used to test 11
null hypotheses. Findings and conclusions. A statistically
significant difference was found between tenured and nontenured
interior design educators in regard to their responses to the
SWLS. Also, a statistically significant difference was identified
between tenured and non-tenured interior design educators in
regard to their responses to the NFS Scale. Educators' responses
to the PGIS correlated with their responses to the SWLS (0.608; p
< .01) and the NFS Scale (0.485, p < .01). Participants' responses
to the SWLS were correlated with their responses to the NFS Scale
(0.521, p < .01). The Sense of Subjective Well-being construct
having the strongest correlation with PSIO Scale scores was
Need-fulfillment satisfaction (r = 0.559, p < .01). Multiple
regression findings indicated statistically significant
predictability among the constructs that comprise the Sense of
Subjective Well Being variable and Perceived Support for
Innovation in the Organization [F(3,107) = 18.929, p < .001).
(PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002 APA, all rights reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 74
Author: Cawelti, G.
Year: 1997
Title: Effects of high school restructuring: ten schools at work
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: Educational Research Service


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1303
Author: Census
Year: 1997a
Title: Disability status, employment, and annual rate of earnings: individuals 21
Producer: Suvey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: June 3
URL: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/disable/sipp/disab97/ds97t4.html


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1304
Author: Census
Year: 1997b
Title: Prevalence of disability by age, sex, race, and hispanic origin: 1997
Producer: Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: June 3
URL: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/disable/sipp/disab97/ds97t1.html


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1305
Author: Census
Year: 1997c
Title: Prevalence of types of disability among individuals 15 years old and over
Producer: Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP)
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: June 3
URL: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/disable/sipp/disab97/ds97ts.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1306
Author: Census
Year: 2000a
Title: Census 2000
City: Washington D.C.
Institution: Author


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1307
Author: Census
Year: 2000b
Title: Education
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Author
Pages: 149-198


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1308
Author: Census
Year: 2000c
Title: Profiles of general demographic characteristics
Producer: U.S. Census Bureau
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: June 3
URL: http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/dp1/2kh00.pdf


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 665
Author: Center, National Center for Education and Transition (NCSET) and PACER
Year: 2002
Title: Promoting effective parent involvement in secondary education and transition
Place Published: PACER Center
Date: May, 2002
Keywords: promoting, effective, parent, involvement, secondary, education, transition


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2014
Author: Center, Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education
Year: 2002, March 22
Title: Exemplary programs and research: transition from school to postsecondary education and employment
Access Year: 6/24/03
URL: http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/EPAR/index.html#tips


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2015
Author: Center on Deafness: Postsecondary Education Consortium
Year: 1998
Title: Empowerment through partnerships: pepnet '98. proceedings from the eighth biennial conference on postsecondary education for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, april 29-may 2, 1998
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://sunsite.utk.edu/cod/pec/1998
Author Address: Postsecondary Consortium
Center on Deafness
Claxton Complex A507
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN
37996-3400
1-865-974-0607

Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 666
Author: Center on Disability Studies
Year: 1999-2000
Title: Executive summary report 1999-2000: growth & rebuilding
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii
Keywords: executive; summary; rebuilding


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 667
Author: Certo, Nicholas J.; Pumpian, Ian; Fisher, Douglas; Storey, Keith; Smalley, Kim
Year: 1997
Title: Focusing on the point of transition: a service intergration model
Journal: Education and Treatment of Children
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Pages: 68-84
Date: February 1997
Keywords: transition; intergration model


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1942
Author: Chalfant, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Why kirk stands alone?
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research Practice
Volume: 13
Pages: 2-7


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 668
Author: Chang, C.
Title: Written policies regarding educational supports
Issue: Study 6
Keywords: policies, education, supports


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 669
Author: Chang, C.; Kahn
Title: Open system theory
Keywords: Open, system, theory


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 670
Author: Chang, Kelly B.T.
Year: 2002
Title: The acquisition of learning strategies in the general classroom
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-80
Date: 2002 August
Keywords: acquisition; learning strategies


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1309
Author: Chang, Kelly; Logan, Jamesetta
Year: 2002
Title: A comparison of accommodations and supports for students with disabilities in two-year versus four-year postsecondary institutions
City: Honolulu
Institution: Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Keywords: differences, 2-year, 4-year, accommodations, supports, postsecondary, disability


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1630
Author: Chang, Chuan
Year: 2002
Title: The trend of assistive technology support in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1631
Author: Chang, Chuan
Year: 2002
Title: Public postsecondary programs vs. private postsecondary programs


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1632
Author: Chang, Chuan
Year: 2002
Title: Written policies regarding educational supports


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 671
Author: Chen, Deborah
Year: 1998
Title: Early intervention: beginning with babies
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 1-3
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 75
Author: Cheney, D.A. & Harvey, V.S.
Year: 1994
Title: From segregation to inclusion: one district's program changes for students with emotional and behavioral disorders
Journal: Education and Treatment of children
Volume: 17
Pages: 332-346


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 672
Author: Cheney, D. A.; Harvey, V. S.
Year: 1994
Title: From segregation to inclusion: one district's program changes for students with emotional and behavioral disorders
Journal: Education and Treatment of Children
Volume: 17
Pages: 332-346


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 265
Author: Cheney, D., Hagner, D., Malloy, J., Cormier, G.M., & Bernstein, S.
Year: 1998
Title: Transition services for youth and young adults with emotional disturbance: description and initial results of project RENEW
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 24
Pages: 17-30


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1921
Author: Cheney, D. A.; Martin, J.E.; Rodriguez, E.
Year: 2000
Title: Secondary and postsecondary education: new strategies for achieving positive outcomes
Editor: Clark, H.B.; Davis, M.
Book Title: Transition to adulthood: A resource for assisting young people with emotional or behavioral difficulties
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company
Pages: 55-74


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1310
Author: Cheng, Jennifer Y.
Year: 2001
Title: At home and in school: racial and ethnic gaps in educational preparedness
Producer: Public Policy Institution of California
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 15
Keywords: Hispanics
African Americans
Early childhood
Asian Americans
Family income
English proficiency
Computer in the home
Teacher credentials
College preparadtory classes
Abstract: This issue of California Counts looks at the factors that contribute to racial and ethnic differences in educational attainment. This issue focuses on home indicators and school indicators. Education begins in early childhood, with home conditions affecting the educational opportunities available to children. In examining the home environment, this article looks at parental edcuation, family income, preschool attendance, family participation in child development activities, English proficiency, and the availability and use of home computers. The information comes from a variety of data sources, and the most recent year of data varies, depending on the source and subject.

California's schools are becoming increasingly diverse in t heir student populations. Although all major racial/ethnic groups have experienced improvements in educational attainment over the past three decades, major gaps remain, especially for Hispanics, who represent the largest ethnic group in the state's K-12 public schools. This issue of California Counts looks at conditions from early childhood through high school that contribute to or indicate educational achievement, with a particular focus on differences across racial/ethnic groups.
Two influential conditions affecting early childhood development are parental education and family income. Mothers with more education generally have greater access to information about ways to provide early learning experiences, and higher family income is a strong indicator of more resources available for a child's education. It is commonly accepted that preschool also significantly helps children improve their readiness for school, yet over half of all children miss this experience, making it even more important for parents to undertake child development activities in the home, such as reading to their children. In this area, racial differences are pronounced. About 3 percent of white children ages 3-5 have not had a family member read to them in the past week, whereas almost 30 percent of Hispanic children have not been read to. English proficiency is another strong indicator of a child's learning opportunities in school. A 1995 survey found that 75 percent of Hispanic children and 67 percent of Asian children ages 5-14 spoke a language other than English at home; of those children, 23 percent of Hispanic children spoke English "not well" or "not at all," and 14 percent of Asian children did not speak English well. The availability of a home computer is another indicator of resources that provide educational opportunity. Although a majority of white and Asian children have a computer at home, 76 percent of Hispanic children and 62 percent of black children do not.
Looking beyond home resources, this report next examines school indicators. Two important measures of school quality are the percentage of fully credentialed teachers in a school and the availability of college preparatory courses. About 16 percent of the teachers in schools attended by Hispanic and black students are not fully credentialed-twice the percentage of uncredentialed teachers in schools attended by white and Asian students. Differences across ethnic groups in the availability of college preparatory math courses are less dramatic. Proficiency tests are another indicator of academic readiness. The performance of eighth grade students on reading and math tests reveals a wide spectrum of skills proficiency among California's students. More striking, however, is the dismal performance among all groups. Over 80 percent of black students, about 70 percent of Hispanic students, 42 percent of Asian students, and 37 percent of white students scored below basic proficiency on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) math test. A final indicator of educational opportunity for higher education is high school completion rates. All groups except Hispanics have completion rates greater than 90 percent. Completion rates are 81 percent for U.S.-born Hispanics and 41 percent for immigrant Hispanics.
By almost every indicator, Hispanic and black children are at a disadvantage when compared to white and Asian children. Right now, concern about educational is at center stage among policymakers not only in California but also at the federal level. This presents an opportunity to shape reforms in such a way that they specifically consider the needs of disadvantaged children. If we can improve the resources and opportunities available to these children, we may be able to significantly reduce the racial and ethnic gaps in education that diminish the possibility of higher education for so many students.
URL: http://www.pic.org/publications/calcounts9/calcounts9.pdf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 3
Author: Cheung, L.L., Nakasoto, J. & Wallace, G.J.
Year: 1995
Title: The pacific islander population and the challenges they face
Editor: Cheng, L.
Book Title: Integrating Language and Learning for Inclusion: An Asian-Pacific Focus
City: CA
Publisher: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.
Pages: 65-73, 74-83


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 274
Author: Children, Council for Exceptional
Year: 1994
Title: Statistical profile of special education in the united states
Journal: Supplement to teaching exceptional children
Volume: 26
Pages: 1-4


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 78
Author: Children, Council for Exceptional
Year: 1998
Title: State-wide assessment programs: including students with disabilities
Journal: Research connections in special education
Volume: 2
Pages: 1-8


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1633
Author: Christ, Thomas
Year: 2002
Title: Ocean of potentiality project
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1634
Author: Christ, Thomas
Year: 2002
Title: Role of mentors in expanding occupation for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 4
Author: Chung, D.K.
Year: 1980
Title: Asian cultural commonalities: a comparison with mainstream american culture
Journal: History, Culture and Adaptation
Pages: 27-43
Keywords: Asians, values, culture, differences


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1311
Author: Chung, Douglas K.
Year: 1992
Title: Asian cultural commonalities: A comparison with mainstream american culture
Editor: Furuto, Sharlene Maeda; Biswas, Renuka; Chung, Douglas K.; Murase, Kenji; Ross-Sheriff, Fariyal
Book Title: Social Work With Asian Americans
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage
Pages: 27-44
Keywords: commonalities, differences, implications, Asians
Abstract: This article compares the culture and values of Asians and Americans. Asian cultures are described as high context and environment centered whereas American cultures are described as low-context and individual-centered. Some values important to Asians are harmony, filial piety, self-control, and respect for authority. Asian cultures are collectivistic which means they focus more on relationships and being part of a group whereas American culture is individualistic. The article also looks at social norms, eye contact, interaction distance, communication styles, and the different views of time and the law for both cultures. Implications for social workers to be culturally competent include: 1) understanding one's own culture; 2) being aware of the client's culture; and 3) understanding the cross-cultural dynamics involved in service processes.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1855
Author: Clapper, Ann T.; Bremer, Christine; Kachgal, Mera
Year: 2002, March
Title: Never too late: approaches to reading instruction for secondary students with disabilities
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: reading, grade-level, strategies, problems
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=274


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1312
Author: Clark, Maxine L.
Year: 1991
Title: Social identity, peer relations, and academic competence of african-american adolescents
Journal: Education and Urban Society
Volume: 24
Issue: 1
Pages: 41-52
Abstract: African-American students often have academic achievement levels that fall below those of their White peers. The academic achievement levels of African-American students may depend on the social environment of the school and their available social support network. There are African-American students who experience racism and learn effective ways of coping and develop a bicultural identity. Other African-American students respond to racism with anger and develop an oppositional social identity. These individuals may perform poorly in school, and rebel against school authority. They may view school as a hostile place and teachers as agents of oppression. These individuals only interact with peers of their own race. Some African-American adolescents develop a diffused identity. These adolescents have low self-esteem and develop alienation towards both African-Americans and mainstream society. These adolescents have educational, social, and psychological adjustment problems. Exposure to mainstream culture at an early age has found to be helpful for the adjustment of African-Americans as they enter into school. African-Americans also were found to do better in college if they had interracial friendships while in high school. Close friendships and family support have found to be a key source of support for African-American students as they are emerged within a mainstream school environment.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 673
Author: Clark, Gary M.; Field, Sharon; Patton, James R.; Brolin, Donn E.; Sitlington, Patricia L.
Year: 1994
Title: Life skills instruction: A necessary component for all students with disablities. a position statement of the division on career development and transition
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 17
Issue: 2
Pages: 125-134
URL: http://www.dcdt.org/pdf/life_skills.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 266
Author: Clark, G.M., & Kolstoe, O.P.
Year: 1995
Title: Career development and transition education for adolescents with disabilities
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 674
Author: Clarke, Johanna
Year: 2003, February
Title: Developing separate mental health services for minority ethnic groups: what changes are needed?
Journal: Mental Health Practice
Volume: 6
Issue: 5
Pages: 22-25
Notes: From EBSCO


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1313
Author: Cleary, L. M.; Peacock, T. D.
Year: 1998
Title: Collected wisdom: american indian education
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 675
Author: Cobb, Joyanne; Fletcher, Nikki
Year: 2002
Title: Achieving a dream of attending college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 1 and 28
Keywords: achieving, college


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 676
Author: Cobb, Joyanne; Fletcher, Nikki
Year: 2002
Title: Feature issue on young adults with disabilities & social security administration employment suppport programs
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: -31
Date: 2002
Keywords: issues, young adults, disabilities, social security administration, employment, support, programs


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1314
Author: Cochi, W.
Year: 1999
Title: The community college choice
Producer: The PostSecondary LD Report
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 30
URL: http://www.ldreport.com/the_ldreport.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 677
Author: Coeyman, M.
Year: 2001
Title: When special education discrimination
Journal: Christian Science Monitor
Volume: 93
Issue: 74
Pages: 13
Date: 3/13/2001
Keywords: special education, discriminates


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1315
Author: Cohen, S.B.; deBettencourt, L.V.
Year: 1991
Title: Dropout: intervening with the reluctant learner
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 26
Pages: 263-271


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 267
Author: Cohen, D.L.
Year: 1993
Title: Schools beginning to glean lessons from children who defy the odds
Journal: Education Week
Volume: 12
Issue: 37


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 77
Author: Cohen, L.G. & Spenciner, L.J.
Year: 1996
Title: Research digest: transition assessment
Journal: Diagnostique
Volume: 21
Issue: 3
Pages: 59-74


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1991
Author: Colley, D.; Gingerich, J.
Year: 1996
Title: Vocational rehabilitiation services: a consumer guide for postsecondary students
City: Washington, DC
Institution: American Council on Education, HEATH Resource Center


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1992
Author: Colley, D.; Jamison, D.
Year: 1998
Title: Post school results for youth with disabilities: key indicators and policy implications
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 21
Pages: 145-160


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 678
Author: Collignon, Frederick C.
Year: 1997
Title: Is the ada successful? indicators for tracking gains
Journal: The Annals of the American Acdemy of Political and Social Science
Volume: 550
Pages: 129-147
Date: 1997 January
Keywords: ada; tracking gains


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1316
Author: Collins, Roger; Camblin, Lanthan D.
Year: 1983
Title: The politics and science of learning disability classificatiion: Iimplications for black children
Journal: Contemporary Education
Volume: 54
Issue: 2
Pages: 113-118
Date: Winter
Keywords: learning disabilities
Black Children, special education
Abstract: This article examines the situation of Black children in special education and provides strategies for change. Black students are disproportionately represented in special education as well as being over-represented in classes for the mentally retarded. Further, the exclusion of Black children from programs for the learning disabled need to be looked at since these programs offer more resources and advantages. Definitions of learning disability and governmental policies are problematic. The authors suggest being involved with lobbying local and federal government officials who work directly with special education services, creating independent citizen and parent organizations to address the needs of Black children in special education, hiring more Black school psychologists, and making sure that resources are distributed equally across communities.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 26
Author: Collins, W.A. & Russell, G.
Year: 1991
Title: Mother-child and father-child relationships in middle childhood and adolescence; a developmental analysis
Journal: Developmental Review
Volume: 11
Pages: 99-136


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 679
Author: Colorado Department of Education
Year: 2001
Title: A handbook of postsecondary educational services for students with disabilities
Place Published: Denver Colorado
Publisher: Colorado Department of Education
Pages: 120 pages
Keywords: postsecondary education in Colorado


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 680
Author: Colvert, Audra L ; Smith, John W
Year: 2000
Title: What is reasonable? workplace communication and people who are disabled
Editor: Braithwaite, Dawn O.; Thompson, Teresa L.
Book Title: Handbook of communication and people with disabilities: Research and application
City: Mahwah, NJ
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers
Pages: 141-158
Series Title: LEA's communication series


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 681
Author: Combs, Arthur W.; Gonzalez, David M.
Year: 1994
Title: Helping relationships: basic concepts for helping professionals
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon
Edition: 4th
ISBN: 0-205-15022-5


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 474
Author: Commission, Native Hawaiians Study
Year: 1983
Title: Report on the culture, needs and concerns of native hawaiians pursuant to public law 96-565, Volume 2
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 682
Author: Condon, Ellen; Ruggles, Alicia
Year: 2002
Title: Student-directed job searches: project wiser in montana
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 24-25
Keywords: job searches; wiser; Montana


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 268
Author: Conley, D.
Year: 1991
Title: Restructuring schools: educators adapt to a changing world
Journal: ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management, University of Oregon


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 269
Author: Conley, D.
Year: 1996
Title: Are you ready to restructure? a guidebook for educators, parents and community members
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Corwin


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1635
Author: Conway, Megan A.
Title: The role of the disability support provider at postsecondary Institutions


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1317
Author: Coonin, Tara
Year: 2001
Title: Laying the groundwork for hispanics' success
Producer: American Association of Community Colleges
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 12
Keywords:cld, hispanic american, postsecondary access, postsecondary success
Abstract: A brief overview of a six-year program funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for a total of $28 million and called Enlace (meaning link or weave in Spanish). The program supports 13 educational institutions in seven states to better support Hispanic students to successfully transition from junior high to high school to community college to university.
URL: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Template.cfm?Section=Times_Articles&template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=3985&InterestCategoryID=218&Name=Times%20Article&ComingFrom=InterestDisplay


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 270
Author: Cooper, H.M.
Year: 1982
Title: Scientific guidelines for conducting integrative research reviews
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 52
Issue: 2
Pages: 291-302


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 271
Author: Cooper, H.M.
Year: 1985
Title: Literature searching strategies of integrative research reviewers
Journal: American Psychologist
Volume: 40
Issue: 11
Pages: 1267-1269


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1318
Author: Cooper, Catherine; Gandara, Patricia
Year: 2001
Title: Guest editors' introduction: when diversity works: bridging families, peers, schools, and communities at crede
Journal: Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk
Volume: 6
Issue: 1&2
Pages: 1-5
Keywords: involvement, bridges, schools, crede, communities, diversity


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 272
Author: Copa, G.H., & Pease, V.H.
Year: 1992
Title: New designs for comprehensive high school
City: Berkeley
Publisher: National Center for Research in Vocational Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1319
Author: Corker, Marian
Year: 2000
Title: Disability politics, language planning and inclusive social policy
Journal: Disability and Society
Volume: 15
Issue: 3
Pages: 445-61
Keywords: language, agenda, disability, policy


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1320
Author: Correa, Vivian I.; Heward, William L.
Year: 1996
Title: Special education in a culturally diverse society
Editor: Heward, William L.
Book Title: Exceptional children: An introduction to special education
City: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Publisher: Prentice-Hall
Pages: 82-114
Keywords: cld, teacher, sensitivity, assessment, disability


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 273
Author: Cotton, K.
Year: 1996
Title: School size, school climate, and student performance
Book Title: Close up number 20 in the School Improvement Research Series
City: Portland, OR
Publisher: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1321
Author: Coutinho, Martha J.; Oswald, Donald P.; Best, Al M.; Forness, Steven R.
Year: 2002
Title: Gender and sociaodemographic factors and the disproportionate identification of culturally and linguistically diverse students with emotional disturbance
Journal: Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 27
Issue: 2
Pages: 109-125
Keywords: emotional disturbance
african american
cld
overrepresentation
sociodemographic
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate gender and ethnicity disproportionality among students identified as having emotional disturbance (ED) and relationships between identification and sociodemographic factors. School districts' sociodemographic characteristics were found to be strongly associated with the proportion of students identified as having ED. Results also indicated a clear association between ethnicity/gender and the likelihood of being identified as having ED, even after sociodemographic effects were accounted for. Adjusted odds rations illustrated how the likelihood of identification for gender/ethnicity groups changes when sociodemographic effects were taken into account The nature and direction of the relationship with identification rates were further explored for two of the sociodemographic variables. Policy and research recommendations are provided in the context of the critical need to improve identification and services for students with ED.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1322
Author: Coutinho, Martha J.; Ostwald, Donald P.; Best, Al M.
Year: 2002
Title: The Influence of Sociodemographics and Gender on the Disproportionate Identification of Minority Students as Having Learning Disabilities
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 1
Pages: 49-59
Keywords: learning disabilities
minority groups
gender
sociodemographic
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent of gender and race/ethnicity disproportionality among students identified as having learning disabilities (LD) and to investigate relationships between disproportionality and sociodemographic factors. Using nationally representative data collected by the U.S. Office for Civil Rights, this study examined the effects of gender, ethnicity, and sociodemographic factors on the proportion of students who are identified as having LD. Results indicated a clear association between ethnicity and gender and the odds of being identified as a student with LD. Sociodemographic factors for a school district were also found to be strongly associated with the proportion of students identified as having LD. A logistic regression model that included the nine sociodemographic variables, gender, and race, was significantly better at predicting LD identification than a model that included sociodemographic predictors alone. Adjusted odds ratios illustrated how the likelihood of identifying LD changes when sociodemographic influences are taken into account. Findings indicated that both individual student characteristics and district sociodemographic characteristics are important in determining the likelihood of LD identification and that the impact of the sociodemographic characteristics is different for each of the gender-ethnicity groups.
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/research_digest/sociodemographics.html


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 683
Author: Cox, H.D.
Year: 2000
Title: Transition Services for students with disabilities, Planning for success
Keywords: transition, services, students, disabilities


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 684
Author: Cozzens, G.; Dowdy, C.; Smith, T.E.C
Title: Pro-ed's complete transition series
Producer: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 685
Author: Crane, Kelli; Skinner, Becky
Year of Conference: 2003
Title: Community resource mapping: a strategy for tromoting successful transition for youth with disabilities
Conference Name: Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Publisher: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1856
Author: Crane, Kelli; Skinner, Becky
Year: 2003, April
Title: Community resource mapping: A strategy for promoting successful transition for youth with disabilities
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June12
Keywords: community resource mapping, strategies, processor, implications, youth investment
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=939


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1943
Author: Crane, Kelli; Skinner, Becky
Year: 2003, April
Title: Community resouce mapping: a strategy for promoting successful transition for youth with disabilities
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June12
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=939


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 686
Author: Crank, J.; Deshler, D.D.
Year: 2001
Title: Identification procedures, eligibility criteria, and student assessment outcomes of a university learning disability project.
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#055-H01)
Keywords: identification, eligibility, criteria, assessment, outcomes, ld


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1636
Author: Crank, J.N.; Deshler, D.D.
Year: 2001
Title: disability eligibility issues and university student assessment outcomes
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 3/4
Pages: 217-226


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1323
Author: Crawford, James
Year: 2002
Title: Census 2000: a guide for the Perplexed.
Producer: Crawford, James
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/18
Type of Medium: Internet
Keywords: bilinguals
Language-Minority
Abstract: By using the information from Census 1990 and 2000 and comparing and contrasting the data, the article focuses on the language-minority population and their use of language. Overall, the population that speaks a language other than English increased over the decade: the population of fluent bilinguals has been increasing, and the speakers of home languages other than English grew at 6 times the rate of English-only speakers. Among all the different languages, Spanish speakers were the largest group. And school-age children who speak languages other than English at home increased by 55 percent over the decade.
URL: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/jwcrawford/census02.htm
Author Address: jwcrawford@compuserve.com

Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1944
Author: Creswell, J. W.
Year: 2003
Title: Research design: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method approaches
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 275
Author: Cuellar, I. & Arnold, B.R.
Year: 1988
Title: Cultural considerations and rehabilitation of disabled mexican americans
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 54
Issue: 3
Pages: 35-41


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1324
Author: Cummins, Jim
Year: 1991
Title: Empowering culturally and linguistically diverse students with learning problems
Journal: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Date: May 1991
Original Publication: The Council for Exceptional Children
Call Number: E500
Keywords:cld, second language, primary
Abstract: The extend to which culture is incorporated into school programs significatly impacts the success of students from diverse backgrounds. Educators must also see their role as teaching a second language rather than replacing the student's primary language.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 276
Author: Cunningham, C. & Coombs, N.
Year: 1997
Title: Information access and adaptive technology
City: Phoenix, AZ
Publisher: American Council on Education & the Oryx Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 687
Author: Cunningham, C.; Coombs, N.
Year: 1997
Title: Information access and adaptive technology
City: Phoenix, AZ
Publisher: American Council on Education & Oryx Press
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1325
Author: Cunningham, Federico; Parker, Alisa; Parker, Christina
Year: 1998
Title: Tribal colleges as community institutions and resources
Editor: Merisotis, Jamie P.; O'Brien, Colleen T.
Book Title: Minority-Serving Institutions: Distinct Purposes, Common Goals
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Jossey-Bass


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1993
Author: Cutshall, S.
Year: 2001
Title: Opening doors
Journal: Techniques (Association for Career and Technical Education)
Volume: 76
Issue: 3
Pages: 20-21


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 277
Author: D'Amico, R.
Year: 1991
Title: The working world awaits: employment experiences during and shortly after secondary school
Editor: M. Wagner, L. Newman, R. D'Amico, E.D. Jay, P. Butler-Nalin, C. Marder, & R. Cox
Book Title: Youth with disabilities: How are they doing?
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International
Pages: 1-8, 8-55


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1326
Author: D'Andrea, M.
Year: 1994
Title: The concerns of native american youth
Journal: Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
Volume: 22
Pages: 173-182


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 278
Author: Dais, T., Meier-Kronick, N., Luft, P., & Rusch, F.
Year: 1993
Title: Selected readings in transition: cultural differences, chronic illness, and job matching
Institution: Transition Research Institute at Illinois-University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1327
Author: Dais, Teresa A.
Year: 1993
Title: An analysis of transition assessment practices: do they recognize cultural differences?
Editor: Dais, Teresa A.
Book Title: Selected readings in transition: Cultural differences, chronic illness, and job matching (Vol. 2)
City: Washington D.C.
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
Pages: 1-19
Keywords: testing, cultural, disability, practices


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 279
Author: Dale, P.
Year: 1995
Title: A successful college retention program
City: Indianapolis, IN
Publisher: ERIC reproduction services No. ED 380 017


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1823
Author: Dalke, C.; Schmitt, S.
Year: 1987
Title: Meeting the transition needs of college-bound students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 20
Pages: 176-180


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1822
Author: Dalke, C.; Franzene, J.
Year: 1988
Title: Secondary-postsecondary collaboration: a model of shared responsibility
Journal: Learning Disabilities Focus
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Pages: 38-45


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 280
Author: Dalmau, M., G. Hatton, et al
Year: 1991
Title: Assessment in i.s.i. program - inclusive schooling - integration
City: Melbourne, Victoria
Publisher: Victoria Dept. of School Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 281
Author: Danek, M.M. & Lawrence, R.E.
Year: 1982
Title: Client-counselor racial similarity and rehabilitation outcomes
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 48
Issue: 3
Pages: 54-58


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 688
Author: Daniel, Caroline
Year: 1998
Title: Radical, angry and willing to work, (disability benefits lobbying in the UK)
Journal: New Statesman & Society
Volume: 127
Issue: 4375
Pages: 2
Date: March 6, 1998
Label: MJ
Keywords: radical; lobbying; U.K.; benefits


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1328
Author: Danley, Karen; Ellison, Marsha Langer
Year: 1999
Title: A handbook for participatory action researchers
City: Boston
Institution: Boston University, Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Pages: 1-28
Keywords: PAR, methods, history, psychiatric disability


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 79
Author: Darling-Hammond, L., Ancess, J., & Falk, B.
Year: 1995
Title: Authentic assessment in action: studies of schools and students at work
City: New York
Publisher: Teachers college press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 282
Author: Darling-Hammond, L., & Falk, B.
Year: 1997
Title: Using standards and assessments to support student learning
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 79
Issue: 3
Pages: 190-199


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 283
Author: Darling-Hammond, L.
Year: 1997
Title: The right to learn
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Jossey-Bass


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 284
Author: Darling-Hammond, L. & Miles, K.H.
Year: 1998
Title: Rethinking the allocation of teaching resources. Some lessons from high performing schools.
Journal: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Pages: 9-29


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 689
Author: Davis, L.
Year: 1997
Title: The disability studies reader
City: New York
Publisher: Routledge


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 285
Author: Davis, C.D.
Year: 1999
Title: Visual enhancements: improving deaf students' transition skills using multimedia technology
Book Title: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
City: Albany, NY
Publisher: Divison of Career Development and Transition
Pages: 267-281


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 286
Author: Day, S., & Edwards, B.
Year: 1996
Title: Assistive technology for post-secondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Pages: 486-492, 503


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1945
Author: Day, L. & Edwards, B.
Year: 1996
Title: Assistive technology for postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Pages: 486-492


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1329
Author: Day-Hairston, Beth
Year: 2002
Title: Ethnic and multicultural concerns: member-at-large
Journal: Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 15
Issue: 5
Keywords: backgrounds, participation, cld, bias, multicultural
Abstract: Developing a nurturing and authentic relationships with Culturally and Linguistically diverse (CLD) students by: (a) learning about all students' cultural backgrounds, (b) visit families, (c) solicit parent participation, (d) Invite underrepresented families to serve on the PTA, (e) allow CLD students and their families to share their culture, (f) provide staff development devoted to meeting the needs of CLD students, and (g) examine own biases, attitudes, and assumptions.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1330
Author: Day-Vines, N.L.
Year: 2000
Title: Ethics, power, and privilege: salient issues in the development of multicultural competencies for teachers serving african american children with disabilities
Journal: Teacher Education and Special Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-18
Keywords: african american, values, strategies, competencies
Abstract: This article focuses on the importance of teachers' ability to work with African American children with disabilities. The article presents a model for developing multicultural awareness that includes several multicultural awareness competencies such as recognition of sociopolitical realities of African Americans, the recognition of oppression, the recognition of racism, recognition of power and privilege. The article also discusses how acquiring factual and demographic information about micro populations, learning about the cultural values and about the social and educational experiences are all also important for enhancing teacher's multicultural competencies. The article recommends strategies, such as enhancing meaningful student involvement in class and fostering parental involvement in the education process, for building multicultural competencies.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 523
Author: De Ford, Susan
Year: 2002
Title: Graduating student defies expectations
Access Date: May 22, 2002
Keywords: special services, community colleges
Notes: Nghi Thai
URL: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A56604-2002May22.html


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 690
Author: Deafblind, International Association for Education of
Year of Conference: 1996
Title: Seminar on acquired deafblindness in adulthood
Conference Name: Seminar on Acquired Deafblindness in Adulthood
Conference Location: Poitiers France
Publisher: APSA;ANPSA;IAEDB
Label: mj
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind; seminar


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 691
Author: Deafblind International
Year of Conference: 1997
Title: Discovering the world together: 4th dbl european conference on deafblindness - proceedings
Conference Name: 4th Dbl European Conference on Deafblindness
Conference Location: Madrid, Spain
Date: July 19 -24
Keywords: discovering; european


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 692
Author: Deci, Edward L.; Chandler, Cristine L.
Year: 1986, December
Title: The importance of motivation for the future of the ld field
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 19
Issue: 10
Pages: 587-594
Notes: EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 693
Author: Deci, Edward L.; Hodges, Rosemary ; Pierson, Louisa ; Tomassone, Joseph
Year: 1992, August/September
Title: Autonomy and competence as motivational factors in students with learning disabilities and emotional handicaps
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Issue: 7
Pages: 457-471
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 287
Author: DeFur, S., & Taymans, J.
Year: 1995
Title: Competencies needed for transition specialists in vocational rehabilitation, vocational education, and special education
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 62
Pages: 38-51


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 694
Author: DeFur, Sharon Hall; Taymans, Juliana M.
Year: 1995
Title: Competencies needed for transition specialist in vocational rehabilitation, vocational education, and special education
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 62
Issue: 1
Pages: 38-51
Date: 1995
Keywords: competencies; vocational


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 288
Author: DeFur, S.H., Getzel, E.E. & Trossi, K.
Year: 1996
Title: Making the postsecondary education match: a role for transition planning
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 231-241


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1331
Author: Demmert, W.
Year: 1994
Title: Blueprints for indian education: languages and cultures
City: Charleston, WV
Publisher: Appalachia Educational Laboratory, Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 695
Author: Derecho, Celeste Nevler
Year: 1996, March
Title: Situational and dispositional factors in affective responses to work
Journal: Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences & Engineering
Volume: 56
Issue: 9-B
Pages: 5206
Abstract: This dissertation examines personality and situational influences in affective responses to work and seeks to determine whether systematic differences occur in women and men employed in similar occupations who have similar educational backgrounds. 360 questionnaires were sent to MBAs who graduated five years ago from the same business school class, 180 to women and 180 to men. The questionnaires contained measures of personality, affects at work and at business school, the percentage of women in comparable jobs, perceptions of power and opportunity, and the number of times the MBAs changed employers. A form of the Big Five (Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness) was used to measure personality. A number of hypotheses regarding the influence of personality were supported.
Positive experiences at work were inversely correlated with Neuroticism and positively correlated with Extraversion and Conscientiousness. Openness predicted the number of times the MBAs changed employers. Based on research suggesting that personality leads to consistency across situations, a positive correlation between satisfaction with business school and with work was expected, but did not emerge. The MBAs' responses on the five-factors were compared with normative data from the population at large. It was determined that the MBAs have personalities more similar to each other than to their same-sex norms, and that the MBAs are more similar to the norms for men than to the norms for women. A number of important similarities emerged between the female and male MBAs: (1) they report similar longevity at the job; (2) Openness predicts the number of employers for both groups; (3) perception of opportunity is the most important predictor of satisfaction with work for both groups; (4) they report similar levels of satisfaction and involvement. One of the most important differences was that the female MBAs perceived that they had less power and opportunity than did t (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002 APA, all rights reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 522
Author: Deschamps, A.
Year: 2001
Title: Self-determination and disclosure
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 42-45
Date: Winter
Keywords: self-determination, disclosure, hidden disability
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1332
Author: Deschaps, Ann
Year: 2001
Title: Self-determination and disclosure
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 42-45
Date: Winter, 2001
Keywords: self-Determination, disclosure, postsecondary, employment, hidden disabilities
Abstract: Regardless of the disability, one of the goals for most students is to become as self-determined as possible. There are seven constructs of the transition process for self-determination, which help clarify the different self-advocacy skills students with disabilities can work on; (1) Self-asareness, (2) Self-advocacy, (3) Self-efficacy, (4) Decision-making, (5) Independent performance, (6) Self-evaluation and (7) Adjustment.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 293
Author: Deshler, D., Ellis, E. & Lenz, B.K.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 289
Author: Deshler, D.D.
Year: 1990
Title: Lessons from building a snowman
Journal: Stratagem
Volume: 23
Issue: 3
Pages: 1-6


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 80
Author: Deshler, D.D. & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1993
Title: Strategy mastery by at-risk students: not a simple matter
Journal: Elementary School Journal
Volume: 94
Pages: 153-167


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 696
Author: Deshler, Donald D.; Schumaker, Jean B.
Year: 1993, November
Title: Strategy mastery by at-risk students: not a simple matter
Journal: Elementary School Journal
Volume: 94
Issue: 2
Pages: 153-164
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 81
Author: Deshler, D., Ellis, E. & Lenz, B.K.
Year: 1996
Title: Teaching adolescents with learning disabilities (2nd Ed.)
City: Denver, CO
Publisher: Love Publications


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 82
Author: DeStefano, L. & Snauwaert, D.
Year: 1989
Title: A value-critical approach to transition policy analysis
Institution: Secondary Transition Intervention Effectiveness Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 290
Author: DeStefano, L.S., Hasazi, S.B., McGinty, S., & Topper, K.
Year of Conference: 1993
Title: Special education is too slow regular education is too fast: a qualitative study of youth who dropped out
Conference Name: Annual meeting of the American Education Research Association
Conference Location: Atlanta, GA


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1333
Author: Destefano, L.; Heck, D.; Hasazi, S.; Furney, K.
Year: 1999
Title: A report on the policy forum on transition
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 86-100
Keywords: planning, practices, participation, local, family
Abstract: This project is comprised of three substudies: Substudy 1 describes the range of variation in state and local practices related to transition and includes the activities described in this report. Substudy 2 is designed to describe the nature and extent of student and family participation in transition planning and the related post-school outcomes and satisfaction. Substudy 3 provides in-depth descriptions of local policies, practices and procedures associated with transition services and the ways in which they promote or inhibit implementation of the transition services requirements of IDEA.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 697
Author: Deutsch, L.J.; Richards, A. M.
Year: 1979
Title: Elementary hearing science
City: Massachusetts
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Allyn and Bacon
Keywords: elementary; science


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 698
Author: Development, The College of Education & Human
Year: February, 2003
Title: Connecting to success
Institution: University of Minesota
Pages: 1-134
Date: February, 2003
Keywords: connecting, success, mentoring, technology, promote, student achievement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 291
Author: Devlieger, P. & Trach, J.
Year: 1996
Title: Ethnographic study of transition: on the threshold of adult life


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1334
Author: Deyhle, D.; Swisher, K. G
Year: 1997
Title: Research in american indian and alaska native education: from assimilation to self-determination
Editor: Apple, Michael W.
Book Title: Review of Research in Education
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
Volume: 22
Pages: 113-194


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 699
Author: DiCecco, Vonnie M.; Gleason, Mary M.
Year: 2002
Title: Using graphic organizers to attain relational knowledge from expository text
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 35
Issue: 4
Pages: 306-320
Date: July/August 2002
Keywords: graphic organizers; expository
Abstract: Many students with learning disabilities (LD) experience diffifculties with extracting relationships from expository text, especially if they are implicit. Results from studies with K-12 participants have been inconclusive regarding the potency of the graphic organizer (GO)as a comprehension tool. This study attempted to address some of the concerns with GO research by examining the effects of using GOs with middle school students with LD to convey and cue relational knowledge, using a longer intervention and using written essays to assess the students' attainment of relational knowledge.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 700
Author: Dickens, C.
Year: 1993
Title: Bringing Research into Effective Focus
Number: 5
Date: 1993
Keywords: research, effective, focus


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1824
Author: Dickey, K.D.; Satcher, J.
Year: 1994
Title: The selection of postsecondary placement options by school counselors for students with learning disabilities
Journal: School Counselor
Volume: 41
Pages: 347-351


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 701
Author: Diehl, William; Hofflinger, Alex; Weisstein, Ephraim
Year: 2002, December
Title: At the center or the margin: massachusetts' experience under the school-to-work opportunities act
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Issue: December 2002
Pages: 280-88


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 702
Author: DiMaggio, Paul J.
Year: 1997
Title: Culture and cognition
Journal: Annual Review of Sociology
Volume: 23
Issue: 263
Pages: 25 pg
Date: 1997
Keywords: culture; cognition
URL: http://soc.AnnualReviews.org/cgi/content/full/23/1/263


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 466
Title: National family for the advancement of minorities with disabilities
Year: 1997
URL: www.adhost.com/bpland/join.htm


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 135
Author: Disabilities, National Organization on
Year: 1998
Title: 1998 n.o.d./ hariss survey of americans with disabilities
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Louis Harris & Associates


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 470
Author: Disabilities, National Organization on
Year: 1998
Title: 1998 n.o.d./ harris survey of americans with disabilities
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Louis Harris & Associates


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1946
Author: Disabilities, National Joint Committee on Learning
Year: 1999
Title: Learning disabilities: issues in higher education
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 22
Pages: 262-266


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1947
Author: Disabilities, National Center for Learning
Year: 2002
Title: Students with learning disabilities: a national review
City: Washington, DC
Pages: 2-22
URL: www.LD.org


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 463
Author: Disability, National Council on
Year: 1993
Title: Study on the financing of assistive technology devices and services for individuals with disabilities. a report to the president and the congress of the united states
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 355 696


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1335
Author: Disability, National Council on
Year: 1994
Title: Inclusionary education for students with disabilities: keeping the promise
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Author


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 464
Author: Disability, National Council on
Year: 1996
Title: Access to the information superhighway and emerging information technologies by people with disabilities
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 400 658


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 465
Author: Disability, National Council on
Year: 1997
Title: Outreach to minorities with disabilities and people with disabilities in rural communities: roundtable of report of findings
City: Atlanta, GA


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2017
Author: Disability Service Providers Alliance
Year: n.d.
Title: DSPA internet resources: a listing of major postsecondary resources available on the internet and world wide web, which help students with disabilities, educators and other support personnel
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.usm.maine.edu/oassd/dspa/page5.html
Author Address: University of Southern Maine
Office of Academic Support for Studetns with Disabilities, Room 237
Luther Bonney Hall
96 Falmouth St.
P.O. Box 9300
Portland, ME 04104

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 703
Author: DO-IT
Year: 2001
Title: Do-it snapshots 2001
Producer: University of Washington
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: June 10
URL: http://www.washington/edu/doit/Snapshots


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 292
Author: Dodd, J.M., Nelson, J.R., Ostwald, S.W., Fischer, J.
Year: 1991
Title: Rehabilitation counselor education programs' response to cultural pluralism
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 46-48


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1336
Author: Dodd, John M.; Fischer, Jerome; Ostwald, Steven W.; Rose, Patricia M.
Year: 1992
Title: Vocational readiness in american indian learning disabled adolescents
Institution: American Indian Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Institute for Human Development, Northern Arizona University.
Abstract: An investigation of tests, modifications and adaptations, and procedures employed by school psychologists working with American Indian and non-Indian high school students with learning disabilities was conducted. Findings suggest that with sufficient motivation, services, compensatory procedures, and adaptations, American Indian students with learning disabilities can attain careers in prestigious professions such as medicine and dentistry, as many non-Indian persons with learning disabilities have attained.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 704
Author: Dolnick, Edward
Year: 1993
Title: Deafness as culture
Journal: The Atlantic Monthly
Issue: September 1993
Pages: 37-40, 43-53
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf, blind; culture


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 705
Author: Dominguez, C.M.
Year: 2002
Title: Better education for better opportunities- a shared responsibility
Journal: Black Issues in Higher Eduation,
Volume: 19
Issue: 16
Pages: p82
Date: september 26, 2002
Accession Number: 7425805
Keywords: better, education, opportunities, shared responsibilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1337
Author: Donovan, M. Suzanne; Cross, Christopher T.
Year: 2001
Title: Minority students in special and gifted education
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council
Keywords: schooling, ethnicity, recommendations, referral
Abstract: The goal of the report was to understand why disproportion occurs. To gain understanding four questions were asked; (a) Are there biological and social or contextual contributors to early development that differ by race or ethnicity? (b) Does schooling independenlty contriute to the incidence of special needs or giftedness among students in different racial/ethnic groups through the oportunities that it provides? (c) Is there reason to believe that the current process is biased in terms or ethnicity? (d) Is placement in special education a benefit or a risk? Does the outcome differ by race or ethnic group?
Disproportion in special education exists between different racial groups as well as for low versus high-incidence categories. While there is not a disproportion for those with low-incidence disability categories (i.e. - deaf, blind, etc.), there is a disproportion for high-incidence categories with minority students being over-represented for mild mental retardation, emotional disturbance, and to some extent learning disabilities. This over-representation may be a result of bias from teachers in the referral process and bias from the assessment process itself. Evidence suggests that parent advocacy and teacher quality are less likely in higher-poverty school districts where minority children are concentrated. Also, evidence finds that early identification and intervention are more effective with regards to both achievement and behavior than later identification and intervention. Recommendations are given in several categories: referral and eligibility determination in special education and gifted and talented education; teacher quality; biological and early childhood risk factors; data collection; and expanding the research and development base.
URL: http://www.nap.edn/openbook/03090743/html/R2.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 294
Author: Dooley-Dickey, K.
Year: 1991
Title: Understanding the college ld student: a qualitative approach
Journal: College Student Affairs Journal
Volume: 11
Issue: 2
Pages: 25-33


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1338
Author: Doren, Bonnie; Bullis, Michael
Year: 1996
Title: Predicting the arrest status of adolescents with disabilities in transition
Journal: Journal of Special Education
Volume: 29
Issue: 4
Pages: 363-380
Date: Winter
Keywords: disabilities, SLD, SED, arrests, schooling, transition


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 706
Author: Douthitt, C.
Year: 1995
Title: Problems of providing services to persons with disabilities from minority groups
Editor: Walker, S.; Turner, L.A.; Haile-Michael, M.; Vincent, A.; Miles, M.D.
Book Title: Disability and diversity: New leadership for a new era
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: PCEPD & HURTC
Notes: Copy not obtained yet


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1339
Author: Douthitt, Carl
Year: 2001
Title: Problems of providing services to persons with disabilities from minority groups
Producer: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: January 17
Keywords: Disabilities
Minority Groups
Abstract: This paper looks at issues that prevent minority persons with disabilities from receiving rehabilitation services successfully. These issues include negative perceptions and attitudes of people without disabilities, a service delivery system that is oriented by the dominant culture, and a lack of understanding of minority cultures.
URL: http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/pubs/diverse/douthitt.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1994
Author: Dowdy, C.
Year: 1996
Title: Vocational rehabilitation and special education: partners in transition for individuals with learning disaibilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Pages: 137-147


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 300
Author: Dowrick, P.W., Heinz, V.L., Clark, J.
Year: 1989
Title: Human resource development plan in mental health for the state of alaska
City: Juneau, Alaska
Institution: Alaska DHSS


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 296
Author: Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 1996
Title: Transition issues
Editor: L. Kurtz, P. Dowrick, S. Levy, & M. Batshaw
Book Title: Handbook on developmental disabilities
City: Gaithersburg, MD
Publisher: Aspen


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 297
Author: Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 1996
Title: Transitions
Editor: Kurtz, L., Dowrick, P.W., Levy, S., & Batshaw, M.L.
Book Title: Children's Seashore house handbook of developmental disabilities: resources for interdisciplinary care
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Aspen


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 295
Author: Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 1998
Title: A consideration of "community response programmes" for disabilities or other issues of common concern
Journal: New Zealand Journal of Psychology
Volume: 27
Issue: 2
Pages: 30-35


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 84
Author: Dowrick, P.W., Power, T.J., Manz, P.H., Ginsburg-Block, M., Leff, S.S., & Kim-Rupnow, S.
Year: 1999
Title: Creating futures: potential of Video empowerment in postsecondary education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 298
Author: Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 1999
Title: A review of self-modeling and related applications
Journal: Applied and Preventive Psychology
Volume: 8
Pages: 23-39


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 299
Author: Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 2000
Title: Case reports on students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Journal: Research Findings Brief. National Center for the study of Postsecondary Education Supports
Volume: 1
Issue: 5
Pages: 1-2


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 707
Author: Dowrick, P.; Skouge, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Creating futures: potential of video empowerment in postsecondary education
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#011-H01
Keywords: potential, video, empowerment, postsecondary education.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 83
Author: Dowrick, P.W., Power, T.J., Manz, P.H., Ginsburg-Block, M., Leff, S.S., & Kim-Rupnow, S.
Year: in press
Title: Community responsiveness: examples from under-resourced urban schools
Journal: Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 301
Author: Dugan, M.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Adaptive technology as it relates to postsecondary education
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1995
Author: Dukes, Lyman L., III; Shaw, S.F.
Year: 1998
Title: Not just children anymore: personnel preparation regarding postseondary education for adults with disabilities
Journal: Teacher Education and Special Education
Volume: 21
Pages: 205-213


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 708
Author: Dukes, Lyman L., III
Year: 2001
Title: The process: development of ahead program standards
Journal: Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability
Volume: 14
Issue: 2
Pages: 62-80
Date: 2001 Spring
Keywords: AHEAD, program standards


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 709
Author: Dunn, Cynthia W; Veltman, Gayle C
Year: 1989, October
Title: Addressing the restrictive career maturity patterns of minority youth: a program evaluation
Journal: Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development
Volume: 17
Issue: 4
Pages: 156-164
Abstract: Evaluated the impact of the summer portion of a high school
program designed to increase minority participation in
mathematics, science, and engineering on the career maturity of 20
Black and 2 Asian American high school students. Ss were
administered the Career Maturity Inventory, and decisiveness,
orientation, and compromise scales before and after the program.
Positive differences in levels of career maturity were found
following exposure to the program. The rise in scores on the
decisiveness scale indicated that Ss had begun to make some
career-related decisions. Ss also exhibited increases in their
favorable attitude toward work. This program addressed the sources
of traditional restrictive choice patterns of ethnic minorities
and seemed to have impact on the students' perception of
opportunity. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002 APA, all rights
reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1340
Author: Dunn, Caroline
Year: 1996
Title: A status report on transition planning for individuals with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Issue: 1
Pages: 17-30
Date: January


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 710
Author: Durand, V. Mark
Year: 2001
Title: Communication: let's talk behavior
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 20-22
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 711
Author: Durett; Luster
Year: 1995
Title: The more things change: a longtitudinal study of placements of special education students in louisiana
Pages: 1-20
Date: 1995
Keywords: change, longtitudinal, study, placement, Special education, Louisiana


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1825
Author: Durlak, C. M.; Rose, E.; Bursuck, W.D.
Year: 1994
Title: Preparing high school students with learning disabilities for the transition to postsecondary education: teaching the skills of self-determination
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 27
Pages: 51-59


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 712
Author: Durodoye, Beth; Bodley, Gabrielle
Year: 1997, March
Title: Career development issues for ethnic minority college students
Journal: College Student Journal
Volume: 31
Issue: 1
Pages: 27-32


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 302
Author: Eagle, E., Choy, S., Hoachlander, E.G., Stoddard, S., & Tuma, J.
Year: 1989
Title: Increasing vocational options for students with learning handicaps: a practical guide
City: Berkeley
Publisher: UC, Natl. Ctr. for Research in vocational education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 713
Author: Eagleson, R.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: I only needed an opportunity
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 23


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 714
Author: Eagleton Institute of Politics
Year: 1993
Title: Employing people with disabilities: the employer's perspecitive--focus group discussions
City: New Brunswick, NJ
Institution: Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 715
Author: Eagleton Institute of Politics
Year: 1993
Title: Employing people with disabilities: the employer's perspective--quantitative survey
City: New Brunswick, NJ
Institution: Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University.


Reference Type: Audiovisual Material
Record Number: 1996
Author: Eaton, H.; Coull, L.
Year: 1998
Title: Transitions to postsecondary learning: students with learning disabilities and /or attention deficit disorder
City: Vancouver, BC
Publisher: Eaton Cull Learning Group, Ltd


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1341
Author: Ebbers, Larry H.; Henry, Shirley L.
Year: 1990
Title: Cultural competence: a new challenge to student affairs professionals
Journal: NASPA Journal
Volume: 27
Issue: 4
Pages: 319-323
Date: Summer
Keywords: cultural competence, student affairs, assessment, inservice


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 305
Author: Edgar, E. & Levine, P.
Year: 1986
Title: Washington state follow-up studies of postsecondary special education students
City: Seattle
Publisher: University of Washington


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 85
Author: Edgar, E.
Year: 1987
Title: Secondary programs in special education: are many of them justifiable?
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 53
Pages: 555-561


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 86
Author: Edgar, E.
Year: 1988
Title: Employment as an outcome for mildly handicapped students: current status and future directions
Journal: Focus on Exceptional Children
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-8
Keywords: outcomes, solution, social justice, entilements


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 306
Author: Edgar, E. & Polloway, E.A.
Year: 1994
Title: Education for adolescents with disabilities: curriculum and placement issues
Journal: The Journal of Special Education
Volume: 27
Pages: 438-452


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 176
Author: Education, U.S. Dept. of
Year: 1989
Title: To assure the free appropriate public education of all children with disabilities: eleventh annual report on the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Act
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 462
Author: Education, National Association of State Boards of
Year: 1990
Title: Today's children, tomorrow's survival: a call to restructure schools
City: Alexandria, VA
Publisher: NASBE


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1948
Author: Education, American Council on
Year: 1992
Title: College freshmen with disabilities: a statistical profile
City: Washington, DC
Report Number: H030C00001-91


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 179
Author: Education, Virginia State Department of
Year: 1994
Title: Demographics of students exiting special education (House Document No. 14)
City: Richmond, VA.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 174
Author: Education, U.S. Dept. of
Year: 1995
Title: Research in the education of individuals with disabilities, innovation and development in special education, directory of current projects
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 138
Author: Education, Office of Educational Research and
Year: 1996
Title: Bulletin number seven
City: Washington DC


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 173
Author: Education, U.S. Dept. of
Year: 1996
Title: What is a school wide program? improving america's schools: a newsletter on issues in school reform


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1178
Author: Education, Oregon Department of
Year: 1996
Title: Performance standards
City: Salem, OR
Publisher: Oregon Dept. of Ed.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 307
Author: Eichhorn, L.
Year: 1997
Title: Reasonable accommodations and the awkward compromises: issues concerning learning disabled students and professional school in the law school context
Journal: Journal of Law and Education
Volume: 26
Pages: 31-63


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 308
Author: Eileen, O.
Year: 1994
Title: Assistive technology for students with disabilities: rights under federal law
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 377 624


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 717
Author: Eisenmann, L.
Year: 2001
Title: Conceptualizing the contribution of career-oriented schooling to self-determination
Journal: Career Development of Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 24
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-17
Date: Spring, 2001
Abstract: Transition from school-to-work and self-determination are two important themes driving research and practice related to secondary education for students with disabilities. Although the value of career education, specific vocational experiences, and self-determination development is widely recognized, there is a need for research on the interplay of individuals' self-determination and new forms of career-oriented schooling introduced through general education in the last decade. This paper discusses the conceptual models and previous research that illuminate the complex and promising relationship between career-oriented schooling and self-determination for all students.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2055
Author: Eller, Ronald


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1342
Author: Eller, Ronald; Martinez, Ruben; Pace, Cynthia; Pavel, Michael; Garza, Hector; Barnett, Lynn
Year: 1998
Title: Removing barriers to rural cc access - aacc project brief
Producer: American Association of Community Colleges
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 13
Keywords:cld, community college, postsecondary access, poverty, rural, barriers, transition,delivery systems, support services
Abstract: Describes three-year outcomes of the Ford Foundation's Rural Community College Initiative, which provides funds and technical assistance to nine pilot community colleges in distressed rural areas to improve access and foster economic development. Four general approaches appeared to be effective: (1) partnerships for transition (working with schools and businesses); (2) alternative delivery systems (finding ways to reach remote areas); (3) academic support services (helping disadvantaged students succeed); and (4) holistic approaches to access (reaching out to underserved groups). Areas still needing to be addressed were identified as: (1) institutional culture (values, policies, practices, attitudes); (2) financial resources (realignments, state/federal funding, new resources); (3) welfare reform (focus on work, support service needs, varying regulations); (4) gender issues (practices, attitudes, expectations, family issues); and (5) racial dynamics (historical relationships, ideologies, power structures, divisions of labor). The brief stresses the need to tailor all activities to the local cultural context.
URL: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Content/ContentGroups/Project_Briefs2/ruralaccess.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2057
Author: Ellerd, D.A.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 310
Author: Ellis, E.S., Deshler, D.D., Lenz, B.K., Schumaker, J.B., & Clark, F.L.
Year: 1991
Title: An instructional model for teaching learning strategies
Journal: Focus on Exceptional Children
Volume: 21
Pages: 1-8


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 309
Author: Ellis, E.S.
Year: 1992
Title: The lincs vocabulary learning strategy: instructor's manual
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 311
Author: Elmore, R.F.
Year: 1996
Title: Getting to scale with good educational practice
Journal: Harvard Graduate School of Education
Volume: 66
Issue: 1
Pages: 15-31


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1826
Author: Elrod, G.F.
Year: 1987
Title: Transition-related assessment: the foundation of preparation for postsecondary success
Journal: Diagnostique
Volume: 12
Pages: 127-130


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 718
Author: Employee Benefit Research Institute
Year: 2000
Title: Publications (Winter 2001)
Place Published: Minneapolis, MN
Publisher: University of Minnesota, College of Education & Human Development


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1949
Author: ERIC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 719
Author: Errante, Antoinette
Year: 2000
Title: But sometimes you're not part of the story: oral histories and ways of remembering and telling
Journal: Educational Researcher
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 16-27
Date: March 2000
Label: MJ
Keywords: histories


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 312
Author: Esses, V.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Determinant of attitudes toward people with disabilities
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 373 474


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1637
Author: Evans Getzel, Elizabeth; Stodden, Robert A.; Briel, L
Year: 2001
Title: Pursuing Postsecondary Education Opportunities for Individuals with disabilities
Journal: Life beyond the classroom: transition strategies for young people with disabilities
Volume: 3rd edition
Pages: 247-259


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 313
Author: Everson, J.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Youth with disabilities: strategies for interagency transition programs
City: Stoneham, MA
Publisher: Butterworth-heinmenn Publishers


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1827
Editor: Everson, J.M.; Enos, J.
Year: 1995
Title: Postsecondary education: Opportunites and challenges for students who are deaf-blind
City: Sands Point, NY
Publisher: Helen Keller National Center-Technical Assistance Center
Label: DE 385 973-13 pages


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1343
Author: Fabian, Ellen S.; Lent, Robert W.; al., et
Year: 1998
Title: Predicting work transition outcomes for students wtih disabilities: Implications for counselors
Keywords: counselors, internships, concerns, work entry


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1344
Author: Fair, George W.; Sullivan, Allen R.
Year: 1980
Title: Career opportunities for culturally diverse handicapped youth
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 46
Issue: 8
Pages: 626-631
Date: May
Keywords: Career opportunities,culturally diverse, disability, transition
Abstract: This article provides an overview of the employment situation for culturally diverse handicapped youth and the barriers to their achievement. Further, strategies are suggested for career and vocational education programs in which culturally diverse handicapped students are enrolled: 1) Begin instruction at students' present level; 2) Utilize mastery learning objectives; 3) Accommodate differences in learning styles; 4) Provide a positive psychological climate; 5) Enable students to build an internal sense of responsibility; 6) provide a well articulated, comprehensive, cohesive program structure; 7) Provide comprehensive personnel development; and 8) Facilitate career planning.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1345
Author: Faircloth, Susan; Tippeconnic, John W. III
Year: 2000
Title: Issues in the education of american indian and alaska native students with disabilities
Producer: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 14
Keywords: Native American, Alaska Native, disabilities, appropriate assessments
Abstract: This digest presents suggestions for addressing selected issues in the education of AI/An students with disabilities. Issues include preparation and recruitment of special educators and related service providers, the rights and responsibilities of parents, development and use of culturally and linguistically appropriate assessment, and education in the least restrictive environment.
URL: http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/custom/portlets/recordDetails/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=ED448009&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=ED448009


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 314
Author: Fairweather, J. & Shaver, D.
Year: 1991
Title: Making the transition to postsecondary education and training
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 57
Pages: 264-270


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1829
Author: Fairweather, J.S.; Shaver, D.
Year: 1991
Title: Making the transition to postsecondary education and training
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 57
Pages: 264-270


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1346
Author: Farley, Roy C.; Johnson, Virginia Anne
Year: 1999
Title: Enhancing the career exploration and job-seeking skills of secondary students with disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Issue: 1
Pages: 43-54
Date: Spring
Keywords: secondary students, disability, job-seeking, career exploration


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1347
Author: Farone, Mark C.; Hall, Elizabeth W.; Costello, James J.
Year: 1998
Title: Postsecondary disability issues: an inclusive identification strategy
Journal: Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 35-45
Keywords: access, services, information, inclusion, postsecondary


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 315
Author: Fawcett, S.B., Seekins, T., Wang-Ramos, P.L., Muiu, C., & Suarez-Balcazar, Y.
Year: 1984
Title: Creating and using social technologies for community empowerment
Journal: Prevention in Human Services
Volume: 3
Pages: 145-171


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1830
Author: Feichtner, S.H.
Year: 1989
Title: Counseling to facilitiate transition of at-risk students in a postsecondary setting
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 11
Issue: 3
Pages: 19-23


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1348
Author: Feist-Price, Sonja
Year: 1995
Title: African americans with disabilities and equity in vocational rehabilitiation services: one state's review
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 39
Issue: 2
Pages: 119-129
Date: Dec
Keywords: closure, DVR, acceptance, family strength model


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 720
Author: Feldmann, Ellen; Messerli, Carma
Year of Conference: 1995
Title: Successful transition: The student's perspective
Conference Name: American Council on Rural Special Education
Conference Location: Las Vega, Nevada
Pages: 151-159
Keywords: transition; student's perspective


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 317
Author: Ferguson, D.L.
Year: 1995
Title: The real challenge of inclusion: confessions of a "rabid inclusionist"
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 77
Issue: 4
Pages: 281-287


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 87
Author: Ferguson, D.L.
Year of Conference: 1997
Title: Changing tactics: research on embedding inclusion reforms within general education restructuring efforts
Conference Name: Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association
Conference Location: Chicago, IL


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 721
Author: Ferrell, K.A.; Persichette, K.A.; Lowell, N.L.
Year: 2000
Title: Distance learning technologies for blind and visually impaired students
Book Title: General Sessions Proceedings for Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, March 20-25, 2000
City: Los Angeles, CA
Publisher: California State University at Northridge, Center on Disabilities. Available online: http://www.csun.edu/cod/conf/2000/proceedings/csun00.htm
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 318
Author: Ferretti, R.P. & Okolo, C.
Year: 1996
Title: Authenticity in learning: multi-media design projects in the social studies for students with LD
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Pages: 450-460


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 319
Author: Fetterman, D.
Year: 1996
Title: Introduction to theory and practice
Editor: D. Fetterman, S. Kaftarian & A. Wandersman
Book Title: Empowerment evaluation: knowledge and tools for self-assessment and accountability
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 320
Author: Fichten, C., Goodrick, G., Tagalaskis, V., Amsel, R., & Libman, E.
Year: 1990
Title: Getting along in college: recommendations for college students with disabilities and their professors
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 34
Pages: 103-125


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 722
Author: Fichten, CS.; Asuncion, J.V.; Barile, M.
Year: 2001
Title: Computer and information technologies: resources for the postsecondary education of students with disabilities
Pages: 1-5
Date: 2001
Keywords: computer, information, technologies, resources, postsecondary, education students, disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 723
Author: Fichten, C.S.; Asuncion, J.V.; Barile, M.
Year: 2001
Title: Computer and information technologies: resources for the postsecondary education of students with disabilities
Pages: 1-143
Date: Fall, 2001
Keywords: computer, information, technologies, resources, postsecondary, education, disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 724
Author: Fichten, C.S.; Asuncion, J.V.; Barille, M
Year: 2001
Title: Computer and information technologies: resources for the postsecondary education of students with disabilities
Institution: Dawson College
Pages: 5-143
Date: 2001
Keywords: computer, information, technologies, resources, postsecondary, education students, disabilities


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 725
Author: Field, Sharon; Martin, James; Miller, Robert; Ward, Michael; Wehmeyer, Michael
Title: Self-determination for persons with disabilities: a position statement of the division on career development and transition
Producer: Division on Career Development and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 9
URL: http://www.dcdt.org/pdf/self_deter.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 321
Author: Fine, M.
Year: 1986
Title: Why urban adolescents drop into and out of public high school
Journal: Teachers College Record
Volume: 87
Pages: 393-410


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 726
Author: Fine, Michelle; Asch, Adrienne
Year: 1988
Title: Disability beyond stigma: social interaction, discrimination and activism
Journal: Journal of Social Issues
Volume: 44
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-21
Date: 1988
Label: MJ
Keywords: stigma; interaction; discrimination; activism


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1349
Author: Fine, Michelle; Asch, Adrienne
Year: 1988
Title: Disability beyond stigma: social interaction, discrimination, and action
Journal: Journal of Social Issues
Volume: 44
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-21


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 88
Author: Fink, R.P.
Year: 1996
Title: Successful dyslexics: a constructivist study of passionate interest reading
Journal: Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy
Volume: 39
Issue: 4
Pages: 268-80


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 27
Author: Finn, L.L.
Year: 1997
Title: Critical support services for college students with disabilities
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 412 712


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 89
Author: Fisher, D., Sax, K., Skoglund, K., & Jorgenson, C.
Year: 1997
Title: Philosophical foundations of inclusive, restructuring schools
Editor: Jorgenson, C.
Book Title: Restructuring high schools for all students: Taking inclusion to the next level
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 323
Author: Fisher, D., Sax, C., & Pumpian, I.
Year: 1997
Title: Including all students in the high school reform agenda
Journal: Education and Treatment of children
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Pages: 59-67


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 322
Author: Fisher, D., Pumpian, I., & Sax, C.
Year: 1998
Title: Parent and caregiver impressions of different educational models
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 19
Issue: 3
Pages: 173-180


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 730
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Pumpian, Ian; Sax, Caren
Year: 1998
Title: Parent and caregiver impressions of different educational models
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 19
Issue: 3
Pages: 173-180
Date: 1998 May-June
Keywords: parent caregiver impressions


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 731
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Pumpian, Ian; Sax, Caren
Year: 1998
Title: High school students attitudes about and recommendations for their peers with significan disabilities
Journal: JASH
Volume: 23
Issue: 3
Pages: 272-282
Date: 1998
Keywords: high school students attitudes; peers; inclusion; inclusive education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 324
Author: Fisher, S.K. & Gardner, J.E.
Year: 1999
Title: Introduction to technology with transition competencies
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Pages: 131-151


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 727
Author: Fisher, Douglas
Year: 1999
Title: According to their peers: inclusion as high school students see it
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 37
Issue: 6
Pages: 458-467
Date: 1999 December
Keywords: high school students attitudes; peers; inclusion


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 732
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Sax, Caren
Year: 1999
Title: Noticing differences between secondary and postsecondary education: extending agran, snow and swaner's discussion
Journal: JASH
Volume: 24
Issue: 4
Pages: 303-305
Date: 1999
Keywords: transition; Agran; Snow; Swaner


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 733
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Sax, Caren
Year: 1999
Title: Noticing differences between secondary and postsecondary education: extending agran, snow and swanner's discussion
City: San Diego
Institution: San Diego State University
Pages: 303-305
Date: 1999
Keywords: differences, secondary, postsecondary, education, Agran, Snow, Swanner, discussion


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 734
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Sax, Caren; Rodifer, Karen; Pumpian, Ian
Year: 1999
Title: Teacher's perspectives of curriculum and climate changes: benefits of inclusive education
Journal: Journal for a Just and Caring Education
Volume: 5
Issue: 3
Pages: 256-268
Date: 1999 July
Keywords: inclusive education; teachers perspectives


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 728
Author: Fisher, Douglas
Year: 2000
Title: Curriculum and instruction for all abilities and intelligences
Magazine: The High School Magazine
Pages: 21-25, 52
Date: 2000 March
Keywords: curriculum; instruction


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 729
Author: Fisher, Douglas; Frey, Nancy
Year: 2001
Title: Access to the core curriculum: critical ingredients for student success
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 22
Issue: 3
Pages: 148-157
Date: 2001 May-June
Keywords: core curriculum; student success


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 325
Author: Fleischer, M.
Year: 1995
Title: Beggars and thieves: lives of urban street criminals
City: Madison, WI
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 735
Author: Fleischer, D.Z.; Zames, F.
Year: 2001
Title: The disability rights movement: from charity to confrontation
City: Philadelphia
Publisher: Temple University Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 736
Author: Flexer, C.
Year: 1994
Title: Facilitating hearing and listening in young children
City: San Diego
Publisher: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.
Keywords: facilitating; listening


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 326
Author: Fliegel, F.C.
Year: 1993
Title: Diffusion research in rural sociology
City: Westport, CT
Publisher: Greenwood Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1997
Author: Florian, L.; Dee, L.; Byers, R.; Maudslay, L.
Year: 2000
Title: What happens after the age of 14? mapping transition for pupils with profound and complex learning difficulties
Journal: British Journal of Special Education
Volume: 27
Issue: 124-128


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1350
Author: Flowers, Carl; Edwards, Dothel; Pusch, Burton
Year: 1996
Title: Rehabilitation cultural diversity initiative: a regional survey of cultural diversity within cils
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Pages: 22-28
Date: July/August/September
Keywords: independent living, minorities, underserved, strategies, positions
Abstract: This article focuses on: 1) a review of independent living centers and the movement before their establishment; 2) results from a survey describing diversity within independent living centers in a federal Rehabilitation Services Administration Region; and 3) suggestions for outreach to traditionally underserved and unserved populations. The article suggests that prior to outreach, centers should identify a target group among the underserved populations in their areas and then assess all previous efforts. Following assessment, strategies for improving services to culturally diverse populations include cultural sensitivity training for staff, development of conferences, development of newsletters and brochures, and creation of a position for Minority Affairs Coordinator.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1351
Author: Floyd, Caren
Year: 1996
Title: Achieving despite the odds: a study of resilience among a group of africa american high school seniors
Journal: Journal of Negro Education
Volume: 65
Issue: 2
Pages: 181-189
Date: Spring
Keywords: at-risk, achieving, protective mechanisms, personality


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 327
Author: Fogarty, R.
Year: 1995
Title: Best practices for the learner centered classroom: a collection of articles by robin fogarty
City: Palatine, IL
Publisher: IRI/Skylight Publishing, Inc


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1352
Author: Force, Indian Nations At Risk Task
Year: 1991
Title: Indian nations at risk task force: an educational strategy for action: final report of the indian nations at risk task force
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Education
Report Number: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 343 753


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 261
Author: Foundation, Carnegie
Year: 1995
Title: The basic school: a community for learning
City: New York


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 262
Author: Foundation, Carnegie
Year: 1996
Title: Great transitions: preparing adolescents for a new century
City: New York


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 90
Author: Fourqurean, J.M. & LaCourt, T.
Year: 1991
Title: A follow-up of former special education students: a model for program evaluation
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
Pages: 16-23


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 91
Author: Fourqurean, J.M., Meisgeier, C., Swank, P.R. & Williams, R.E.
Year: 1991
Title: Correlates of postsecondary employment outcomes for young adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Pages: 400-405


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1353
Author: Fourqurean, John; Meisgeier, Charles; Swank, Paul; Williams, Robert
Year: 1991
Title: Correlates of postsecondary employment outcomes for young adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Issue: 7
Pages: 400-405
Date: August/September
Keywords: postsecondary
Abstract: The study looks at the postsecondary status of learning disabled young adults and attempts to examine which variables predict postsecondary employment success for LD young adults. Structured telephone interviews were conducted with 175 LD young adults. Three variables were related to employment success including high math ability, being employed while in high school, and having parents who participated in their education. Findings also showed that college was a high goal but only 32 of the subjects had completed at least one semester of college. They found college difficult and complained of taking remedial classes that did not count towards a degree. Limitations to the sample in the study included a lack of geographic, economic, and ethnic diversity.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 737
Author: Fourqurean, John M.; Meisgeier, Charles; Swank, Paul R.; Williams, Robert E.., , , Vol. Issue
Year: 1991, August/September
Title: Correlates of postsecondary employment Outcomes for young adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Issue: 7
Pages: 400-405
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1354
Author: Fowler, LaSonna; Seekins, Tom; Dwyer, Kathy; Duffy, Susan W.; Brod, Rodney L.
Year: 2000
Title: American indian disability legislation and programs: findings of the first national survey of tribal governments
Journal: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Volume: 10
Issue: 2
Pages: 116-185
Abstract: The goal of this project is to develop and test methods to assist American Indian tribes in considering their own disability legislation that would be similar in principle and effectiveness to the ADA and also respect tribal sovereignty and cultural diversity.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 328
Author: Frank, A.R., Sitlington, P.L., & Carson, R.
Year: 1991
Title: Transition of adolescents with behavioral disorders-is it successful?
Journal: Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 16
Pages: 180-191


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1950
Author: Frank, A.R., Sitlington, P.L., & Carson, R.
Year: 1995
Title: Young adults with behavioral disorders: a comparison with peers with mild disabilities
Journal: Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 3
Pages: 156-164


Reference Type: Film or Broadcast
Record Number: 738
Writer: Franklin, Barbara Ph.D
Year Released: 2001
Title: Erick Gallegos: A personal odyssey of a deaf-blind boy/day 1
Series Title: Application of Assistive Technology to Deaf-Blind/Day 1 of 5
City: San Francisco, California
Distributor: Department of Special Education San Francisco State University
Producer: Services, California Deaf-Blind
Date Released: October 15, 2001
Medium: videotape
Keywords: erick gallegos; odyssey; deaf, blind


Reference Type: Film or Broadcast
Record Number: 739
Writer: Franklin, Barbara Ph.D
Year Released: 2001
Title: Cochlear Implants: an overview/day 2 of 5
Series Title: Application of Assistive Technology to Deaf-Blind/Day 2 of 5
City: San Francisco, CA
Distributor: Department of Special Education San Francisco State University
Producer: Services, California Deaf-Blind
Date Released: October 15, 2001
Medium: videotape
Keywords: cochlear implants,deaf-blind


Reference Type: Film or Broadcast
Record Number: 740
Writer: Franklin, Barbara Ph.D
Year Released: 2001
Title: FM Systems: Personal and sound field/day 3 of 5
Series Title: Application of Assistive Technology to Deaf-Blind/Day 3 of 5
City: San Francisco, California
Distributor: Department of Special Education San Francisco State University
Producer: Services, California Deaf-Blind
Date Released: October 15, 2001
Medium: videotape
Keywords: FM systems, sound, deaf-blind


Reference Type: Film or Broadcast
Record Number: 741
Writer: Franklin, Barbara Ph.D
Year Released: 2001
Title: Computer Usage: Internet access for deaf-blind students/day 4 of 5
Series Title: Application of Assistive Technology to Deaf-Blind/Day 4 of 5
City: San Francisco, California
Distributor: Department of Special Education San Francisco State University
Producer: Services, California Deaf-Blind
Date Released: October 15, 2001
Medium: videotape
Keywords: computer, internet, deaf-blind


Reference Type: Film or Broadcast
Record Number: 742
Writer: Franklin, Barbara Ph.D
Year Released: 2001
Title: Refreshable braile notetakers personal data assistants/day 5 of 5
Series Title: Application of Assistive Technology to Deaf-Blind/Day 5 of 5
City: San Francisco, California
Distributor: Department of Special Education San Francisco State University
Producer: Services, California Deaf-Blind
Date Released: October 15, 2001
Medium: videotape
Keywords: refreshable, braile, notetakers, deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 92
Author: Frazier, H.
Year: 1997
Title: Derailing student tracking: sclc, others strive to eliminate educational channelling
Journal: Black Issues in Higher Education
Volume: 13
Issue: 25
Pages: 12-13


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1355
Author: Frazier, H.
Year: 1997
Title: Derailing student tracking: sclc, others strive to eliminate educational channeling
Journal: Black Issues in Higher Education
Volume: 13
Issue: 25
Pages: 12-13


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 329
Author: Frederick, R.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Computer word processing and the speech synthesizer
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 521
Author: Frieden, L.
Year: 2003
Title: TANF and disabilitty-importance of supports for families with disabilities in welfare reform.
City: Washington DC
Institution: National Council on Disability
Date: March 14, 2003
Keywords: disability, welfare, barriers, supports
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 743
Author: Friedman, Emily
Year: 2002, Sep/Oct
Title: Separate and unequal
Journal: Health Forum Journal
Volume: 45
Issue: 5
Pages: 5-8
Notes: From EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1356
Author: Fries-Britt, Sharon; Turner, Bridget
Year: 2002
Title: Uneven stories: successful black collegians at a black and white campus
Journal: The Review of Higher Education
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 315-330
Keywords: african american, access, voice, minority


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 93
Author: Fuchs, D. & Fuchs, L.S.
Year: 1994
Title: Inclusive schools movement and the radicalization of special education reform
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 60
Pages: 294-309


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 744
Author: Fuchs, Lynn S.; Fuchs, Douglas
Year: 1994
Title: Inclusive schools movement and the radicalization of special education reform
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 60
Issue: 4
Pages: 294-309


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1357
Author: Fuchs, D.; Fuchs, L.S.
Year: 1994
Title: Inclusive schools movement and the radicalization of special education reform
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 60
Pages: 294-309


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 330
Author: Fuchs, D. & Fuchs, L.S., Mathes, P.H., & Simmons, D.C.
Year: 1997
Title: Peer-assisted strategies: making classrooms more responsive to diversity
Journal: American Educational Research Journal
Volume: 34
Pages: 174-206


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 745
Author: Fuller, William E.; Wehman, P.
Title: What teachers and parents need to know about college entrance exams when supporting students with learning disabilities
City: Richmond
Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University
Pages: 17
Keywords: teachers, entrance, exams


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1358
Author: Fuller, William E.; Wehman, Paul
Year: 2001
Title: What teachers and parents need to know about college entrance exams when supporting students with learning disabilities
City: Richmond, VA
Pages: 1-17
Abstract: The various aspects of the SAT and ACT entrance exams for entering college that students with learning disabilities should know are presented. Included in this are the types of accommodations allowed by the different tests, the criteria involved in gaining access to these accommodations, and personal test taking strategies. The most common accommodation on the SAT I is extended time. Alternative test formats can also be given such as those in Braille, large type, or reader script. Personal strategies include knowing the limitations of your disability, taking practice tests, knowing what accommodations are best and how to request them, and being familiar with the test format and instructions.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 331
Author: Fullwood, D.
Year: 1990
Title: Chances and choices: making integration work
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1359
Author: Gadbow, Nancy F.; Du Bois, David A.
Year: 1998
Title: Adult learners with special needs: strategies and resources for postsecondary education and workplace training
City: Malabar, FL
Publisher: Krieger
Keywords: postsecondary, workplace, learning disabilities, adult learners
Abstract: This book describes a comprehensive strategy for working with adult learners with disabilities. The approach is described as a positive one and is intended for use by postsecondary institutions, rehabilitation programs, and business and industry training. Through various cases, examples, resources, and strategies, this book attempts to put a new face on self-advocacy and many other issues.


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 332
Author: Gagnon, P.
Year: 1995
Title: What should children learn?
Magazine: The Atlantic Monthly
Volume: 276
Issue Number: 6
Pages: 65-79


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1951
Author: Gajar, A.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 96
Author: Gajar, A., Goodman, L. & McAfee, J.
Year: 1983
Title: Secondary schools and beyond: transition of individuals with mild disabilities
City: New York
Publisher: Macmillan


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 94
Author: Gajar, A.
Year: 1992
Title: University-based models for students with learning disabilities: the pennsylvania state university model
Editor: F.R. Rausch, L. Destefano, J. Chadsey-Rausch, L.A. Phelps, & E. Szymanski
Book Title: Transition from school to adult life
City: Sycamore, IL
Publisher: Sycamore
Pages: 51-70


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1831
Author: Gajar, A.
Year: 1992
Title: Adults with learning disabilities: current and future research priorities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Pages: 507-519


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 95
Author: Gajar, A.
Year: 1998
Title: Postsecondary education
Editor: F.R. Rausch, J.G. Chadsey
Book Title: Beyond high school: transition from school to work
City: Belmont, CA
Publisher: Wadsworth
Pages: 383-403


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 334
Author: Galea'i, K.E.
Year: 1995
Title: Another perspective on diversity for rehabilitation administration to the journal of rehabilitation administrators
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation Administration
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Pages: 157-160


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 97
Author: Gamoran, A., Porter, A.C., Smithson, J. & White, P.A.
Year: 1997
Title: Upgrading high school mathematics instruction: improving learning opportunities for low-achieving, low-income youth
Journal: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Volume: 19
Issue: 4
Pages: 325-338


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1360
Author: Gandara, Patricia
Year: 1999
Title: Peer group influence and academic aspirations across cultural/ethnic groups of high school students
Journal: Talking Leaves
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-6
Date: Fall 1999
Keywords: ethnicity, environment, postsecondary
Abstract: Peer groups can have a huge impact on adolescents' personal goals and academic aspirations. This study examine how high school students from different ethnic groups form their expectations about schooling and their postsecondary aspirations, with a focus on how peers and families help to shape thse expectations and aspirations.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 2054
Author: Gandara, Patricia
Year: 2001
Title: Paving the waving the way to postsecondary education: k-12 intervention programs for underrepresented youth
City: Washington, DC
Institution: National Center for Educatuonal Statistics
Pages: 1-6
Keywords: intervention, underrepresented, postsecondary, k-12
Abstract: This NPEC (National Postsecondary Education Cooperative) report illustrates various programs working to enroll underrepresented youths, including those with disabilities, in postsecondary institutions. The main thrust of the report is that as income increases, the type of institution a youth wants to attend also gains in importance.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1361
Author: Garcia, Shernaz B.; Ortiz, Alba A.
Year: 1988
Title: Preventing inappropriate referrals of language minority students to special education
City: Austin
Institution: The University of Texas at Austin
Report Number: 300860069
Keywords: esl, language, minority students, special education
Abstract: Reasons for academic failure of language minority students can be orgainzed into three broad categories, Type I occurs when students are in classroom environments which do not accommodate their individual differences or learning styles. Type II are students who have achievement difficulties but must be served in the regular classroom because their problems cannot be attributed to handicapping conditions. Type III are students who have major disorders which interfere with the teaching-learning process. Failure to distinguish Type I and II from Type III learning problems results in the inappropriate referral of language minority students to special education and contributes to the disproportionate representation of these students to special education, particularly in classes for the learning disabled.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2018
Author: Gardner, D.; Scott, T.M.
Year: 2001
Title: 2001 summer pre-colege programs for students with learning disabilities
Producer: The George Washington University, HEATH Resource Center
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary/hrc_summer_programs.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 746
Author: Garner, Howard; Dietz, Lise
Year: 1996, Februrary
Title: Person-centered planning: maps and paths to the future
Journal: Four Runner
Volume: 11
Issue: 2
Pages: 1-2
URL: http://www.ttac.odu.edu/Articles/person.html
Author Address: Severe Disabilities Technical Assistance Center (SD TAC) at Virginia Commonwealth Unversity

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 98
Author: Gartin, B., Rumrill, P., & Serebreni, R.
Year: 1996
Title: The higher education transition model: guidelines for facilitating college transition among college-bound students with disabilities.
Journal: Teaching exceptional children
Volume: 28
Issue: 5
Pages: 30-33


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 335
Author: Gartner, A. & Lipsky, D.
Year: 1987
Title: Beyond special education: toward a quality system for all students
Journal: Harvard Educational Review
Volume: 57
Pages: 367-395


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1362
Author: Gay, Geneva
Title: Chapter 2: improving the achievement of marginalized students of color
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: March 13
Keywords: at risk, empowerment, culture
Abstract: This paper argues that the way to improve the achievement of marginalized students of color is to change classroom instruction, not to change students. A number of reform strategies are suggested that can be applied across subject areas and grades. These strategies are informed by the idea that teachers should be empowered to make their own instructional decisions.
URL: http://www.mcrel.org/prodcuts/diversity/rt2chapter2.html


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 747
Author: Gay, L.R.
Year: 1992
Title: Educational research: competencies for analysis and application
City: New Jersey
Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Company
Edition: 4th
Keywords: competencies


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1363
Author: Gay, Geneva
Year: 2002
Title: Preparing for culturally responsive teaching
Journal: Journal of Teacher Education
Volume: 53
Issue: 2
Pages: 106-116
Keywords: culturally responsive teaching, ethnic diversity, culturally responsive,
Abstract: In this article, a case is made for improving the school success of ethnically diverse students through culturally responsive teaching and for preparing teachers in preservice education programs with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to do this.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1364
Author: Geenen, Sarah; Powers, Laurie E.; Lopez-Vassques, Alfonso
Year: 2001
Title: Multicultural aspects of parent involvement in transition planning
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 67
Issue: 2
Pages: 265-282
Date: Winter
Keywords: special education, multicultural, parent involvement, transition


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1365
Author: Geer, Ann
Year: 1997
Title: Teaching for inclusion: diversity in the college classroom
City: Chapel Hill, NC
Institution: Center for Teaching and Learning
Pages: 1-204
Date: 1997
Keywords: CLD
Disabilities
Postsecondary success
Abstract: Although produced for faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this handbook provides teachers at all postsecondary instituations with an easy-to-use source of ideas and teaching techniques to help create an inclusive classroom atmosphere. Chapters are devoted to students from various culturally and linguistically diverse groups as well as to students with disabilities.
URL: http://www.unc.edu/depts/ctl/TeachforInclusion.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 336
Author: Gerber, P.J., Ginsberg, R., & Reiff, H.B.
Year: 1992
Title: Identifying alterable patterns in employment success for highly successful adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Pages: 475-487


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 748
Author: Gerber, Paul J.; Ginsberg, Rick; Reiff, Henry B.
Year: 1992
Title: Identifying alterable patterns in employment success for highly successful adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Issue: 8
Pages: 475-487


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1832
Editor: Gerber, P.J.; Reif, H.B.
Year: 1994
Title: Learning disabilities in adulthood: persistent problems and evolving issues
City: Stoneham, MA
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 338
Author: Gersten, R., Walker, H., & Darch, C.
Year: 1988
Title: Relationships between teachers' effectiveness and their tolerance for handicapped students
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 55
Pages: 433-438


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 99
Author: Gersten, R.
Year: 1998
Title: Recent advances in instructional research for students with learning disabilities: an overview
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 13
Issue: 3
Pages: 162-170


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 337
Author: Gersten, R., Lloyd, J., & Baker, S.
Year: 1998
Title: Designing high quality research in special education: group experimental designs
City: Eugene, OR
Publisher: University of Oregon, Eugene Research Institute


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1833
Author: Getzel, E.E.
Year: 1990
Title: Entering postsecondary programs: early individualized planning
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 23
Issue: 1
Pages: 51-53


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 340
Author: Getzel, E. & Kregel, J.
Year: 1996
Title: Transitioning from the academic to the employment setting: the employment connection program
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 273-287


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 46
Author: Getzel, E.E., Stodden, R.A., & Briel, L.W.
Year: 1999
Title: Pursuing postsecondary education opportunities for individuals with disabilities
Editor: Wehman, P.
Book Title: Life beyond the classroom: transition strategies for young people with disabilities
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Broodes Publishing Co.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 339
Author: Getzel, E. & Briel, L.
Year: 2000
Title: Maximizing employment supports for college graduates with significant disabilities: the use of job coach strategies and techniques in higher education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 341
Author: Getzel, E., Briel, L., & Kregel, J.
Year: 2000
Title: Comprehensive career planning: the vcu career connections program
Journal: Journal of Work
Volume: 14
Pages: 41-49


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1640
Author: Getzel, Elizabeth; Briel, L; Kregel, J
Year: 2000
Title: Comprehensive career planning: the vcu career planning connections program
Journal: Journal of Work
Volume: 14
Issue: 41-49


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 750
Author: Getzel, L.; Stodden, R.A.; Briel, L.
Year: 2001
Title: Pursuing postsecondary education opportunities for individuals with disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Keywords: pursuing, postsecondary, education, opportunities, individuals, disabilities


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 749
Author: Getzel, E. E.; Stodden, R. A.; Briel, L. W.
Year: 2001, March
Title: Pursuing postsecondary education opportunities for individuals with disabilities
Editor: Wehman, P.
Book Title: Life beyond the classroom: Transition strategies for young people with disabilities
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1638
Author: Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2002
Title: Research briefing paper: findings from the vcu supported education model for students with learning disabilites
City: Virginia
Institution: Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports: A Consortium Site, Virginia Commonwealth University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1639
Author: Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2002
Title: Effective instructional strategies for students with learning disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Virginia
Institution: Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports: A Consortium Site, Virginia Commonwealth University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1641
Author: Getzel, Elizabeth; Wehman, Paul; McManus
Year: 2002
Title: Virginia's higher education leadership partners (va-help): creating change through effective statewide collaboration
City: Virginia
Institution: Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Postsecondary Educational Supports for Students with Disabilities: A Consortium Site, Virginia Commonwealth University


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 752
Author: Giangreco, Michael F.; Edelman, S.W.; Nelson, C.
Year: 1998
Title: Impact of planning for support services on students who are deaf-blind
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Volume: 92
Issue: 1
Pages: 18-29
Date: January 1998
Keywords: deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 751
Author: Giangreco, Michael
Year: 2001
Title: In the school: a sense of community
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 11-13
Keywords: deaf, blindness


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1366
Author: Giesen, J.M.; McBroom, L.W.; Cavenaugh, B.S.; Gooding, E.; Hicks, J.H.
Year: 2000
Title: Providing services to african americans who are blind: Views of experienced White and african american rehabilitation counselors
Collection Title Rehabilitation Research & Traning Center on Blindness & Low Vision
City: Mississipppi State
Number: ED 444289
Keywords: african americans, vocational rehabilitation, minority, disability, services
Abstract: This report indicates that African Americans are the largest ethnic group served in the vocational rehabilitation system for those who are visually impaired. Background information regarding the prevalence of blindness and presence of this population in the workforce is presented. The review of literature presented in the report indicates that the combination of minority status and disability compounds disadvantages and these disadvantages extend into the labor market. The report is based on a study that involved 11 African American counselors and 15 White counselors and it focused on the differences and similarities in perspectives of both groups who served African American clients. The research methodology (Participatory Action Research) is described, including the development of a survey instrument. The results of the study indicated that the majority of the counselors attended a workshop, class or program on cultural diversity and this training experience stemmed from in-house staff development activities, university training or continuing education programs. The majority of the counselors believed that trust was affected by race and the two groups (African American and White) there was no difference between the groups on this point. Both groups thought that African American were not different from other groups in their styles for disclosing information about themselves and the majority of counselors thought that African Americans' self-disclosure styles had no effect on the rehabilitation process. When asked to rank referral sources, more white counselors identified physicians as a referral source than did African American counselors. More African American counselors identified churches and social service agencies than did White counselors. African American counselors were statistically more likely, than Whites, to consult with coworkers and supervisors in seeking help/advice in working with African American clients. African American counselors viewed African American clients as having higher job expectations but lower possibility for successful closure than White clients. White counselors viewed African American clients as having lower job expectation but equal possibility for successful closure as White clients.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 342
Author: Giles, F.L.
Year: 1993
Title: Minorities with disabilities and vocational rehabilitation
Editor: Leung, T. Wright & Paul
Book Title: Meeting the unique needs of minorities with disabilities: a report to the President and Congress
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Council on Disability


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 343
Author: Giles, F.L.
Year: 1995
Title: Historically black colleges and universities and the impact of section 21
Editor: S. Walker, L.A. Turner, M. Haile-Michael, A. Vincent, & M.D. Miles
Book Title: Disability and diversity: new leadership for a new era
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: PCEPD & HURTC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 753
Author: Gilmore, D.; Bose, J.; Hart, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education as a critical step toward meaningful employment: vocational rehabilitation's role
Journal: Research to Practice
Volume: 7
Issue: 4
Date: July 2001
Author Address: Institute for Community Inclusion, Boston

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 754
Author: Gilmore, D.; Schuster, J.; Zafft, C.; Hart, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education services and employment outcomes within the Vocational Rehabilitation system
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Date: Winter 2001
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 755
Author: Gilmore, D.S.; Bose, J.; Hart, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education as a critical step toward meaningful employment: vocational rehabilitation's role
Magazine: ICI - Institute for Community Inclusion
Volume: 7
Issue Number: 4
Pages: 1-4
Date: July, 2001
Keywords: postsecondary, education, critical step, meaningful, employment, vocational, rehabilitation


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1642
Author: Gilmore, Dana; Bose, Jen; Hart, Debra
Year: 2002
Title: Trends in employment outcomes for people receiving postsecondary education supports from vocational rehabilitation agencies
City: Boston
Institution: Institute on Community Inclusion, Children's Hospital/University of Massachusetts, Boston


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1644
Author: Gilmore, Dana; Shuster, Jennifer; Hart, Debra
Year: 2002
Title: Postsecondary education supports & employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1643
Author: Gilmore, Dana; Bose, Jen; Hart, Debra
Year: 2002, March
Title: Postsecondary education as a critical step toward meaningful employment: Vocational rehabilitation's role
Journal: Job Training & Placement Report
Volume: 26
Issue: 1-3


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 344
Author: Gilson, S.F.
Year: 1996
Title: Students with disabilities: an increasing voice and presence on college campuses
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 263-272
Keywords: self-advocacy, self-determination,postsecondary, disability


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 345
Author: Gingerich, J.
Year of Conference: 1996
Title: Vast spaces and stone walls: identifying and addressing the barriers to post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities in rural areas
Editor: Montgomery, D.
Conference Name: American Council on Rural Special Education. Rural Goals 2000: Building programs that work
Conference Location: Baltimore, MD


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1367
Author: Ginorio, Angela; Huston, Michelle
Year: 2000
Title: Si, se puede! yes, we can: latinas in school
Producer: American Association of University Women
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 14
Keywords: Latinas, SAT, high school
Abstract: This comprehensive report reviews the educational (k-12) status and progress of Latinas. It explores the cultural interaction between American's Hispanic children and the schools they attend. The report looks at Latinas and how their futures- or "possible selves" - are influenced by their families, their culture, their peers, their teachers, and the media.
URL: http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/24/73/2473.htm


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 28
Author: Glaser, B. & Strauss, A.
Year: 1967
Title: The discovery of grounded theory: strategies for qualitative research
City: Chicago
Publisher: Aldine


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 346
Author: Glasser, W.
Year: 1992
Title: The quality school curriculum
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 73
Pages: 690-694


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 44
Author: Goddard, H. Wallace; Allen, Jane D.
Year: 1991
Title: Using the abc-x model to uderstand resilience
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 338 965


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 756
Author: Goetz, Lori
Year: 2001
Title: In the classroom: communication and making contact
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 14-16
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 757
Author: Goetz, Lori
Year: 2001
Title: Valued outcomes for students who are deaf-blind and their families: results of a survey of state deaf-blind projects
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 5-7
Date: Fall 2001
Keywords: transition; results; deaf, blind


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 759
Author: Goldberg, S.
Year: 1991
Title: Opthalmology made ridiculously simple
City: Miami
Publisher: MedMaster, Inc.
Keywords: opthalmology


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 758
Author: Goldberg, L.; O'Neill, L.
Year: 2001
Title: Computer technology can empower students with learning disabilities.
Journal: Exceptional Parent
Volume: 30
Issue: 7
Pages: 72-74
URL: www.cast.org/udl/computertechnologycanempowerstudentswithlearningdisabilities960.cfm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1847
Author: Goldberg, Marge; Moses, Judith
Year: 2003, April
Title: Supplemental security income: so you have decided to apply
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: applications, SSI, benefits, secondary, evaluation, determinants
URL: http://www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=938


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1846
Author: Goldberg, Marge; Moses, Judith
Year: 2003, March
Title: Supplemental security income: a bridge to work
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: SSI, incentives, myths, expenses, formula
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=937


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1952
Author: Golden, D
Year: 1998
Title: Assistive technology in special education: policy and practice
Institution: Council of Administrators of Special Education, Inc.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 760
Author: Golden, Thomas P.
Year: 2000
Title: Working effectively with employees who have sustained a brain injury
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: June, 2000
Keywords: working, effectively, employees, sustained, brain, injury


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 761
Author: Golden, Thomas P.; Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: SSI and postsecondary education support for students with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 4-5
Keywords: SSI, incentives


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 762
Author: Golden, Thomas P.; O'Mara, Susan; Brewer, David; Blessing, Carol
Year: 2002
Title: Implications of the ticket to work and self-sufficiency program for young adults
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 8-9; 30-31
Keywords: implications; self-sufficiency


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1368
Author: Golden, Thomas; Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: Social security work incentives as a means of support for students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1645
Author: Golden, Thomas P.; Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: Social security work incentives as a means of support for students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 348
Author: Goldman, S.R., Hasselbring, T.S., & the Cognition and technology group at Vanderbilt Learning Technology Center
Year: 1996
Title: Achieving meaningful mathematics literacy for students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 30
Pages: 198-208


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1835
Author: Goldstein, M.T.
Year: 1988
Title: The transition from high school to community: a new role for colleges
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 11
Issue: 111-117


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1834
Author: Goldstein, M.T.
Year: 1993
Title: LINK: campus-based transition program for non-college bound youth with mild disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 16
Pages: 75-85


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 763
Author: Gonzalez, Combs &
Year: 1994
Title: Helping relationships: basic concepts for the helping professional.
City: Needham Heights, MA
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 764
Author: Goode, T.D.; Jones, W.; Mason, J.
Year: 2002
Title: National center for cultural competence - a guide to planning and implementing cultural competence organizational self-assessment
Pages: 1-6
Date: Winter, 2002
Keywords: guide, planning, implementing, cultural, competence, organization, self-assessment


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 349
Author: Goodlad, J.
Year: 1990
Title: Teachers for our nation's schools
City: San Francisco
Publisher: Jossey-Bass


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 350
Author: Goodman, C. & Baratz, S.R.
Year: 1990
Title: Improving consensus development for health technology assessment: an international perspective
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Academy Press


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 351
Author: Gordon, M., & Keiser, S.
Year: 1998
Title: Underpinnings
Editor: Keiser, M. Gordon and S.
Book Title: Accommodations in higher education under the Americans with Disabilities Act
City: Dewitt, NY
Publisher: GSI Publications


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1369
Author: Gordon, Suzanne; Bonner II, Fred
Year: 1998
Title: Best practices in diversity: the student affairs perspective
Journal: College Student Affairs Journal
Volume: 18
Issue: 1
Pages: 40-51
Date: Fall
Keywords: postsecondary,student affairs


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 352
Author: Gradel, K.
Year: 1991
Title: Customer service: what is its place in assistive technology and employment services?
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: Spring


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1646
Author: Graf, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: Workforce investment act
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1647
Author: Graf, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #10
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1648
Author: Graf, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: Quality of life after postsecondary education for people with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1649
Author: Graf, Jennifer; Heyer, Katharina; Jahier, Robert
Year: 2002
Title: Analysis of recent policy and other federal directives as they may benefit persons with disabilities in postsecondary education settings
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1650
Author: Graf, Jennifer; Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2002
Title: Success for people with disabilities after postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2019
Author: Graham, S.A.; English, R.L.
Year: 2001
Title: Requesting academic accommodations
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary/requesting_accommodations.html


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 100
Author: Grayson, T.E., Wermuth, T.R., Holub, T.M., & Anderson, M.L.
Year: 1997
Title: Effective practices of transition from school to work for people with learning disabilities
Editor: Brown, P.J. Gerber and D.S.
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 353
Author: Grayson, T.E.
Year: 1997
Title: Dropout prevention and special services
Pages: 77-93


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1836
Author: Greenan, J.P.; Parrish, L.H.
Year: 1986
Title: Implications for teacher education: serving special needs learners in post-secondary vocational-technical education programs
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 8
Issue: 3
Pages: 29-32, 38


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 354
Author: Greenbaum, B., Graham, S., & Scales, W.
Year: 1996
Title: Adults with learning disabilities: occupational and social status after college
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Pages: 167-173


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 101
Author: Greenspan, S. & Shoultz, B.
Year: 1981
Title: Why mentally retarded adults lose their jobs: social competence as a factor in work adjustment
Journal: Applied Research in Mental Retardation
Volume: 2
Pages: 23-28


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 355
Author: Greenwood, D.J. & Levin, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Introduction to action research: social research for social change
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage Publications


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 765
Author: Grigal, Meg; Test, David W.; Beattie, John; Wood, Wendy M.
Year: 1997
Title: An evaluation of transition components of individualized education programs
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 63
Issue: 3
Pages: 357-372
Date: 1997
Keywords: components; programs; evaluation


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 356
Author: Grimmett, P. & Erikson, G.
Year: 1988
Title: Reflection in teacher education
City: New York
Publisher: Teachers College Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 766
Author: Gronna, S.; Jenkins, A. ; Chin-Chance, S.
Year: 1998
Title: Who are we assessing? determining state-wide participation rates for students with disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 64
Pages: 407-418


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 767
Author: Gross, Neal; Mason, Ward S.; McEachern, Alexander W.
Year: 1958
Title: Explorations in role analysis: studies of the school superintendency role
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Label: MJ
Keywords: explorations, role, analysis


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 102
Author: Grossman, P. & Stodolsky, S.S.
Year: 1995
Title: Content as context: the role of school subjects in secondary school teaching
Journal: Educational Researcher
Volume: 24
Issue: 8
Pages: 5-11, 23


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1370
Author: Grossman, Herbert
Year: 1995
Title: Special education in a diverse society
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon
Number of Pages: 382
Abstract: This book covers a wide range of topics including intrinsic and extrinsic causes for ethnic and socioeconomic-class disparities, educational approaches for students from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic-class backgrounds, contextually appropriate special education, communicatively appropriate special education, causes of gender disparities, gender-appropriate special education, and assessments, instruction, and classroom behavior management in a diverse society.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 357
Author: Grosz, K.
Year: 1989
Title: Meeting the needs of the disabled
Journal: Caped Journal
Volume: 5
Issue: 1
Pages: 20-25


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1371
Author: Group, Research Agenda Working
Year: 2001
Title: American indian and alaska native education research agenda
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: US Department of Education
Pages: 52
Keywords: Native American, Alaska Native, education, improving
Abstract: The US Department of Education was given the responsibility for developing a research agenda for American Indian and Alaska Native education in response to Section F of Executive Order 13096, requiring development and implementation of this agenda to improve the educational achievement and academic progress for American Indian and Alaska Native students. This report summarizes the work of a Working Group established to develop the research agenda, including the current state of research and the research topics that should be given the highest priority at the federal level for research to be conducted over the next several years. Running throughout the discussions of the research topics are considerations of appropriate research methods and approaches and the clear demand from Native educators, leaders, and parents that researchers develop information that can be applied now. Major underlying themes: (a) research should include a focus on success; (b) researchers must respect tribal sovereignty; and (c) research needs to be sensitive to tribal differences. Research priorities identified include: (a) changes/trends over past two decades in Native status for academic achievement, educational attainment, and other education-related outcomes (job skills and readiness, health and fitness, substance abuse, etc.); (b) best practices and reform models that have been demonstrated to be effective for improving Native educational outcomes; (c) effects on educational outcomes of incorporating Native language and culture into the school curriculum; (d) best practices demonstrated as effective for implementing a culturally relevant learning environment, and identification of factors that serve as barriers or facilitators for implementation; (e) effective methods for developing, recruiting, and retaining qualified teachers for schools with large Native enrollments; (f) effective and replicable teaching approaches, models, etc. for enhancing outcomes for Native students; (g) best practices for promoting positive parent or community involvement in schools serving Native students; (h) personal, social, and educational characteristics of native children in special, compensatory, and gifted or talented education programs, and best practices for valid assessment of special needs; (i) effective practices for working with Native students with special educational needs; (j) status of infant and pre-school-age Native children on school readiness domains; (k) programs and services available for infants and pre-school-aged Native children; (l) characteristics of standards and assessment systems for schools with large enrollments of Native students that are effective in improving performance and address the unique needs and situations of those students; and (m) best practices for implementing standards and assessment systems for schools with large enrollments of Native students.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 768
Author: Grove, Kathleen A.; Fisher, Douglas
Year: 1999
Title: Entrepreneurs of meaning: parents and the process of inclusive education
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 20
Issue: 4
Pages: 208-215, 256
Date: 1999 July/August
Keywords: entrepreneurs; inclusive education


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 769
Author: Grubb, W. N.
Title: The returns to education and training in the sub-baccalaureate labor market: evidence from the survey of income and program participation, 1984-1990 (MDS-765)
Producer: National Center for Research in Vocational Education
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 13
URL: http://vocserve.berkeley.edu/Summaries/765sum.html


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 358
Author: Grubb, W.N.
Year: 1995
Title: Education through occupations in american high schools: approaches to integrating academic and vocational education
City: New York
Publisher: Teachers College Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 103
Author: Grubb, W.N.
Year: 1996
Title: Creating coherent workforce preparation systems from the quagmire of education and job training
Journal: Center Focus
Volume: 13
Pages: 78-89


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 770
Author: Grzeda, Maurice M
Year: 1999
Title: Re-conceptualizing career change: a career development perspective
Journal: Career Development International
Volume: 4
Issue: 6
Pages: 305 -311
Abstract: In addressing environmentally induced career change, the career development practitioner is better informed by a career development model than more traditional approaches. The model was tested with Canadian managers and professionals whose positions had been eliminated. Simple regression analysis revealed that career resilience was positively related to three of five job facets that served as indicators of career change. The findings lend support to career development practitioners who strive to build career resilience among employees. Along with organizational advantages already documented, individuals who develop career resilience will be better equipped to face the inevitable prospect of changing careers in the future.
URL: http://matilde.emeraldinsight.com/vl=10194580/cl=15/nw=1/rpsv/~1142/v4n6/s1/p305


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 359
Author: Gugerty, J.J., Tindall, L.W., Heffron, T.J., & Dougherty, B.B.
Year: 1988
Title: Profiles of success serving secondary special education students through the carl d. perkins vocational education act: twelve exemplary approaches
City: Madison
Publisher: University of Wisconsin, Vocational Studies Center


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 771
Author: Guterman, B.
Year: 1995
Title: The validity of categorical learning disabilities services: the consumer's view.
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 62
Pages: 111-124


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1372
Author: Guy, Talmadge C.; Reiff, Judith C.; Oliver, Jenny Penney
Year: 1998
Title: Infusing multicultural education: a process of creating organizational change at the college level
Journal: Innovative Higher Education
Volume: 22
Issue: 4
Pages: 271-289
Date: Summer


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 360
Author: Hagestad, G.O.
Year: 1990
Title: Social perspectives on the life course
Editor: George, R. Binstock & L.
Book Title: Handbook on aging and the social sciences
City: San Diego, CA
Publisher: Academic Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 772
Author: Hahn, H
Year: 1991
Title: Alternative views of empowerment
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 57
Issue: 4
Pages: 17-19
Date: 1991
Keywords: empowerment, services and civil rights


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 773
Author: Hahn, Harlan
Year: 1993
Title: The potential impact of disability studies on political science (as well as vice-versa). (Disability Issues in Public Policy)
Journal: Policy Studies Journal
Volume: 21
Issue: 4
Pages: 12
Date: Winter 1993
Label: MJ
Keywords: political science


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1373
Author: Hall, Meada; Kleinert, Harold L.; Kearns, Jacqueline Farmer
Year: 2000
Title: Going to college: postsecondary programs for students with moderate and severe disabilities
Journal: The Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 32
Issue: 3
Pages: 58-65
Date: Jan/Feb
Keywords: Postsecondary; Colleges; Moderate Disabilities; Severe Disabilities
Abstract: The article describes how the Jessamine County high schools collaborated with Asbury College to create a college program that meets the learning needs of students who have moderate and severe cognitive disabilities. The program also meets the needs of students as they transition into community and employment. The program involves age-appropriate activities and increases supports and peer relationships. They found that college programs provided opportunities for increased social skills, learning opportunities, and extended awareness and knowledge about learning. The program has also benefited the community, public school system, and college.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 104
Author: Hallinan, M.T.
Year: 1996
Title: Track mobility in secondary school
Journal: Social Forces
Volume: 74
Pages: 983-1002


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 362
Author: Halloran, W. & Simon, M.
Year: 1993
Title: The transition services requirement: issues, implications, and challenges
Collection Title National transition network
City: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 363
Author: Halpern, A.S.
Year: 1990
Title: A methodological review of follow-up and follow-along studies tracking school leavers from special education
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 51
Pages: 455-469
Keywords: disability, transition model


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1374
Author: Halpern, Andrew
Year: 1990
Title: A methodological review of follow-up and follow-along studies tracking school leavers from special education
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 13-27
Date: Spring
Abstract: The author analyzes 27 articles to identify guidelines for conducting future follow-up or follow-along studies of special education students in transition from school into adult communities. The features that are desired include: 1) a description of a conceptual model outlining the parameters of the study and that guides the development of the research design; 2) use of a follow-along strategy instead of a follow-up strategy; 3) if study is descriptive, use a sampling plan that includes procedures that allow for generalization of sample findings to an appropriate population; 4) if study is explanatory, sample must include a sufficient number of subjects to accommodate the number of variables that are being investigated in the relational analyses; 5) making personal or telephone interviews while avoiding mail surveys: 6) should be careful in defining outcome indices, and should measure these indices in simple ways that can be easily replicated in other studies; and 7)indices of adjustment should include a balanced representation of the various dimensions of community adjustment. In addition, the articles include insights from the literature review for tracking school leavers with disabilities and a list of research questions that can be used in a follow-along model.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 364
Author: Halpern, A.S.
Year: 1992
Title: Transition: old wine in new bottles
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 58
Pages: 202-211


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1837
Author: Halpern, A.S.; Yovanoff, P. ; Doren, B.; Benz, M.R.
Year: 1995
Title: Predicting participation in postsecondary education for school leavers wtih disabilities
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 62
Pages: 151-164


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 774
Author: Halpern, Andrew S.
Year: 1996
Title: An instructional approach to facilitate the transition of high school students with disabilities into adult life
Journal: Technical Report
Date: 1996
Keywords: facilitate; adult


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1375
Author: Hampton, J.
Year: 1996
Title: Attitudes of white college students toward african americans with disabilities in social situations
City: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Number: ED407466
Keywords: african americans, disability, college
Abstract: This paper is based on a study that focused on the extent to which White students' negative attitudes about African Americans, socially, were enhanced or reduced regarding African Americans with a disability. The findings indicated that disability did negate the negative feeling that study participants felt in competitive social situations, when compared to African Americans without a disability.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 6
Author: Hampton, N.Z.
Year: 2000
Title: Meeting the unique needs of asian americans and pacific islanders with disabilities: a challenge to rehabilitation counselors in the 21st century
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 31
Issue: 1
Keywords: asian americans, minority, religious influences


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 775
Author: Han, Wan S
Year: 1971, March
Title: Alienation, deviation-proneness, and perception of two types of barriers among rural adolescents
Journal: Social Forces
Volume: 49
Issue: 3
Pages: 398-413
Abstract: Accounts for rural adolescents' powerlessness alienation and
deviation-proneness in terms of their perception of 2 types of
limited "reality" (limited opportunity and limited ability). These
perceived limitations are interpreted to be the main barriers in
the pursuit of success goals in a mobile society where the
ideology of success and ability-based-achievement is culturally
extolled. Ss were divided into 4 types in terms of 2 independent
variables, aware and not-aware of limited opportunity and aware
and not-aware of limited ability. These 4 types were comparatively
analyzed. The perception of opportunity limitations was treated as
a symbolic variable and was assessed for its influence on
powerlessness and anomie as compared with that of family status as
a structural variable. Perception of limited opportunity (PLO) was
a better predictor of alienation than socioeconomic status of
origin (SESO). A multivariate analysis further suggests that PLO
as a definition of the situation operates as an
"interpretative-intervening" variable without which SESO has
little effect on adolescents' alienation. The influence of PLO
upon powerlessness was not greater among those with high
perception of limited ability (PLA) than among those with low PLA.
(PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002 APA, all rights reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 105
Author: Handy, A.J.
Year: 1999
Title: Ethnocentrism and black students with disabilities: bridging the cultural gap (vol. 1)
City: New York
Publisher: Vantage Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1376
Author: Handy, A.J.
Year: 1999
Title: Ethnocentrism and black students with disabilities: bridging the culture gap
City: New York
Publisher: Vantage
Volume: 1


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1998
Author: Hanger, D.; Cheney, D.; Malloy, J.
Year: 1999
Title: Career-related outcomes of a model transition demonstration for young adults with emotional disturbance
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 42
Issue: 228-242
Pages: 228-242


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 106
Author: Hanley-Maxwell, C., Rausch, F.R., Chadsey-Rusch, J., & Renzaglia, A.
Year: 1986
Title: Reported factors contributing to job terminations of individuals with severe disabilities
Journal: Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps
Volume: 11
Issue: 1
Pages: 45-52


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 365
Author: Hanley-Maxwell, C. & Collet-Klingenberg, L.
Year: 1995
Title: Research synthesis on the design of effective curricular practices in transition from school to community
City: Eugene, Oregon
Institution: National Center to improve the tools of educators


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 29
Author: Hanley-Maxwell, C., Pogoloff, S.M. & Whitney-Thomas, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Families: the heart of transition
Editor: Rausch, F. & Chadsey, J.G.
Book Title: Beyond High School: transition from school to work
City: Belmont, CA
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 776
Author: Harding, T.
Title: Comparison of 2-year institutions versus 4 year institutions in offering supports and accommodations for students with disabilities
Issue: Survey, Study 6
Keywords: comparison, 2-year, institutions, 4-year, institutions, offering, supports, accommodations, disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1651
Author: Harding, Tom
Year: 2002
Title: Comparing disability support offerings for ahead vs. nonahead postsecondary institutions
City: Honolulu
Institution: Nationcal Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1652
Author: Harding, Tom
Year: 2002
Title: Comparison of 2-year institutions in offering supports and accomodations for students with disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1653
Author: Harding, Tom
Year: 2002
Title: Advocacy organizations for students with disabilities on college campuses


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1654
Author: Harding, Tom
Year: 2002
Title: Assistive technology supports


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1655
Author: Harding, Tom
Year: 2002
Title: The transfer of effective supports for students with disabilities to their postgraduate employment settings


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1656
Author: Harding, Tom; Chang, Chuan
Year: 2002
Title: Two-year follow up of the national survey of the national survey of support services for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1657
Author: Harding, Tom; Chang, Chuan
Year: 2002
Title: Comparison of 2-year institutions versus 4-year institutions in offering supports and accomodations for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, Univerisity of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1377
Author: Hardman, Michael L.; Drew, Clifford J.; Egan, M. Winston; Wolf, Barbara
Year: 1990
Title: Human exceptionality: society, school, and family
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Keywords: cuturally diverse


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 777
Author: Hardy, Sandy
Year: 2002
Title: West texas at work: the west texas benefit planning outreach and assistance project
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 20-21
Keywords: texas, outreach, assistance project


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1953
Author: Haring, K.A., & Lovett, D. L.
Year: 1990
Title: A follow up study of special education graduates
Journal: The journal of Special Education
Volume: 23
Pages: 463-467


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 778
Author: Harlow, Lisa L; Newcomb, Michael D
Year: 1990, July
Title: Towards a general hierarchical model of meaning and satisfaction in life
Journal: Multivariate Behavioral Research
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 387-405
Abstract: Compared latent variable models to describe relationships (RLs)
among 25 measured variables concerned with the process and content
of a meaningful and satisfying life. Using data from 739 young
adult Ss, a 3rd-order hierarchical model was retained. At the
1st-order level were 9 interrelated primary factors: (1) Peer RLs,
(2) Intimate RLs, (3) Family RLs, (4) Purpose in Life, (5)
Meaninglessness, (6) Powerlessness, (7) Perceived Opportunity, (8)
Work Satisfaction (STF), and (9) Health STF. Factors 5 and 6
related negatively to meaning and STF; the 7 remaining factors
related positively. These 9 factors were explained by 3 2nd-order
factors of RL STF, Perceptions of Purposeful Living, and Work and
Health STF. The 2nd-order factors were related by a 3rd-order
factor of Meaning and STF. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002 APA,
all rights reserved)


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 366
Author: Harmin, M.
Year: 1994
Title: Inspiring active learning: a handbook for teachers
City: Alexandria, VA
Publisher: Assoc. for Supervision and Curriculum Development


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 367
Author: Harmon, A., Wallace, B., Grayson, T., Leach, L.
Year: 1995
Title: Compendium of transition model demonstration programs
City: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 368
Author: Harnisch, D. & Fisher, A.
Year: 1995
Title: Digest on youth in transition. volume 2
Publisher: Secondary transition intervention Effectiveness Institute, College of Education, UI-Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 369
Author: Harnisch, D. & Fisher, A.
Year: 1996
Title: Transition literature review: educational, employment, and independent living outcomes
Institution: Secondary Transition Intervention Effectiveness Institute, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 779
Author: Harris, L., & Associates
Year: 1998
Title: National organization on disability
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 370
Author: Harry, B.
Year: 1992
Title: Cultural diversity, families, and the special education system
City: New York
Publisher: Teachers College Press


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1378
Author: Hart, Debra; Zimbrich, Karen; Ghiloni, Claire
Title: Interagency partnership and funding: individual supports for youth with significant disabilities as they move into postsecondary education and employment options
City: Boston
Institution: Institute for Community Inclusion, Boston and Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.
Pages: 1-21
Keywords: Postsecondary education, Employment, Significant Disabilities
Abstract: The article describes the use of an existing interagency partnership, the Community Based Employment Services (CBES) within the context of an existing demonstration project to forge a new model of collaborative funding that results in improved postsecondary outcomes for youth with significant disabilities. The CBES Process involves: 1) Referral to any participating adult service agency or submit to a Regional Specialist (RS); 2) RS establish eligibility for services from more than one agency; 3) Consumer selects qualified provider; 4) Statewide Employment Services (SES) establishes Service Agreement; 5) Services & supports implemented; and 6) SES provides ongoing coordination & evaluation of services with consumer. CBES's system of finding employment for people with disabilities has several advantages which include: potential for consumer choice, flexibility and potential to customize services based on individual needs, clear definition of purchase of services with specific goals and benchmarks, incentives for service providers and enhanced focus of quality on services provided, and the fact that all state agencies can use the same system which helps with costs.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 782
Author: Hart, D.; Zimbrich, K.; Ghiloni, C.
Year: (in press)
Title: Interagency partnerships and funding: individual supports for youth with significant disabilities as they move into postsecondary education and employment options
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Accession Number: MS#053-H01)
Keywords: inter-agency, partnerships, funding, supports, youth, significant, disabilities, postsecondary, employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 371
Author: Hart, D., Zafft, C. & Graguoudas, S.
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary education services and supports for individuals with cognitive disabilities survey
Keywords: access, college, postsecondary education, students with disability, support


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 780
Author: Hart, D.; Zafft, C.
Year: 2000
Title: The current status of postsecondary education services, individuals with disabilities, and the vocational rehabilitation system
City: Boston
Institution: University of Massachusetts Children's Hospital
Pages: 3-29
Date: June, 2000
Keywords: current, status, vocational, rehabilitation, system


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1379
Author: Hart, Debra; Gilmore; Zafft, Cynthia; Bose
Year: 2000
Title: The current status of postsecondary education services, individuals with disabilities, and the vocational rehabilitiation system
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii-Manoa
Pages: 1-29
Abstract: The major difference for those with disabilities and those without for going to college is access. Also includes a table showing percentage of ethnic group with disabilities receiving some form of postsecondary education and percentage of services provided for each group while in college or business/vocational. Percentage of services provided for each ethnic group while in college are: 11.6% for Native Americans, 11% for Whites, 9.8% for Asian/Pacific Islanders, 7% for Hispanics, and 5.5% for African Americans.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 520
Author: Hart, D.; Zafft, C.; Zimbrich, K.
Year: 2001
Title: Creating access to college for all students
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 19-31
Date: Winter
Keywords: access strategies, barriers, person-centered planning, changing teacher roles, student support teams
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 781
Author: Hart, D.; Zimbrich, K.; Ghiloni, C.
Year: 2001
Title: Interagency partnerships and funding: individual supports for youth with significant disabilities as they move into postsecondary education and employment options
Journal: Journal of Voca-tional Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Issue: 3-4
Pages: 145-154


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1661
Author: Hart, Debra; Zimbrich, Karen; Ghiloni, C.
Year: 2001
Title: Intragency partnerships and funding: Individual supports for youth with significant disabities as they move into postsecondary education and employment options
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 3/4
Pages: 145-154


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 7
Author: Hart, D., Gilmore, Zafft, C. & Bose
Year: 2002
Title: The current status of postsecondary education services, individuals with disabilities, and the vocational rehabilitation system
Journal: The Institute for Community Inclusion with the National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports: Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, at the Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawai'i.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1658
Author: Hart, Debra
Year: 2002
Title: Trends in postsecondary education services in the vocational rehabilitation system for individuals with disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1659
Author: Hart, Debra; Zafft, Cynthia
Year: 2002
Title: Follow-up study of the postsecondary educational experiences of twenty youth with cognitive disabilites
City: Boston
Institution: Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachussetts at Boston


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1660
Author: Hart, Debra; Zafft, Cynthia; Zimbrich, Karen
Year: 2002
Title: Creating access to college for all students
Journal: The Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 19-31


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1863
Author: Hart, Debra; Zimbrich, Karen; Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2002, December
Title: Challenges in coordinating and managing services and supports in secondary and postsecondary options
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 16
Keywords: disability, documentation, eligibility, cultural
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=719


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1381
Author: Hart, Debra; Zafft, Cynthia
Year: Draft
Title: PHASE II research studies
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports,University of Hawaii-Manoa
Keywords: Postsecondary education, Employment, Inclusive
Abstract: Authors propose to conduct a follow-up study to identify the adult life experiences and outcomes for 20 students with significant disabilities who participated in an inclusive postsecondary education option. Students with disabilities enter postsecondary education at a rate of 19 percent while those without enter at a rate of 78%.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 519
Author: Hartman, Rhona C.; Baker, Bonnie; Harris, Richard
Year: 1986
Title: Strategies for advising disabled students for postsecondary education
Institution: U. S. Department of Education
American Council on Education
Pages: 10
Keywords: strategies, career counseling, resources
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 783
Author: Hartman, Rhona C.
Year: August, 1981
Title: Strategies for advising disabled
Students for Postsecondary Education
Producer: Heath Resource Center
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 2
Last Update Date: July, 1986
URL: http://www.heath-resource-center.org/PDFs/StrategiesforAdvisingDisabledStudents.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1382
Author: Harvey, William B.
Year: 2001
Title: Minorities in higher education 2000-2001
City: Washington, DC
Institution: American Council on Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 372
Author: Hasazi, S.B., Gordon, L.R., et al
Title: A statewide follow-up on the post high school employment and residential status of students labeled "mentally retarded"
Journal: Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded
Volume: 20
Pages: 222-234


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 107
Author: Hasazi, S.B., Gordon, L.R., & Roe, C.A.
Year: 1985
Title: Factors associated with the employment status of handicapped youth exiting high school from 1979 to 1983.
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 51
Pages: 455-469


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 108
Author: Hasazi, S.B., Hasazi, J.E., Gordon, L.R., Hull, M. & Johnson, R.
Year: 1989
Title: Employment of youth with and without handicaps following high school from 1979 to 1983.
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 51
Issue: 6
Pages: 455-469


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 784
Author: Hasazi, S.B., Johnson, R.E., Hasazi, J.E. Gordon, L.R., & Hull, M.
Year: 1989
Title: Employment of youth with and without handicaps following highschools
Journal: The Journal of Special Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 3
Pages: 243-255
Date: 1999
Keywords: employment, handicap, high school


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 785
Author: Hasselbring, T., Glaser, C.
Year: 2000
Title: Use of computer technology to help students with special needs.
Journal: Future of Children
Volume: 10
Issue: 2
Pages: 102-22
Abstract: technology
Notes: Not yet in our library


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 786
Author: Hasselbring, Ted S.; Glaser, Candyce H.
Year: 2000
Title: Use of computer technology to help students with special needs
Journal: The Future of Children: Children and Computer Technology
Volume: 10
Issue: 2
Pages: 102-122
Keywords: computer, technology


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1383
Author: Hasselbring, Ted S.; Williams Glaser, Candyce H.
Year: 2000
Title: Use of technology to help students with special needs
Journal: The Future of Children: Children and Computer Technology
Volume: 10
Issue: 2
Pages: 102-122
Date: Fall/Winter
Abstract: This article reviews technologies for students with mild learning and behavioral disorders, speech and language disorders, hearing impairments, visual impairments, and severe physical disabilities. Some of the technologies include hearing aids, audio loops, optical character recognition, and voice recognition. Some of the barriers for the use of technologies for students with disabilities include lack of adequate teacher training and the high costs of the technology.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 109
Author: Hatch, T.
Year: 1998
Title: How comprehensive can comprehensive reform be?
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 79
Pages: 518-522


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 47
Author: Haugen, J.B., & King, M.B.
Year: 1995
Title: New pathways to a degree at the college of st. catherine
Journal: Impact
Volume: 8
Issue: 2


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1384
Author: Haughton Jr., Claiborne D.
Year: 1993
Title: Expanding the circle of inclusion for african americans with disabilities: a national opportunity
Journal: Black Collegian
Volume: 23
Issue: 4
Keywords: Empowerment of African American students, discrimination
Abstract: African Americans with disabilities encounter a "double whammy" based upon their race and their disability. Although America has made tremendous progress throughout the centuries in regards to the treatment of individuals with disabilities, it still has a long way to go. More than eighty percent of African Americans with disabilities are jobless. African Americans with disabilities who worked in 1988 earned $8,897, or seventy percent of the $12,689 earned by white adults with disabilities. Only 5.8 percent of African Americans with disabilities are college graduates while 15.6 percent of non-disabled African Americans receive college diplomas. The potential pool of students with disabilities is untapped by the majority of institutions. Ways of improving institutions to meet the needs of African Americans with disabilities are discussed.
URL: http://mds.ohiolink.edu/mds/record?dbnm=easp&art1=R000000009african%20%2d%20amc


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1385
Author: Hauser, Robert M.; Simmons, Solon J.; Pager, Devah I.
Year: 2000
Title: High school dropout, race-ethnicity, and social background from the 1970s to the 1990s
Keywords: CLD
Dropouts
Abstract: Between 1972 and 1998, data from October Current Population Surveys show that dropout is least among whites and greatest among Hispanics, and it has declined among whites and African-Americans since the late 1970s. Annual dropout rates are successively higher in each of the last three years of high school, and men drop out more than women. Social background favors school continuation among whites relative to minorities, but trends in background were favorable both to whites and blacks. Residence in a large central city increases high school dropout among whites and blacks. The end of compulsory school attendance increases dropout, especially among minorities. Female household headship increases dropout, especially among whites, and post-secondary education of parents and home ownership sharply lower dropout. Social location and background should inform our understanding of changes in high school dropout, along with the dynamics of the economy and of educational policy.
URL: http://www.law.harvard.edu/civilrights/publications/dropouts/dropout/hauser.pdf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 373
Author: Hayes-Bautista, D.E.
Year: 1992
Title: Latino health indicators and the underclass model: from paradox to new policy models
Editor: Furino, A.
Book Title: Health policy and the Hispanic
City: Boulder, CO
Publisher: Westview
Pages: 32-47


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 375
Author: Hayward, B.J. & Wirt, J.G.
Year: 1989
Title: Handicapped and disadvantaged students: access to quality vocational education
City: Washington, DC
Institution: US Dept. of Education, Natl. Assessment of Vocational Education


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 374
Author: Hayward, B., Tashjian, M.D., & Wehman, P.
Year: 1995
Title: Development of assistive technology: evaluation of federal initiative
Editor: K.F. Flippo, K.J. Inge, & J.M. Barcus
Book Title: Assistive technology: a resource for school, work, and community
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 787
Author: Hazer, John T.; Bedell, Karen V.
Year: 2000
Title: Effects of seeking accommodation and disability on preemployment evaluations
Journal: Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Volume: 30
Issue: 6
Pages: 1201-1223
Keywords: preemployment evaluations


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 110
Author: Heal, L.W. & Rusch, F.R.
Year: 1995
Title: Predicting employment for students who leave special education high school programs
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 61
Pages: 472-487


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 788
Author: Heath, Resource Center
Title: Students who are deaf or hard of hearing in postsecondary education
Place Published: Washington, DC
Publisher: American Council on Education
Keywords: deaf; postsecondary


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 789
Author: Heath, Resource Center
Year: 2001
Title: Creating options: a resource on financial aid for students with disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Keywords: financial aid
URL: www.heath-resource-center.org


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 790
Author: HEATH Resource Center
Year: 1991
Title: Career planning and employment strategies for postsecondary students with disabilities
Producer: The George Washington University
Access Date: January 2, 2003
Abstract: This paper is designed to be a resource for counselors, administrators, instructors, and
students with disabilities who are concerned about career planning and employment. The
information included addresses the issue of career planning and employment strategies
for individuals with disabilities in postsecondary academic and technical institutions.
URL: http://www.heath-resource-center.org/PDFs/CareerPlanningandEmploymentStrategiesforPostsecondaryStudentswithDisabilities.pdf
Author Address: The George Washington University
HEATH Resource Center
2121 K Street, NW Suite 220
Washington, DC 20037
Voice/TTY: 202.973.0904 or Toll Free 1.800.544.3284
Fax: 202.973.0908 E-mail: askheath@heath.gwu.edu

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2020
Author: HEATH Resource Center
Year: 1997
Title: Make the most of your opportunities: a guide to postsecondary education for adults with disabilities
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary/hrc_makemost.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 791
Author: HEATH Resource Center
Year: 2001
Title: 2001 college freshmen with disabilities: a biennial statistical profile
City: Washington D.C.
Institution: HEATH Resource Center, The George Washington University
URL: http://www.heath.gwu.edu/PDFs/collegefreshmen.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 792
Author: Heidenheimer, Arnold J.; Heclo, Hugh; Adams, Carolyn Teich
Year: 1983
Title: Comparative public policy: the politics of social choice in europe and america
City: New York
Publisher: St. Martin's Press, Inc.
Number of Pages: 331
Edition: 2nd
Label: MJ
Keywords: public; policy; europe; america


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1954
Author: Henderson, C.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1386
Author: Henderson, G.; Bryan, W.V.
Year: 1984
Title: Psychosocial aspects of disability
City: Springfield, IL
Publisher: Charles C. Thomas
Abstract: This book focused on a humanistic approach to helping individuals with mild physical disabilities. The history of social attitudes and treatment of this population, as well as legislative action and the impact of disabilities on employment were reviewed. Ethnic group characteristics were discussed, including Native Americans. The role of organizations in enhancing opportunity rather than alienation was explored. A summary chapter concluded with analyses of human rights and survival, identification of problems of helpers, and the marginal existence of people with disabilities.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 376
Author: Henderson, C.
Year: 1995
Title: College freshman with disabilities: a statistical profile
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: American Council on Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 793
Author: Henderson, C.
Year: 1999
Title: 1999 college freshmen with disabilities: a biennial statistical profile
City: Washington, DC
Institution: American Council on Education
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1387
Author: Henderson, Cathy
Year: 1999
Title: College freshmen with disabilities: statistical year 1998
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: American Council on Education
Pages: 1-44


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 794
Author: Henderson, Cathy
Year: 2001
Title: College freshmen with disabilities: a biennial
Statistical Profile
City: Washington, DC
Institution: American Council on Education
Pages: 42
Keywords: statistics, disability, college students
Abstract: This report describes students who reported disabilities and who enrolled
in fall 2000 as full-time freshmen at public and independent four-year colleges
and universities. Since 1966, a national survey of college students
has been administered to a large sample of freshmen each year. This survey
is conducted by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) and is cosponsored by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies of the University of
California at Los Angeles (UCLA). The purpose of this survey is to provide
a profile of first-time, full-time freshmen at the beginning of their college
experiences. Sometimes follow-up surveys are administered to some of
these students to assess their progress through college or in their careers.
administrators tabulated
questionnaires from
269,413 students at
434 baccalaureate
colleges and universities.
URL: http://www.heath-resource-center.org/PDFs/collegefreshmen.pdf
Author Address: American Council on Education
One Dupont Circle NW
Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036-1193
(202) 939-9320 (V/TTY)
(800) 544-3284 (V/TTY)
E-mail: heath@ace.nche.edu
www.heath-resource-center.org

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 377
Author: Herbert, J.T. & Cheatham, H.E.
Year: 1988
Title: Africentricity and the black disability experience: a theoretical orientation for rehabilitation counselors
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 19
Issue: 4
Pages: 50-53


Reference Type: Statute
Record Number: 795
Year: 1998
Name of Act: Workforce Investment ACt of 1998
Date Enacted: 1998
Keywords: worforce, investment, Act,


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1388
Author: Hernandez, Donald J.
Year: 2002
Title: Lack of appropriate research leads to gaps in knowledge about children in immigrant families
Journal: The Forum
Volume: 5
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-6
Date: February
Keywords: immigrants, minority, generation


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1389
Author: Hershey, Laura
Year: 2001
Title: Academic in the service of activism: scholar/advocates engage in participatory action research
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 11
Keywords: PAR, traditional research
Abstract: This article discusses the major differences between PAR and traditional research approaches. When using PAR, questions come from conversations with members of the communities. The questions often require an urgent response and the results often directly effect the stakeholders/community.This type of reserach offers a very different way finding out and understanding vital information. Ideally, the stakeholders are in control of the research. They set the tone, lead the discussions, and validate the findings.

Traditional research is more of a question answer session and the participants often do not directly see or understand the benefits. Many people are reluctance to participate, especially when they're basically being used as an anonymous subject, with no real follow-up and no real contact with the researchers after their participation.
URL: http://www.disabilityworld.org/07-08_01/il/par.shtml


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 796
Author: Heumann, Judith E.
Year: 1994
Title: Improving outcomes and the quality of life for children, youth, and adults who are deaf-blind
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 2
Issue: 2
Pages: 1-3
Date: Winter 1994-1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf, blind; outcomes; quality


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1663
Author: Heyer, Katharina; Graf, Jennifer; Jahier, Robert
Year: 2001
Title: Analysis of the workforce investment act: implications for persons with disabilities, postsecondary education and life-long learning opportunities
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
URL: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq/_articles_html/2001/Winter/dsq_2001_Winter_04.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1662
Author: Heyer, Katharina
Year: 2002
Title: The ada on the road: disability politics in japan and germany
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 797
Author: Heyward, Salome
Year: 1998
Title: Chapter 9: facility access
Book Title: Disability and Higher Education
City: Horsham, PA
Publisher: LRP Publications
Keywords: chapter


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 798
Author: Heyward, Salome
Year: 1998
Title: Reasonable accommodation
Book Title: Disability and Higher Education: Guidance for section 504 and ADA compliance.
City: Horsham, PA
Publisher: LRP Publications
Pages: 6:1-6:25


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 799
Author: Heyward, Salome
Year: 1998
Title: The accommodation process
Book Title: Disability and Higher Education: Guidance for section 504 and ADA compliance
City: Horsham, PA
Publisher: LRP Publications
Pages: 7:1-7:31


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 800
Author: Heyward, Salome
Year: 1998
Title: Nonacademic services
Book Title: Disability and Higher Education: Guidance for section 504 and ADA compliance
City: Horsham, PA
Publisher: LRP Publications
Pages: 8:1-8:20


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1999
Author: Hicks-Coolick, A.; Kurtz, P.D.
Year: 1996
Title: An exploratory study of postsecondary services for students with learning disabilities
Journal: Social Work in Education
Volume: 18
Issue: 104-111


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1390
Author: Hicks-Coolick, Anne; Kurtz, David
Year: 1997
Title: Preparing students with learning disabilities for success in postsecondary education: needs and services
Journal: Social Work in Education
Volume: 19
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-42
Call Number: LB 3013 .4 .S62
Keywords: learning disabilities; postsecondary school; self-advocacy;success; transition
Abstract: This article looks at what personal characteristics contribute to success for students with LD in postsecondary education. The literature review revealed that several studies have found the same percentage of LD students graduating from college as non-LD students. Further, when comparing characteristics of unsuccessful and successful LD students, the successful ones had good language skills, high motivation, a positive attitude toward learning, an understanding and acceptance of the disability, rigorous high school courses, use of few self-contained LD services in high school, and extensive tutoring in college. The sample included nine counselors from nine postsecondary schools and the instrument consisted of a semi-structured interview. Results from the interviews suggest that three key characteristics determined success: 1) high motivation to succeed; 2) academic preparation; and 3) self-advocacy. Self-advocacy consisted of several characteristics including self-awareness of disability, self-acceptance of disability, having knowledge of student rights and resources, having assertiveness skills, and having problem solving skills.


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1391
Editor: Higgins, Ruby D.; Cook, Clidie B.; Ekeler, William J.; Sawyer, R. McLaran; Prichard, Keith W.
Year: 1993
Title: The black students guide to college success
City: Westport, CN
Publisher: Greenwood Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 378
Author: Higgins, E., Zvi, J.
Year: 1995
Title: Assistive technology for postsecondary students with learning disabilities from research to practice
Journal: Annals of Dyslexia
Volume: 45
Pages: 123-142


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1955
Author: Higgins, E., & Raskind, M.
Year: 1995
Title: Compensatory effectiveness of speech recognition on the written composition performance of postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 18
Pages: 159-174


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1956
Author: Higgins, E., & Raskind, M.
Year: 1997
Title: The compensatory effectiveness of optical character recognition/speech sysnthesis on reading comprehension of postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities
Volume: 8
Pages: 75-87


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2000
Author: Higgins, E.L.; Raskind, M.H.
Year: 1997
Title: The compensatory effectiveness of optical character recognition/speech synthesis on reading comprehension of postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 8
Issue: 75-87


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 802
Author: Higgins, Mary Ann
Year: 2002
Title: Using vocational rehabilitation funds to support study abroad
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 22-23
Keywords: study abroad


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1392
Author: Hilberg, R Soleste; Tharp, Roland G.
Year: 2002
Title: Theoretical perspectives, research findings, and classroom implications of the learning styles of american indian and alaskan native students
Producer: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: December 23
Keywords: american indian, alaskan native, learning styles
Abstract: The authors discuss general theoretical perspectives on learning styles and their own work on the learning styles of American Indian and Alaska Native students. They maintain that even in single-culture classrooms, teachers must use a variety of instructional approaches so that all students can learn effectively. Hilberg and Tharp discuss some of the tendencies observed in the learning styles of American Indian and Alaska Native students, among them: organizing information in holistic, non linear ways; understanding information through visual contexts; processing reflectively, and working collaboratively. This digest also includes case studies of instructional approaches that accommodate different learning styles and a discussion of their effectiveness.
URL: http://crede.ucsc.edu/products/print/erics/eric11_learningstyles.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 803
Author: Hill, S.E., Bahniuk, M.H., Dobos, J., & Rouner
Year: 1989
Title: Mentoring and other communication support in the academic setting
Journal: Group and Organization Studies
Volume: 14
Pages: 355-368
Date: 1989
Keywords: mentoring, communication, support, academic


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 380
Author: Hilton, A. & Ringlaben, R.
Year: 1998
Title: Best and promising practices in developmental disabilities
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 48
Author: Hine, N., Harper, G., Beattie, W., & Arnott, J.L.
Year: 1988
Title: The learn-ed distance teaching system - results of use by disabled students
Editor: Springle, S.
Book Title: Proceedings of the RESNA '98 Annual conference: the state of the arts and sciences
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: RESNA
Pages: 255-256


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 804
Author: Hine, N.; Harper, G.; Beattie, W.; Arnott, J.L.
Year: 1998
Title: The learn-ed distance teaching system--results of use by disabled students
Editor: Springle, S.
Book Title: Proceedings of the RESNA '98 annual conference: The state of the arts and sciences
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: RESNA
Pages: 255-256
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2021
Author: Hishinuma, E.S.; Fremstad, J.S.
Year: 2000
Title: Summary of test accommodations for the sat and act for students who are learning disabled-1999-2000 school year
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/transition/hishinuma_actsat.html


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 805
Author: Hitchcock, C.; Meo, Grace
Year: 2001
Title: Universal design for learning: improved opportunities for access, participation, progress
Place Published: National Center on Secondary Education and Transision Institute on Community Integration, Minneapolis MN
Pages: 1-11
Keywords: Universal, design, learning, improved, opportunities, access, participation, progress


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 381
Author: Hockley, D.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Planning adaptive computing services in postsecondary education: an integrated approach
Conference Name: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 111
Author: Hocutt, A.M.
Year: 1996
Title: Effectiveness of special education: is placement the critical factor?
Journal: The future of children: special education for students with disabilities
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Pages: 77-102


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1393
Author: Hoffman, Alan; Field, Sharon
Year: 1995
Title: Promoting self-determination through effective curriculum development
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Keywords: Self determination, curriculum development
Abstract: The emerging focus on self-determination for students dictated a need for models to guide the development of curriculum, instructional strategies, and supports to increase student self-determination and for the development of materials that promote self-determination. As a result, two major federal priorities were launched to (a) provide for model demonstrations of strategies that promote self-determination, and (b) develop conceptual models and assessment approaches for self-determination. The curriculum effort described in this article occurred as part of these two federal initiatives.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1394
Author: Holloway, John H.
Year: 2002
Title: Mentoring for diversity
Journal: Educaional Leadership
Date: March
Keywords: mentoring, minority teachers
Abstract: Mentoring plays a crucial role in the recruitment, nuturing, and support of minority teachers.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1395
Author: Holmes, Natalie Carter
Year: 2000
Title: Better predictors of teen troubles than race, parents: new study says school failure, "hanging out" linked to behaviors like violence, drinking, smoking, and sex.
Producer: American Association of School Administrators
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 11/18
Keywords: Academic preparation
CLD
Mentors
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) reports the findings of a survey of a nationally representative sample of about 10,000 teenagers. The survey found that race, income and family structure account for small differences in student behaviors. However, researchers found a strong link, across demographic groups, of school failure and large amounts of time spent "hanging out" with friends engaging in risky behaviors (such as sex, violence, drinking and smoking) known to produce unhealthy outcomes. The results support the idea that the involvement of caring adults in the lives of teenagers is very important for their healthy development.

Teenagers who are failing in school and who spend more time than other youths in unstructured and unsupervised activities are more likely to engage in risky behaviors such as sex, violence, drinking and smoking.
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/11_00/00-11-30teens2.htm
Author Address: American Association of School Administrators
1801 North Moore Street,
Arlington, VA 22209-1813
Phone 703.528.0700
FAX 703.841.1543
http://www.aasa.org
e-mail webmaster@aasa.org

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1396
Author: Holmes, Natalie
Year: 2000
Title: Districts look to students for clues in closing achievement gap
Producer: American association of school administrators
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 14
Keywords: Academic preparation, CLD, mentors
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) discusses the academic "achievement gap" between White and many culturally and linguistically diverse groups, and describes a student conference of 85 high-achieving African-American and Hispanic-American students who were asked to develop recommendations for addressing this gap. Their recommendations focused on providing connections to role models and mentors beginning at the earliest grades.
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/10_00/10-12-00msan.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1397
Author: Holmes, Natalie
Year: 2000
Title: High expectations not enough to boost success of hispanics, says presidential commission
Producer: American Association of School Administrators
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 14
Keywords: Academic preparation, CLD, Hispanic American, limited English proficiency, poverty
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) summarizes the 75-page final report of the President's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans. The issue of improving educational outcomes for Hispanic-Americans is considered critical because it is projected they will comprise 25% of the nation's population by 2050, but currently tend to have outcomes that are well below national averages. According to the report, this "achievement gap" is the result of multiple factors, including poverty, isolation in resource-poor schools, low expectations, limited English proficiency, under-representation in early childhood programs, inadequate parent involvement, and misuse of test results in making judgments about students. The report urges educators to improve the quality of teaching for diverse students, including raising teachers' expectations for students; in partnership with community organizations, train parents in how to develop their children's skills; and require all students to take college-prep courses.
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/09_00/00_09_26hispanics.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1398
Author: Holmes, Natalie
Year: 2001
Title: Under-18 population more diverse: 2000 census
Producer: American Association of School Administrators
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 14
Keywords: CLD, 2000 census
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) summarizes a US Census Bureau report on the growing cultural and linguistic diversity of the US population. More than twice the proportion of the under-18 population is culturally and linguistically diverse, compared to the over-18 population. From the 1990 to 2000 census, there was a 53% rise in the number of census respondents identifying themselves as Hispanic, a 13% increase in those identifying themselves as Black or African American, and a 6% increase in those checking off non-Hispanic White
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/01-03/01-03-15census.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1399
Author: Holmes, Natalie Carter
Year: 2001
Title: Under-18 population more diverse: 2000 census

New figures on racial, ethnic backgrounds of Americans confirm trends public school officials have been observing for 30 years
Producer: American Association of School Administrators--Leadership News
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 11/18
Keywords: CLD
Abstract: This article (on the Leadership News Web page of the American Association of School Administrators) summarizes a US Census Bureau report on the growing cultural and linguistic diversity of the US population. More than twice the proportion of the under-18 population is culturally and linguistically diverse, compared to the over-18 population. From the 1990 to 2000 census, there was a 53% rise in the number of census respondents identifying themselves as Hispanic, a 13% increase in those identifying themselves as Black or African American, and a 6% increase in those checking off non-Hispanic White.
URL: http://www.aasa.org/publications/ln/01-03/01-03-15census.htm
Author Address: American Association of School Administrators
1801 North Moore Street,
Arlington, VA 22209-1813
Phone 703.528.0700
FAX 703.841.1543
http://www.aasa.org
e-mail webmaster@aasa.org

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 382
Author: Hong, G.K.
Year: 1999
Title: Rehabilitation counseling for asian americans: psychological and social considerations
Journal: www.dinf.org/pres_com/pres-dd/hong.htm


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1400
Author: Hong, George K.
Year: 2001
Title: Rehabilitation counseling for asian americans: psychological and social considerations
Producer: President's Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: January 17
Keywords: rehabilitation
Asian Americans
Abstract: The author suggests that in order for rehabilitation counselors to work effectively with Asian Americans, they must be aware of the diversity and commonalities among the different groups in order to provide culturally sensitive services. For example, Asian Americans come from different countries in Asia and have different cultures and languages. In addition, the degree to which an individual identifies with their ethnic culture and American culture differs. Hong advises that when Asian Americans seek counseling, they expect a quick solution to their problems but may not be aware of the emotional/psychological aspects of the counseling. Further, Asian cultures are focused on the family so when working with an Asian American consumer, the counselor should take the family into consideration and even include family members in the decision making process. Counselors should also work with other community agencies and providers to find appropriate services for the consumer. In addition, they should work together to promote institutional change so that cultural services are more easily accessible.
URL: http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/pubs/diverse/hong.htm


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1957
Author: Hooper, S.R., Montgomery, J., Swartz, C., Reed, M.S., Sandler, A.D., Levine, M.D., et al.
Year: 1994
Title: Frames of reference for the assessment of learning disabilities
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Baltimore: Brookes


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 806
Author: Hopstock, Paul J.; Baker, Carol Ann; Kelley, Joseph E.; Stephenson, Todd G.
Year: June 30, 2002
Title: Evaluation of the american indian vocational rehabilitation services program
City: Arlington, VA
Institution: Development Associates, Inc.
Notes: Prepared for: Rehabilitation Services Administration
U.S. Department of Education
Washington, D.C.
URL: http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/RSA/Research/studies/AIVRS-Final_Report.pdf
Author Address: Development Associates, Inc.
1730 North Lynn Street
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 276-0677

Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 807
Author: Hopstock, P.J.; Baker, C.A.; Kelley, Joseph E.; Stephenson, Todd. G.
Year: June, 2002
Title: Evaluation of the american indian vocational rehabilitation services (AIRS) program
Pages: i-vii
Date: June, 2002
Keywords: evaluation, American Indian, vocational, rehabilitation, services


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1401
Author: Horn, Laura J.; Adelman, Clifford
Title: Toward Resiliency: At-risk students who make it to college
Institution: Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Keywords: At-risk students, college preparation, transition,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine whether student, parent, and peer engagement factors that contributed to at-risk students' success in graduating from high school continued to be important in making the transition from high school to postsecondary education. Only students who were considered at moderate to high risk of dropping out of high school were included in the analysis (about one-quarter of 1992 high school graduates). They were identified as those exhibiting two or more of the following six risk factors: family in the lowest socioeconomic quartile, from a single-parent home, earned grades of C's or lower from 6th to 8th grade, held back a grade, changed schools two or more times outside of the normal progression, or have an older sibling who dropped out of high school. Key findings are as follows: (1) parent and peer engagement indicators were especially strong influences on postsecondary enrollment. Moderate- to high-risk youth whose parents frequently discussed school-related matters with them in high school had much higher odds of both 4-year college enrollment and enrollment in any postsecondary education, compared with their peers whose parents had no discussions with them. Parents' educational expectations also exerted a strong influence on whether or not moderate- to high-risk teens enrolled in any postsecondary education; (2) compare to students whose friends did not have college plans, students who reported that most or all of their high school friends had plans for enrolling in a 4-year college were far more likely to enroll in a 4-year college themselves. The importance that friends attributed to learning activities such as studying and getting good grades had a strong positive effect on whether or not students enrolled in any postsecondary education, but not on whether they enrolled in a 4-year college; (3) Participating in college preparation activities increased the odds of enrolling in postsecondary education. Gathering information about financial aid and talking to individuals about aid increased the odds of enrolling in any postsecondary education, while getting help with preparing for entrance exams and the college application process increased the odds of enrolling in a 4-year college; (4) moderate- to high-risk students who reported participating in college outreach programs increased their odds of enrolling in a 4-year college nearly twofold.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1402
Author: Horn, Laura; Carroll, Dennis C.
Year: 1997
Title: Confronting the odds: students at risk and the pipeline to higher education
Institution: National Center for Education Statistics
Date: October
Report Number: U.S. Department of Education Office of Educational Research and Improvement NCES 98-094
Keywords: at risk, socioeconomic status


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 518
Author: Horn, L.; Berktold, J.
Year: 1999
Title: Students with disabilities in postsecondary education: a profile of preparation, participation, and outcomes.
City: Washington DC
Institution: National Center for Education Statistics
Report Number: NCES 1999-187
Keywords: disability, postsecondary education, preparation, participation, outcomes, access
Notes: entered by Lori Pretes
URL: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs99/1999187.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 808
Author: Horn, L., & Berktold, J.
Year: 1999
Title: Students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Keywords: profile, preparation, participation, and outcomes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 809
Author: Horn, L.; Berktold, J.
Year: 1999
Title: Students with disabilities in postsecondary education: a profile of preparation, participation, and outcomes
Journal: Education Statistics Quarterly (NCES 1999187)
Pages: 1-89
Date: 1999 June
Keywords: statistical analysis report


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1403
Author: Horn, Laura; Berktold, Jennifer; Bobbitt, Larry
Year: 1999
Title: Students with disabilities in postsecondary education: a profile of preparation, participation, and outcomes
Institution: National Center for Education Statistics
Pages: 1-7
Date: June
Report Number: NCES 1999-187
Keywords: secondary education, college, postsecondary, statistics
Abstract: This report provides a comprehensive profile of students with disabilities enrolled in postsecondary education. It is based on an analysis of four different surveys conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics, which were used to address the following four issues: 1) representation of students with disabilities enrolled in postsecondary education; 2) who among high school students with disabilities gain access to postsecondary education; 3) among those who enroll in postsecondary education, how well do they persist to degree attainment; and 4) among college graduates, what are the early labor market outcomes and graduate school enrollement rates of students with disabilities. The following is a summary of the key findings for each of the four main issues addessed in the report.


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 810
Author: Horn, L.; Berktold, J.
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary students with disabilities: enrollment, service, and persistence
Place Published: U.S. Department of Education
Publisher: Office of Eduation Research and Improvement
Number: NCES 2000 092
Pages: 1-3
Date: June, 2000
Keywords: postsecondary, students, disabilities, enrollment, services, persistence


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 811
Author: Horn, L.; Berktold, J.; Bobbit, L.
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary students with disabilities: enrollment, services, and persistence
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Education Research and Improvement
Pages: 1-3
Date: 2000
Keywords: postsecondary, students, disabilities, enrollment, services, persistence


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1404
Author: Horn, Laura; Peter, Katharin; Rooney, Kathryn; Malizio, Andgrew G.
Year: 2002
Title: Profile of undergraduates in u.s. postsecondary educational institutions: 1999-2000
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics
Date: July


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2001
Author: Houchins, D.E.
Year: 2001
Title: Assistive technology barriers and facilitators during secondary and post-secondary transitions
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 24
Pages: 73-88


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 812
Author: Hoyt, K.
Year: 2001, October
Title: Helping high school students broaden their knowledge of postsecondary education options.
Journal: Professional School Counseling
Volume: 5
Issue: 1
Pages: 6-13


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 517
Author: Hu, S.
Year: 2003
Title: Educational aspirations and postsecondary access and choice: students in urban, suburban and rural schools compared.
Journal: Education Policy Analysis Archives
Volume: 11
Issue: 14
Date: April 29, 2003
Keywords: educational aspirations, postsecondary access, choice, outcomes, urban, suburban, rural
Notes: entered by Lori Pretes
URL: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v11n14/


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 383
Author: Hudson, F.
Year of Conference: 1992
Title: Class within a class: a shared responsibility of regular and special education
Conference Name: Council for Learning Disabilities
Conference Location: Kansas City, MO


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 813
Author: Huebner, K.; Prickett, J.; Welch, T.; Joffee, E.
Year: 1995
Title: Hand in hand: essentials of communication and orientation and mobility for your students who are dear-blind.
City: New York
Publisher: AFB Press
Volume: 1
Keywords: hand; orientation


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 814
Author: Huebner, K.; Prickett, J.; Welch, T.; Joffee, E.
Year: 1995
Title: Selected reprints and annotated bibliography on working with students who are deaf-blind.
City: New York
Publisher: AFB Press
Keywords: annotated; bibliography


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 815
Author: Huebner, K.; Prickett, J.; Welch, T.; Joffee, E.
Year: 1995
Title: Hand in hand: essentials of communication and mobility for your students who are deaf-blind
City: New York
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind Press
Volume: 2
Keywords: hand; essentials


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1405
Author: Huff, D.J.
Year: 1997
Title: To live heroically: institutional racism and american indian education
City: Albany
Publisher: State University of New York Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 112
Author: Hughes, C., Hwang, B., Kim, J., Killian, D.J., Harmer, M.L., & Alcantra, P.R.
Year: 1997
Title: A preliminary validation on strategies that support the transition from school to adult life
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 20
Pages: 1-14


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 384
Author: Hughes, C., Eisenman, L.T., et al
Year: 1997
Title: Transition from secondary special education to adult life: a review and analysis of empirical measures
Journal: education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
Volume: 32
Pages: 85-104


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 816
Author: Hughes, Katherine L.; Bailey, Thomas R.; Karp, Melinda Mechur
Year: 2002, December
Title: School-to-work: making a difference in education
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Issue: December 2002
Pages: 272-79


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1406
Author: Humes, Karen; McKinnon, Jesse
Year: 1999
Title: The asian and pacific islander population in the united states
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau
Pages: 1-6
Date: March
Keywords: Asian Americans
Pacific Islanders
Abstract: This report presents data on the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) population in the U.S. As of March 1999, there were 10.9 million Asian and Pacific Islanders in the U.S., constituting 4 percent of the total population. Other facts of this population are: 1) most live in metropolitan areas; 2) the API population is young; 3) among young adults, APIs are more likely than non-Hispanic Whites to have never married; 4) the majority of families are maintained by married couples; 5) API families are larger than non-Hispanic White families; 6) among people 25 years and older, APIs are more likely to have earned a college degree than non-Hispanic Whites but they were also more likely to have less than a ninth grade education than non-Hispanic Whites; 7) male APIs are more likely than female APIs to participate in the civilian labor force; 8) APIs are concentrated in professional specialty and managerial occupations; 9) while one-fifth have incomes or less than $25,000, one-third of API families have incomes of $75,000 or more; and 10) APIs (13%) are more likely than non-Hispanic Whites (8%) to be poor. Data for this report was extracted from the Census Bureau.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 817
Author: Humphries, T.; Padden, C.
Year: 1992
Title: Learning american sign language
City: New Jersey
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Keywords: sign


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1407
Author: Hune, Shirley
Year: 1998
Title: Asian pacific american Women in higher education: claiming visibility and voice
City: Los Angeles
Institution: University of California
Abstract: This report draws from research on women in higher education and on APAs and other minorities, as well as on othe previous PSEW publications and the memoirs and autobiographies of APA women. It is also based on the author's observations as a participant in the academy and on consultations with APA women over two decades. The study benefits as well from the voices and insights of APA women from focus group and individuals interviews conducted by the author over the past year. Although interviewees represent a varity of postsecondary institutions across the nation, they are not representative of all Asian Pacific Americans.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1408
Author: Hurdle, Donna E.
Year: 2002
Title: Native hawaiian traditional healing: culturally based interventions for social work practice.
Journal: Social Work
Volume: 47
Issue: 2
Pages: 183-192
Date: April
Keywords: Native Hawaiian, Social Work, Interventions
Abstract: This article discusses the importance of culturally based interventions within a cultural competence framework and offers examples of such interventions used with Native Hawaiians - Ho'oponopono.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 818
Author: IDEA
Year: 2001
Title: Record of the expert strategy panel on students with disabilities' secondary education, transition, and employment
Keywords: strategy, panel, IDEA


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1409
Author: Imel, Susan
Year: 2000
Title: Career and technical education in urban schools
City: Columbus, OH
Institution: National Dissemination Center for Career & Technical Education
Keywords: Urban, high school, high standards, training
Abstract: This brief examines developments in high school reform and highlights their implications for career and technical education (CTE) programs in urban high schools.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 385
Author: Imrie, R.
Year: 1997
Title: Rethinking the relationships between disability, rehabilitation, and society
Journal: Disability and Rehabilitation
Volume: 19
Issue: 7
Pages: 263-271


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 819
Author: Ingraham, Cynthia L.; Carey, Annette; Vernon, M.; Berry, P.
Year: 1994
Title: Deaf-blind clients and vocational rehabilitiation: practical guidelines for counselors
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Pages: 117-127
Date: Mar-Apr 1994
Keywords: deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 820
Author: Ingraham, Cynthia L.; Davis, Colemon C.; Carey, Annette; Danek, Marita; Watson, Douglas
Year: 1996
Title: Deaf-blind services in the 21st century: changing faces and changing service delivery systems
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 125-132
Date: 1996
Keywords: deaf-blind


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 387
Author: Ingstad, B. & Whyte, S.
Year: 1995
Title: Disability and culture
City: Berkeley
Publisher: UC Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1410
Author: Ingstad, Benedicte; Whyte, Susan Reynolds
Year: 1995
Title: Disability and culture
City: Berkeley
Publisher: University of California Press
Number of Pages: 307
Abstract: This book covers disability from a cross-cultural perspective with contributions by authors who have conducted extensive research in Central Borneo, Kenya, Southern Somalia, Uganda, Norway, Botswana, Nicaragua, East Africa, and more. They examine they ways in which people in different settings understand and react to impairment and how it affects their lives.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 821
Author: Inman, Dean
Year: 2001
Title: Virtual reality: a new way of seeing
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 17-19
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 822
Author: Institute on Community Integration
Year: 1999
Title: Meeting the needs of youth with disabilities: transition and school-to-work publications.
Place Published: Minneapolis, MN
Publisher: University of Minnesota


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1186
Author: International, PSI
Year: 1986
Title: Cross-cultural rehabilitation: working with the native american population
Journal: Rehab Brief
Volume: 9
Issue: 5
Pages: 1-4


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 823
Author: Isaacson, S.L.
Year: 1993
Title: Open system a seen on the street and from the fourteenth floor
Journal: Journal of learning Disabilities
Volume: 26
Issue: 5
Pages: 326-329
Date: May, 1993
Keywords: open system, fourteenth floor


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1411
Author: Izzo, Margo Vreeburg; Hertzfeld, Jennifer; Simmons-Reed, Evette; Aaron, Jennifer
Title: Promising practices: improving the quality of higher education for students with disabilities
City: Columbus
Institution: The Ohio State University
Pages: 1-25
Keywords: postsecondary programs, disabilities, program improvement, self-advocacy
Abstract: Nine promising practices were selected from a review of promising practices for a program improvement cycle aimed at increasing the quality of postsecondary programs for students with disabilities. The promising practices included: 1) professional development for administrators, faculty and students in the area of disabilities and postsecondary education; 2) student orientation and self-advocacy training; 3) technology-based training; 4) distance training; 5) web accessibility; 6) building capacity for institutional change; 7) administrative and faculty directives; 8) leveraging resources; and 9) student retention studies to see where the schools are failing.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1665
Author: Izzo, M.V., Aaron, J.H., & Hertzfeld, J.E.
Year: (in press)
Title: Raising the bar: student self-determination + good teaching = success.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 826
Author: Izzo, M.; Carlton, P.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Promoting the success of students with disabilities: the ohio state university
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 13, 27


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 828
Author: Izzo, Margo Vreeburg; Hertzfeld, Jennifer Eazor; Aaron, Jennifer Hope
Year: 2001
Title: Raising the bar: student self-determination + good teaching = success
Journal: Journal of Vocational Special Needs Educators
Pages: 1-28
Date: Fall 2001
Keywords: raising;bar;self-determination


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 829
Author: Izzo, M.V.; Herzfeld, J.; Simmons-Reed, E.; Aaron, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Promising practices: improving the quality of higher education for students with disabilities
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#014-H01
Keywords: promising, practices, improving, quality, higher education, disabilities, postsecondary ed.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 824
Author: Izzo, M.
Year of Conference: 2001, July
Title: What faculty and students say about the teaching-learning process
Conference Name: AHEAD Conference
Conference Location: Portland, OR


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 830
Author: Izzo, Margo Vreeburg; Yurcisin, Ann; Carlton, Patricia
Year of Conference: 2001, July
Title: The osu partnership grant, improving the quality of higher education for students with disabilities
Conference Name: Project Directors' Meeting
Conference Location: Portland, Oregeon
Date: July 23, 2001
Keywords: OSU; grant


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 825
Author: Izzo, M.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Self-determination and advocacy skills
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 827
Author: Izzo, M.; Lamb, Margaret
Year: 2002
Title: Self-determination and career development: skills for successful transitions to postsecondary education and employment
City: A white paper developed for the National Center on Postsecondary Education Supports at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Available online, at: http://www.ncset.hawaii.edu/Publications/Pdfs/self_determination.pdf
Pages: 1-43
Date: 2002
Keywords: self-determination; career; transition


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1664
Author: Izzo, M.; Lamb, P.
Year: 2002
Title: Self-determination and career development: skills for successful transitions to postsecondary education and employment


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1666
Author: Izzo-Vreeburg, Margo
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #9
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1667
Author: Izzo-Vreeburg, Margo
Year: 2002
Title: The effects of postsecondary settings on employment outcomes and technological supports transfer
City: Ohio
Institution: Nisonger Center for Disabilities, Ohio State University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1668
Author: Izzo-Vreeburg, Margo; Murray, Alexa
Year: 2002
Title: QxQ's: question by question interviewer instructions for project grad survey
City: Ohio
Institution: Improving the Quality of Higher Education Programs for Students with Disabilities, Ohio State University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1669
Author: Izzo-Vreeburg, Margo; Sharpe, Michael N.; Murray, Alexa
Year: 2002
Title: Post-graduation follow-up survey on technology and work outcomes
City: Ohio
Institution: Improving the Quality of Higher Education Programs for Students with Disabilities, Ohio State University


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 831
Author: Jahier, R.; Graf, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Analysis of the workforce investment act: implications for persons with disabilities, postsecondary education and life-long learning opportunities
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#012-H01
Keywords: analysis, workforce, investment, act, impliations, disabilities, postsecondary ed, life-long, learning, opportunities
Abstract: The article reviews the effects of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) upon the participation of students with disabilities in postsecondary education. The purpose of the WIA is to create an integrated workforce participation and employment system that meets the needs of employers and job seekers. It simultaneously improves workforce quality and reduces welfare dependency. Analysis of WIA suggests that it has a positive impact upon persons with disabilities by addressing training and employment needs as well as the role of postsecondary education programs in addressing those needs.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 388
Author: Jakupcak, J.
Year: 1993
Title: Innovative classroom programs for full inclusion
Editor: Putnam, J.W.
Book Title: Cooperative learning and strategies for inclusion: Celebrating diversity in the classroom
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 163-179


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 113
Author: Jambor, S.O.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: The technical alternative high school: a federal demonstration program using comprehensive programming to support drop-out prevention
Conference Name: National Dropout Prevention Conference
Conference Location: Nashville, TN


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 389
Author: James, R., Leake, D., & Stodden, R.
Year: 1993
Title: The hawaii transition model: a replicaton guide
City: Honolulu, HI
Publisher: UH


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1413
Author: Jamieson, Amie; Curry, Andrea; Martinez, Gladys
Year: 1999
Title: School enrollment in the united states: social and economic characteristics of students
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Commerce. Economics and Statistics Administration. U.S. Census Bereau
Pages: 1-12
Date: March, 2001
Keywords: CLD
Immigrants
Abstract: Summarizes data on the student population (nursery through postsecondary school) collected through the US Census Bureau's Current Population Survey in October 1999, with breakdowns by race and Hispanic origin. Tables include nursery through high school enrollments, college enrollments, and students who are foreign born or have foreign-born parents.
URL: http://www.census.gov/prod/2001pubs/p20-533.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1958
Author: Janesick, V.
Year: 1998
Title: Stretching exercises for qualitative researchers
Publisher: Sage Publishing, Inc


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 832
Author: Jeffords, J.M.
Year: 2002
Title: Workforce investment act -youth provisions promote new service strategies, but additional guidance would enhance program development
Pages: 1-42
Date: April, 2002
Keywords: workforce, investment, act, youth, provisions, guidance, development


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 833
Author: Jehl, Jeanne
Year: 1998
Title: The measure of success: what are the policy implications of the new national indicators of child well-being?
City: Washington D.C.
Institution: Institute for Educational Leadership
Pages: 33
Keywords: measure; implications; policy; exchange


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 390
Author: Jenkins, A.E.
Year: 1989
Title: Job satisfaction of black counselors employed in state-federal rehabilitation agencies: Implications for recruitment and retention
Editor: Leung, T. Wright & Paul
Book Title: Meeting the unique needs of minorities with disabilities: a report to the President and the Congress
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Council on Disability


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 391
Author: John, J.A.
Year of Conference: 1993
Title: Integrating the student with a disability into student media
Conference Name: Annual meeting of Assoc. for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Conference Location: Kansas City, MO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 392
Author: John, J.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Integrating the student with a disability into student media
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 361 810


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 841
Author: Johnson, D.R.; Sharpe, M.N.; Stodden, R.A.
Title: The transition to postsecondary education for students with disabilities
Keywords: transition, postsecondary, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1959
Author: Johnson, D.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1960
Author: Johnson, D.J., & Blalock, J.W.
Year: 1987
Title: Adults with learning disabilities: critical studies
City: Orlando, FL
Publisher: Grune and Stratton


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 398
Author: Johnson, J.R. & Rusch, F.R.
Year: 1993
Title: Educational reform and special education: foundations for a national research agenda focused upon special education
Editor: Kohler, P.D., Johnson, J.R., Chadsey-Rusch, J., & Rusch, F.R.
Book Title: Transition from school to adult life: foundations, best practices, and research directions
City: Champaign
Publisher: University of Illinois, Transition Research Institute


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 399
Author: Johnson, J.R. & Rusch, F.R.
Year: 1993
Title: Secondary special education and transition services: identification and recommendations for future research and demonstration
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 16
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-18


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1961
Author: Johnson, D.
Year: 1993
Title: Relationships between oral and written language
Journal: School Psychology Review
Volume: 22
Issue: 4
Pages: 595-609


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 393
Reporter: Johnson, D.
Year: 1994
Title: Study says small schools are key to learning
Newspaper: New York Times


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 394
Author: Johnson, D.R. & Halloran, W.H.
Year: 1997
Title: The federal legislative context and goals of the state systems change initiative on transition for youth with disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 9
Pages: 109-121


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 395
Author: Johnson, D.R., McGrew, K.S., Bloomberg, L., Bruininks, R.H., & Lin, H.C.
Year: 1997
Title: Results of a national follow-up study of young adults with severe disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 9
Pages: 203-220


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 396
Author: Johnson, D.R., Sharpe, M., et al
Year: 1997
Title: Report on the national survey of the implementation of the idea transition requirements
City: Minneapolis, MN
Institution: Institute on Community Integration


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 397
Author: Johnson, D.r., Sharpe, M.N., & Stodden, R.A.
Year: 2000
Title: The transition to postsecondary education for students with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 2-3, 26-27


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 840
Author: Johnson, D. R.; Emanuel, Ellen J.
Year: 2000
Title: Issues influencing the future of transition programs and services in the united states
Pages: 1-158
Date: 2000
Keywords: issues, influencing, future, transition, programs, services, United States


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1670
Author: Johnson, D.; Sharpe, Michael; Stodden, Robert A.
Year: 2000
Title: The transition to postsecondary education for students with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 2-3,6-7


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 838
Author: Johnson, David R.
Year: 2000, July
Title: Technical proposal
Institution: National Secondary Education and Transition Technical Assistance Center for Youth with Disabilities (SETTAC)
Keywords: technical; proposal


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 842
Author: Johnson, D. R.; Sharpe, M. N.; Stodden, R. A.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: The transition to postsecondary education for students with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 2, 26


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 834
Author: Johnson, D.
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Transition, secondary education reform, and access to the general education curriculum
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Denver, Colorado
Pages: 140
Date: October 10, 2001
Keywords: National capacity institute, reform, curriculum


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1671
Author: Johnson, D.; Stodden, R.A.; Thurlow, M.L.; Emanuel, E.J.; Luecking, R.; Mack, M.
Year: 2001
Title: Challenges facing secondary education adn transition services for youth with disabilities: what research tells us
Journal: Exceptional Children


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 835
Author: Johnson, D.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Current challenges facing the future of secondary education and transition services for youth with disabilities in the united states
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 836
Author: Johnson, D.; Stodden, Robert A.; Emanuel, Ellen J.; Luecking, Richard; Mack, Mary
Year: 2002
Title: Current challenges facing secondary education and transition services: what research tells us
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 4
Pages: 519-531
Keywords: research


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 839
Author: Johnson, David R.
Year: 2002
Title: The importance of ssi work incentive for transition-aged youth with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 2-3
Keywords: SSI, incentives


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1414
Author: Johnson, Lauir
Year: 2002
Title: My eyes have been opened: white teachers and racial awareness
Journal: Journal of Teacher Education
Volume: 53
Issue: 2
Pages: 153-167
Keywords: White teachers, diversity,
Abstract: A life history approach was used to examine the narraties of 6 white teachers of racially diverse classrooms who had been nominated as being "aware of race and racism" by a diverse panel of experts. The teachers' responses to race were examined by semistructured interviews, a drawing of their racial indentity, and a classroom visit that examined classroom artifacts and teacher-student interactions. Narrative, analysis revealed that teachers' perceptions of racial awareness were influenced by (a) perceived identity as "outsiders" due to class background or sexual orientation, that enabled them to disidentify with the White mainstream; (b) living and working with individuals of other races in relationships that approximated "equal status" and exposed them to" insider" perspectives on race and racism; and (c) personal religious/philosophical beliefs that emphasized equality and social justice concerns. Implications for restructuring teacher education programs include revising candidate selection criteria, increasing the racial diversity of students and faculty, experiencing "immersion" in communities of color, and using autogiographical narrative as a pedagogical tool.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1415
Author: Johnson, David R.; Stodden, Robert A.; Emanuel, Ellen J.; Luecking, Richard G.; Mack, Mary
Year: 2002
Title: Current challenges facing secondary education and transition services: what research tells us.
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 4
Pages: 519-531
Abstract: This article presents findings from research that identifies key issues influencing the implementation of the federal transition requirements of the IDEA Amendments of 1997 and policies at the state and local levels; examines the impact and implications of recent general education reform initiatives on secondary education and transition services; and presents major policy, system, and other challenges that must be addressed over the next several years. Specific strategies and recommendations are offered in relation to each of the major challenges examined in this article.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1672
Author: Johnson, Jean L.
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #9
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1673
Author: Johnson, Jean L.
Year: 2002
Title: Examination of the status of the inclusion of students with developmental disabilities as they may effect people with disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1674
Author: Johnson, Robert C.
Year: 2002
Title: Serving students with disabilities: reflections of a community college teacher
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 837
Author: Johnson, D.; Stodden, R.A.; Emanuel, E.J.; Luecking, R.; Mack, M.
Year: Summer, 2002
Title: Current challenges facing secondary education and transition services: what resesarch tells Us
Journal: Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 4
Pages: 519-531
Date: Summer, 2002
Keywords: challenges, secondary education, transition, services, research


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1416
Author: Johnston, Robert C.; Viadero, Debra
Year: 2000
Title: Unmet promise: raising minority achievement
Producer: Education Week
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 17
Keywords: minority, achievement, progress
URL: http://www.edweek.org/ew/ewstory.cfm?slug=27gapintor.h19


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 2022
Author: Joliovette, K.; Stichter, J.P.; Nelson, C.M.; Scott, T.M.; Liaupsin, C.J.
Year: 2000
Title: Improving post-school outcomes for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. eric/osep digest e597
Place Published: Arlington, VA
Publisher: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 843
Author: Jones, Megan A.
Title: Training module: working with people who have acquired deafblindness
Keywords: training; deafblindness


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 844
Author: Jones, Megan A.
Title: Addressing the unique service needs of deafblind student in higher education: Respecting student experience and choice
City: Honolulu
Pages: 7
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 845
Author: Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2001
Title: Support services for individuals with acquired deafblindness: a comparison of perspectives in the united kingdom.
University: University of California, Berkeley
Keywords: deafblindness;kingdom


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1417
Author: Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: Providing a quality accommodated experience in preparation for and during post-secondary school
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1862
Author: Jones, Megan
Year: 2002, March
Title: Providing a quality accommodated experience in preparation for and during post-secondary school
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 16
Keywords: postsecondary, youth with disabilities, case study, quality , challenges
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=198


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 846
Author: Jones, M.A.
Year: in press
Title: Providing a quality accommodated experience in preparation for and during postsecondary school
City: Honolulu, HI
Type of Work: NCSET brief


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1418
Author: Jordan, Jacqueline
Year: 1990
Title: Author argues reason for black students failing
Institution: Curriculum Review
Abstract: Black American 17-year-old students show a decrease in academic performance in the 1980s compared to the 1970s. The author argues that black students are subjected to school failure due to their race, social class, and culture.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1419
Author: Jordan, Will J.; Plank, Stephen B.
Year: 1998
Title: Sources of talent loss among high-achieving poor students
City: Baltimore, Maryland
Institution: Johns Hopkins University
Pages: 1-46
Date: September, 1998
Report Number: 23
Keywords: academic preparation
CLD
Postsecondary access
Poverty
Urban
Abstract: Many graduates who have the academic ability to continue their schooling beyond high school do not enroll in higher education. This phenomenon has been referred to as talent loss. The challenges involved in financing higher education partially contribute to talent loss and its pervasiveness among poor students, but they fall short of providing a complete explanation. This study explicates other possible sources of talent loss. The authors use dual methodologies to examine critical sources of talent loss among students who perform well academically, but are placed at risk of academic failure because they are also from low SES families. Drawing from national panel data as well as eight indepth interviews with guidance counselors from an impoverished, urban school district, the authors suggest that factors such as parental influence, exposure to a high content curriculum, and the availability of school resources all play a part in postsecondary enrollment. The implications of this research for policy, practice, theory, and further study are discussed.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report23.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1420
Author: Jordan, Will J.; Nettles, Saundra Murray
Year: 1999
Title: How students invest their time out of school: effects on school engagement, perceptions of life chances, and achievement
Institution: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk
Pages: 1-33
Date: January, 1999
Report Number: 29
Keywords: Academic preparation
Mentors
Abstract: This study examined the degree to which various out-of-school activities of adolescents influence their school engagement, achievement, and perceptions of their life chances. Results indicate that student participation in structured activities and religious activities and time spent interacting with adults during tenth grade appear to have positive and significant effects on various educational outcomes by grade twelve. Conversely, time spent hanging out with peers was consistently negatively associated with educational outcomes in the study, with few exceptions. The effects of time spent working for pay and time spent alone were somewhat inconsistent throughout the analysis. These results are discussed in terms of their implications for afterschool and summer school policies and programs.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report29.pdf


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 400
Author: Joreskog, K., & Sorbom, D.
Year: 1985
Title: LISREL VI: analysis of linear structural relationships by method of maximum likelihood
City: Mooresville, IN
Publisher: Scientific Software


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 114
Author: Jorgenson, C.
Year: 1996
Title: Developing inclusive curriculum right from the start: practices strategies and examples from the high school classroom
Editor: Stainback, S. Stainback & W.
Book Title: Inclusion: a guide for educators
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 221-236


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 115
Author: Jorgenson, C.M. (with Fisher, D. & Roach, V.)
Year: 1997
Title: Curriculum and its impact on inclusion and the achievement of students with disabilities
Journal: Issue Brief - Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices
Volume: 2
Issue: 2
Pages: 19


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1421
Author: Kachingwe, Aimie Fitzgerald
Year: 2000
Title: Diversity and continuing professional education: defining and synthesizing
Journal: The Journal of Continuing Higher Education
Volume: 48
Issue: 2
Pages: 28-36
Date: Spring
Keywords: diversity, professional education, empowerment


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 401
Author: Kahn, R., & Antonucci, T.
Year: 1980
Title: Convoys over the life course: attachment, roles, and social support
Editor: P. Baltes & O. Brim, Jr.
Book Title: Lifespan development and behavior
City: New York
Publisher: Academic press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1422
Author: Kalyanpur, Maya; Rao, S.S.
Year: 1991
Title: Empowering low-income black families of handicapped children
Journal: American Journal of Orthopsychiatrics
Volume: 61
Issue: 4
Pages: 523-532
Date: October
Keywords: African Americans, disabilities, low-income, children


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1423
Author: Kalyanpur, Maya; Harry, Beth
Year: 1999
Title: Culture in special education: building reciprocal family-professional relationships
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes
Number of Pages: 159
Abstract: The book covers several topics under the broad headings of: cultural underpinnings of special education, legal and epistemological underpinnings of the construction of disability, the role of professional expertise and language in the treatment of disability, professionals' perspectives on parenting styles, and the posture of cultural reciprocity. Disability is defined differently in each culture and may be established by folk beliefs or the legal/professional institutions. Findings reveal that the same condition may or may not be seen as a disability in different societies and that some conditions may carry more of a stigma than others. Findings also suggest that the value attached to a certain disabling condition differs depending on societal expectations and the established parameters for normalcy.


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 847
Reporter: Kaneshiro, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Sounds of silence
Newspaper: Honolulu Star-Bulletin
City: Honolulu
Pages: C1,C4
Section: C
Issue Date: September 29
Keywords: sounds; silence


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 402
Author: Karge, B.D., Patton, P.L., & de la Garza, B.
Year: 1992
Title: Transition services for youth with mild disabilities: do they exist, are they needed?
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 47-68


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 848
Author: Kassner, Marcia Wright
Year: 1989
Title: Open systems theory and women's progress in academia
Journal: Journal of Organizational Change Management
Volume: 2
Issue: 2
Pages: 56-67


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1962
Author: Katz, L., Goldstein, G., & Beers, S.
Year: 2001
Title: Learning disabilities in older adolescents and adults: clinical utility of the neuropsychological perspective
City: New York
Publisher: Plenum Publishers


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 849
Author: Kaufman, H.
Year: 1967
Title: The forest ranger: a study in administrative behavior
City: Washington D.C.
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Keywords: forest; ranger


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 403
Author: Kavale, K.A. & Glass, G.V.
Year: 1981
Title: Meta-analysis and the integration of research in special education
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 14
Issue: 9
Pages: 531-538


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 404
Author: Kavale, K.A. & Glass, G.V.
Year: 1984
Title: Meta-analysis and policy decisions in special education
Journal: Advances in Special Education
Volume: 4
Issue: 195-247


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 850
Author: Kavale, K.A.
Year: 2000
Title: History, rhetoric, and reality
Publisher: Remedial & Special Education
Volume: 21
Number of Volumes: 5
Number: 18
Pages: 279
ISBN/ISSN: 0741-9325
Keywords: history, rhetoric, and reality


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1424
Author: Kaye
Year: 1998
Title: Demographics
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/11
Type of Medium: Internet
URL: http://www.dsc.ucsf.edu/UCSF/pic.taf?_UserReference=BFA2695A826B066BC01AB651&_function=search&url=BOO1X3


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 851
Author: Kaye, S.
Year: 2000
Title: Disability and the digital divide.
City: San Francisco
Institution: Disability Statistics Center, University of California, San Francisco and Washington D.C.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 852
Author: Kazdin, A.
Year: 1982
Title: Single-case research designs: methods for clinical and applied settings.
City: New York
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Keywords: single-case; applied


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 853
Author: Kelly, E.
Year: 1994
Title: Relationship centered counseling: an integration of art and science.
City: New York
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 854
Author: Kennedy, M.; Lewin, L.
Year: 1996
Title: Self-determination
Place Published: Syracuse University
Pages: 1-2
Keywords: self-determination


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 405
Author: Keogh, B.K.
Year: 1999
Title: Reflections on a research career: one thing leads to another
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 65
Pages: 295-299


Reference Type: Personal Communication
Record Number: 855
Author: Kerka, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Learning disabilities and career development practice application brief no. 20
Date: April, 2002
Keywords: Learning, disabilities, career, development, practice, application
URL: http://ericacve.org/docs/pab00029.pdf


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 856
Author: Kerka, S.
Year: 2002
Title: Learning disabilities and career development
Publisher: ERIC
Number: 20
Pages: 1-9
Keywords: Learning, disabilities, career, development, practice, application


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 857
Author: Kerka, Sandra
Year: 2002
Title: Learning disabilities and career development. practice application brief no. 20
City: Columbus, OH
Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education
Abstract: The lifelong process of career development poses special challenges for people with learning disabilities (LD). Literature on employment issues for adults with LD frames on-the-job problems in terms of individual deficits or recasts the issues as a function of the significant societal barriers faced by those who do not fit the norm. Research on high school and college students with LD shows a multifaceted career development program is needed. Many lacked clear understanding of their disability and its impact on career choices and ability to perform a job; many youth with LD had unrealistic or no career ambitions; and a large number were not actively engaged in career development and believed they had little control over career decision making. A model for career success of adults with LD is comprised of these seven factors: internal decisions (powerful desire to succeed, clear sense of goal orientation, reframing the LD experience) and external manifestations (persistence, goodness of fit, learned creativity, social network providing support). Practices to assist persons with LD gain and maintain employment are accurate self knowledge; world-of-work knowledge; self-efficacy enhancement; self-advocacy skills; job search skills; and development of personal qualities. Programs illustrating them are Pathways to Satisfaction; Fashion Institute of Technology career development support for students with LD; and Life Development Institute's SCANS-based transition-to-postsecondary program. (Contains 14 references.) (YLB)
URL: http://www.edrs.com/Webstore/Download.cfm?ID=691691&CFID=551398&CFTOKEN=64801783


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 858
Author: Keyes, Maureen W.; Owens-Johnson, Laura
Year: 2003, January
Title: Developing person-centered ieps
Journal: Intervention in School & Clinic
Volume: 38
Issue: 3
Pages: 145-152
Abstract: Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs) must be renewed and reused at least annually as stipulated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Reauthorization of IDEA in 1997 included specific requirements for students with disabilities and their families to become full,edged participants on IEP teams. The change signaled a movement from an institution-centered to a person-centered approach. This article outlines person-centered planning (PCP) methods to assist parents and professionals in this process. First, we offer a brief review of literature summarizing parents' and professionals' opinions about the value of the lEE Then, two methods of person-centered planning are explained and illustrated via two case studies. We describe our uses of PCP methods for IEPs and finally conclude by suggesting ways that PCP methods may improve the overall outcomes for students in special education programs.[ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 859
Author: Kiernan, William
Year of Conference: 2002
Title: Service integration trends, practices and challenges from a systemic perspective
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute: Coordination and Managements of Supports and Services...
Conference Location: Boston, MA
Publisher: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 406
Author: Kiess, H. & Bloomquist, D.
Year: 1985
Title: Psychological research methods: a conceptual approach
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 515
Author: Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Title: Impact of i


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 516
Author: KIm-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Title: Impact of internet and other transition support activities on the postsecondary education and employment outcomes of students with disabilities
Pages: 1-31
Keywords: postsecondary education, transition support activities, internet, employment outcomes,mentoring
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 860
Author: Kim-Rupnow, S.; Dowrick, P.; Burke, L.S.
Year: 2001
Title: Implications for improving access and
outcomes for individuals with disabilities in postsecondary distance education programs
Journal: American Journal of Distance Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 25-40
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1425
Author: Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon
Year: 2001
Title: An introduction to korean culture for rehabilitation services providers
Producer: A Rehabilitation Provider's Guide to Cultures of Foreign-Born Consumers
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 13
Keywords: Koreans, disability, rehabilitation
URL: http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/korea.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1676
Author: Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon; Dowrick, P.W.; Burke, L.
Year: 2001
Title: Trends in distance education: implications for improving access and outcome for individuals with disabilities in postsecondary educational programs
Journal: American Journal of Distance Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 25-40


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1675
Author: Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon; Burgstahler, Sheryl
Year: 2002
Title: Impact of the internet on higher education and employment outcome of students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 51
Author: Kim-Rupnow, W.S., Dowrick, P.W. & Burke, L.S.
Year: in press
Title: Trends in distance education: implications for improving access and outcome for individuals with disabilities in postsecondary programs
Journal: American Journal of Distance Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1963
Author: King, M. L., & Rentel, V.M.
Year: 1981
Title: Research update: conveying meaning in written texts
Journal: Language Arts
Volume: 58
Pages: 721-728


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1964
Author: Kirk, S.A.
Year: 1962
Title: Educating exceptional children
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 861
Author: Kitchin, R.
Year: 2000
Title: The researched opinions on research: disabled people and disability research
Pages: 25-47


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 116
Author: Knackendoffel, A., Robinson, S.M., Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1992
Title: Collaborative problem solving
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 117
Author: Knitzer, J., Steinberg, Z., & Fleisch, B.
Year: 1990
Title: At the schoolhouse door: an examination of programs and policies for children with emotional and behavioral problems
City: New York
Publisher: Bank Street College of Education


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 118
Author: Knoll, J.A. & Obi, S.C.
Year: 1997
Title: An analysis of inclusive education in eastern kentucky: final project report
City: Kentucky
Publisher: Morehead State University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1426
Author: Kober, Nancy
Year: 2001
Title: It takes more than testing: closing the achievement gap
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Center on Education Policy
Pages: 1-56
Date: April, 2001
Keywords: academic preparation
African American
CLD
Hispanic American
Poverty
Abstract: African American and Hispanic American students tend to score significantly lower on standardized tests than Asian Americans and Whites – and this "achievement gap" is evident even in the preschool years. This report provides background information about the achievement gap and explains why it is important to address it; analyzes the gap on various tests and summarizes trends in the gap over time; reviews the main factors proposed by researchers to explain the gap and outlines the leading strategies for closing it; and describes for policy makers how to evaluate strategies for closing the gap and discusses why a comprehensive approach is needed.
URL: http://www.ctredpol.org/improvingpublicschools/closingachievementgap.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1828
Author: Kochhar, C.A.; West, L.L.
Year: 1995
Title: Future directions for federal legislation affecting transition services for individuals with special needs
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 17
Issue: 3
Pages: 85-93


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1427
Author: Kodama, Corinne Maekawa; McEwen, Marylu K.; Liang, Christopher T.H.; Lee, Sunny
Year: 2001
Title: A theoretical examination of psychosocial issues for asian pacific american students
Journal: NASPA Journal
Volume: 38
Issue: 4
Pages: 411-437
Date: Summer
Keywords: Asian Pacific Americans, psychosocial, students


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 408
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1993
Title: Best practices in transition: substantiated or implied?
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 16
Pages: 107-121


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 409
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1993
Title: Serving students with disabilities in postsecondary education settings: a conceptual model of program outcomes
University: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 119
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1994
Title: A taxonomy for transition programming
City: Champaign, University of Illinois
Publisher: Transition Research Institute


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 122
Author: Kohler, P.D., DeStefano, L., Wermuth, T., Grayson, T. & McGinty, S.
Year: 1994
Title: An analysis of exemplary transition programs: how and why they are selected?
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 17
Pages: 187-202


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 123
Author: Kohler, P.D. & Rusch, F.R.
Year: 1994
Title: Promoting employment for youths in transition: outcomes, activities, and indicators
City: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Publisher: Transition Research Institute


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 411
Author: Kohler, P.D., Field, S., Izzo, M., Johnson, J.
Year: 1994
Title: A workshop series for educators and transition service providers: transition from school to life
Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 120
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1996
Title: Taxonomy for transition programming: linking research and practice
City: Champaign, University of Illinois
Publisher: Transition Research Institute


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 407
Author: Kohler, P.D. & Rusch, F.R.
Year: 1996
Title: Secondary educational programs and transition perspectives
Editor: Wang, M.C., Reynolds, M.C., & Walberg, H.J.
Book Title: Handbook of special and remedial education: Research and practice
City: Oxford, NY
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Pages: 107-130


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 121
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1998
Title: Implementing a transition perspective of education: a comprehensive approach to planning and delivering secondary education and transition services
Editor: F.R. Rausch, J.G. Chadsey
Book Title: Beyond high school: Transition from school to work
City: Belmont, CA
Publisher: Wadsworth publishing
Pages: 179-205


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 410
Author: Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1999
Title: Facilitating successful student transitions from school to adult life: analysis of oklahoma policy & system support strategies
Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 514
Author: Kohler, Paula D.; Chapman, Saul
Year: 1999
Title: Literature review on school-to-work transition
City: Champaign
Pages: 1-30
Date: March 1999
Keywords: school-to work, transition
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 862
Author: Kohler, P.D.; Chapman, S.
Year: 1999
Title: Literature review on school-to-work transition
City: Champaign
Institution: University of Illinios
Keywords: literature; review


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1428
Author: Kohler, Paula D.; Chapman, Saul
Year: 1999
Title: Literature reivew on school-to-work transition
City: Champaign
Institution: Transition Research Institute, University of Illinois


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1429
Author: Koretz, Daniel; Russell, Michael; Shin, Chingwei David; Horn, Cathy; Shasby, Kelly
Year: 2002
Title: Testing and diversity in postsecondary education: the case of california
Journal: Education Policy Analysis Archives
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-39
Keywords: diversity, postsecondary, admissions
Abstract: The past several years have seen numerous efforts to scale back or eliminate affirmative action in postsecondary admissions. In respnse, policymakers and postsecondary institutions in many states are searching for ways to maintain the diversity of student populations without resorting to a prohibited focus on race. In response to these changes, this study used data from California and a simplified model of the University of California admissions process to explore how various approaches to admissions affect the diversity of the admitted student population. "Race-neutral" admissions based solely on test scores and grades were cmopared with the results of actual admissions before and after the elimination of affirmative action. A final sete of analyses explored the effects on diversity of alternative approaches that take into account factors other than grades and scores, but not race or ethnicity. Replacing the former admissions process that included preferences with a race-neutral model based solely on GPA and SAT-I scores substantially reduced minority representation at the two most selective UC campuses but had much smaller effects at the other six, less selective campuses. SAT-I scores contributed to but were not the sole cause of the underrepresentation of African American and Hispanic students. A race-neutral model based solely on GPA also produced an underrepresentation of minorities, albeit a less severe one. None of the alternative admissions models analyzed could replicatae the composition of the student population that was in place before the termination of affirmative action in California. The only approach that substantially increased the representation of minority students was accepting most students on the basis of within-school rather than statewide rankings, and this approach caused a sizable drop in both the average SAT scores and the average GPA of admitted applicants, particularly among African American and Hispanic students. Although admissions systems differ, the basic findings of this study are likely to apply at a general level to many universities and underscore the difficulty of providing proportional representation for underserved minority students at highly selective institution with explicit preferences.
URL: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v10n1/


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 125
Author: Kortering, L.J., Hess, R.S., & Braziel, P.M.
Year: 1996
Title: School dropouts
Editor: Minke, G. Baer & K.
Book Title: Best practices in school psychology
City: Bethesda, MD
Publisher: Natl. Assoc. of School Psychologists


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 124
Author: Kortering, L.J. & Braziel, P.M.
Year: 1998
Title: School dropout among youth with and without learning disabilities
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 34
Pages: 61-72


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 412
Author: Kortering, L. & Edgar, E.
Year: 1998
Title: Special education and rehabilitation: a need for cooperation
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 31
Pages: 178-184


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 863
Author: Kosub, M.; Peele, T.
Year: 2002
Title: American education research association
Magazine: Education Research
Volume: 31
Issue Number: 2
Pages: 1-48
Date: March, 2002
Keywords: Education, research


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 864
Author: Kram, K.E., & Isabella, L.A.
Year: 1985
Title: Mentoring alternatives
Journal: Academy of Management Journal
Volume: 28d
Issue: 1
Pages: 110-132
Date: 1992
Keywords: mentoring, alternatives, relationship, career, and development


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 413
Author: Kratochwill, T.R. & Levin, J.R.
Year: 1992
Title: Single-case research design and analysis: new directions for psychology and education
City: Hillsdale, N.J.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 414
Author: Kraus, L.E., Stoddard, S., & Gilmartin, D.
Year: 1996
Title: Chartbook on disability in the united states, 1996. an inhouse report
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 2023
Author: Kravets, M.; Wax, I.F.
Year: 1999
Title: The k & w guide to colleges for students with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders: a resource for students, parents, and professionals
City: New York, NY
Publisher: Princeton Review Publishing, L.L.C.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 865
Author: Kregel, J.
Year: 1999
Title: Why it pays to hire workers with developmental disabilities
Journal: Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Volume: 14
Issue: 3
Date: Fall, 1999
Keywords: pays, hire, workers, developmental, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 866
Author: Kridl, B.; Livingston, A.
Year: 2001
Title: The condition of education 2001
Journal: National Center for Education Statistics
Pages: i-vii
Date: 2001
Keywords: condition, education, 2001


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1430
Editor: Kroeger, Sue; Schuck, Judy
Year: 1993
Title: Responding to disability issues in student affairs
Series Title: New Directions for Student Services
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
Volume: 64
Abstract: Contents: Beyond Ramps: New Ways of Viewing Access, Students' Rights and Responsibilities, Transition to Higher Education, Creating Positive Outcomes for Students with Disabilities, Essential Elements in Effective Service Delivery, Students with Learning Disabilities, Disabled Students of Color, Assistive Computer Technology: Opening New Doorways, Moving Ahead: Issues, Recommendations, and Conclusions, and Resource Guide: A Compendium of Literature and Organizations.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1431
Author: Kronick, Nancy
Year: 1991
Title: Cross-cultural transition: an exigent topic for study
Editor: McNair, J.; Kronick, N.
Book Title: Issues in transition
City: San Bernandino
Publisher: California State University
Pages: 11-19
Keywords: At-risk, disability, minority, transition, models


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 30
Author: Krueger, R.A.
Year: 1988
Title: Focus groups: a practical guide for applied research
City: Newbury Park, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 31
Author: Krueger, R.A.
Year: 1998
Title: Analyzing and reporting focus group results.
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 32
Author: Krueger, R.A.
Year: 1998
Title: Developing questions for focus groups
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 33
Author: Krueger, R.A. & King, J.A.
Year: 1998
Title: Involving community members in focus groups.
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 415
Author: Kundu, M.M.
Year: 1995
Title: Implementation of rehabilitation counselor training programs at historically black colleges and universities
Editor: S. Walker, L.A. Turner, M. Haile-Michael, A. Vincent, & M.D. Miles
Book Title: Disability and diversity: New leadership for a new era
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: PCEPD & HURTC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 128
Author: Kurtz, P.D. & Hicks-Coolick, A.
Year: 1997
Title: Preparing students with learning disabilities for success in postsecondary education: needs and services
Journal: Social Work in Education
Volume: 19
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-42


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 867
Author: Ladkin, Adele
Year: 2000
Title: Vocational education and food and beverage experience: issues for career development
Journal: International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management
Volume: 12
Issue: 4
Pages: 226-233
Abstract: The research presented here examines the use of vocational education and food and beverage experience in the development of a hotel manager's career. To achieve this aim, the paper begins by introducing the concept of career development. This is followed by an outline of the current debate surrounding the shifting emphasis from craft to managerial skills training. Next, a range of findings from a study of the career paths of hotel managers in the UK is presented. These include the role of vocational education in career development, and experience in the food and beverage function as a recognised career track to general management. The study indicates the prevalence of vocational education as a starting point for managers' careers, and illustrates that, despite calls from industry for increased management training, traditional food and beverage experience is still important for a career in the hospitality industry. The implications of these findings for career development are discussed.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 868
Author: Laird, B.
Year: 2002
Title: Advancing post secondary educational opportunities for people with developmental disabilities
Producer: Human Resources Development Canada BC Association for Community Living Langley Association for Community Living
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: March, 2002
Keywords: advancing, post secondary, educational, opportunities, developmental, disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 869
Author: Lamb, Margaret
Year: 2002
Title: Preliminary findings on a college success class for students with disabilities.
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES), University of Hawaii at Manoa
Keywords: self-advocacy, self-determination
Notes: Not in our library.
URL: www.rrtc.hawaii.edu


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1677
Author: Lamb, Peg
Year: 2002
Title: The role of the rehabilitation counselor in transitioning youth with disabilities to postsecondary education and employment
City: Holt
Institution: Bridges: A collaborative Transition Model Connecting a High School and a Community College, Holt HIgh School


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1678
Author: Lamb, Peg
Year: 2002
Title: Preliminary findings on a college success class for students with disabilities
City: Holt
Institution: Bridges: A Collaboratice Transition Model Connecting a High School and a Community College, Holt High School


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 418
Author: LaPlante, M.P. & Julianna, C.
Year: 1993
Title: Disability in the states, disability statistics abstract #6. disability statistics program
City: Washington, DC
Institution: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1432
Author: LaPlante, M.P.; Julianna, C.
Year: 1993
Title: Disability in the states (disability statistics abstract No. 6)
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Disability Statistics Program, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 417
Author: LaPlante, M.P. & Carlson, D.
Year: 1996
Title: Disability in the united states: prevalence and causes, 1992
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Disability Statistics Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, Institute for Health and Aging, University of California


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2024
Author: Lathum, P.H.; Lathum, P.S.; Nadeau, K.S.; Quinn, P.O.; Richard, M.M
Year: n.d.
Title: Attention deficit disorder in college: faculty and student partners in education
Producer: National Center for Law and Learning Disabilities
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
URL: http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary/adhd_and_college.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 419
Author: Law, M.
Year: 1991
Title: The environment: a focus for occupational therapy
Journal: Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy
Volume: 58
Pages: 171-179


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1433
Author: Lawson, Quentin; Humphrey, Leah; Wood-Garnett, Stephanie; Fearn, Kayte; Welch, Charity; Greene-Bryant, Betty; Avoke, Selete
Year: 2002
Title: Addressing over-prepresentation of african american students in special education
City: Arlington
Institution: Council for Exceptional Children
Keywords: african americans, special education,overrepresentation
Abstract: Although IDEA provides support for administrators who wish to tackle the issue of overrepresentation of African American students in special education, it stops short of prescribing what an administrator might do to intervene. Addressing over-representation of African American students in special education: The prefeferral intervention process fills that void by describing promising approaches that researchers and experienced practitioners recommend may be undertaken to prevent the over-representation of African American students.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 420
Author: Lazzaro, J.J.
Year: 1993
Title: Adaptive technologies for learning and work environments
City: Chicago, IL
Publisher: American Library Association


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 421
Author: Leach, L. & Harmon, A.
Year: 1992
Title: Annotated bibliography on secondary special education and transitional services volume 10
Institution: Transition Research Institute at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 870
Author: Leadership, The Institute for Educational
Year: 1998
Title: The measure of success: what are the policy implications of the new national indicators of child well-being?
City: Washington,D.C.
Publisher: The Institute for Educational Leadership
Keywords: policy, implications


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 871
Author: Leahman, J.P.; Davies, T.G.; Laurin, K.M.
Year: 2000
Title: Listening to students' voices about postsecondary education
Journal: TEACHING Exceptional Children
Volume: 32
Issue: 5
Pages: 60-65
Notes: We don't have this one yet


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 873
Author: Leake, D.; Stodden, R.A.
Title: Strengthening idea to improve post-school for youth with disabilities of culturally and linguistically diverse (cld) heritage
Pages: 1-8
Keywords: strengthening, IDEA, improve, post-school, outcome, youth, disabilities, culturally, linguistically, diverse, transition


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 422
Author: Leake, D.W., & Stodden, R.A.
Year: 1995
Title: Shifting paradigms to natural supports: a practical response to a crisis in developmental disabilities services
Editor: Greenspan, O. Karan & S.
Book Title: Reexamining the role of rehabilitation professionals: Preparing for the new emphasis on community services
City: Andover, MD
Publisher: Andover Medical


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1434
Author: Leake, David M.P.H., Ph.D.; Stodden, Robert A. Ph.D.
Year: 2002
Title: Strengthening idea to improve post-school outcomes for youth with disabilities of culturally and linguistically diverse (cld) heritage
City: Honolulu
Institution: Center on Disability Studies/University Center for Excellence
Abstract: The reauthorization process currently underway for the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 1997 provides an opportunity for updating and improving this landmark legislation in order to achieve better outcomes for children and youth with disabilities. This policy briefly addresses the complex and critical issues of supporting youth with disabiites to achieve success as they transition from high school, with a focus on those of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) heritage who tend to face the greatest barriers.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 872
Author: Leake, David
Year of Conference: July, 2002
Title: Self-determination and culturally and linguistically diverse youth with disabilities.
Conference Name: National Policy Summit: Preparation for and Support of Youth with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education and Employment.
Conference Location: Washington D.C.
Publisher: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports
Keywords: self-determination, culturally diverse
URL: http://www.ncset.hawaii.edu/Summit_Briefs/index.html#A1


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2025
Author: Learning Project at WETA
Year: 2002
Title: LD online: postsecondary education
Access Year: 6/24/03
URL: http://ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 423
Author: Lee, V. & Smith, I.
Year: 1994
Title: High school restructuring and student achievement
Journal: Issues in Restructuring School
Volume: 24
Pages: 21-45


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 424
Author: Lee, V.E. & Smith, J.B.
Year: 1995
Title: Effects of high school restructuring and size on gains in achievement and engagement for early secondary school students
City: Madison
Publisher: Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1435
Author: Lee, Benjamin
Year: 1995
Title: Toward the pursuit of independence and happiness
Journal: Journal of Navajo Education
Volume: 7
Issue: 2
Pages: 32-35
Keywords: Navajo, autobiography,
Abstract: In this article, the transcript of an address delivered in Spring, 1995. Benjamin Lee addresses seniors on the eye of their graduation from high school. In urging them to seize opportunities, he explains that a truly good life is created by charting worthy goals, overcoming obstacles, and striving to achieve one's plans.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 874
Author: Lee, Barbara A.
Year: 1996
Title: Legal requirements and employer responses to accommodating employees with disabilities
Journal: Human Resource Management Review
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Pages: 231-251


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1436
Author: Lee, Lee C.
Year: 1998
Title: An overview
Editor: Lee, L.C.; Zane, N.W.
Book Title: Handbook of Asian American psychology
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage
Pages: 1-20
Keywords: Asian Americans, psychosocial, transition
Abstract: Lee provides a historical overview of the Asian American experience including current events and recent demographic data. Since 1760, the flow of Asian immigrants to American has not stopped. Though seen as the model minority, consequences of this image has excluded them from entitlement programs such as affirmative action. For youth who fail to uphold this expectation in school, there have been psychological consequences. In addition, their presence and achievements have been met with some resentment and intolerance, leading towards anti-Asian violence. The reality is that according to the 1990 U.S. Census, Asian Americans had a poverty rate twice that of White Americans though less than other minority groups. Besides poverty, other issues that Asian Americans are dealing with are psychological trauma, work-related stress, and domestic violence.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 875
Author: Lee, Barbara A.
Year: 2000
Title: Reasonable accommodation under the ada
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: July, 2000
Keywords: reasonable, accommodtions, ADA


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1437
Author: Lee, Guang-Lea; Manning, M Lee
Year: 2001
Title: Working with asian parents and families
Journal: Multicultural Education
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 23-25
Date: Fall


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1438
Author: Lee, Wynetta Y.
Year: 2002
Title: Culture and institutional climate: influences on diversity in higher education
Journal: The Review of Higher Education
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 359-368
Date: Spring
Keywords: diversity, culture


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1439
Author: Lee, Wynetta Y.; Scott, Ricky
Year: 2002
Title: Still i rise: race, culture and disability in graduate education
Institution: North Carolina State University
Keywords: Disabilities, African American, Afrocentric, mentoring
Abstract: This paper focuses on the case of a student who manages to successfully pursue a postsecondary education to attain a terminal degree at a large university and become a university professor while at the same time managing the effects of culture, race, and disability. The student is involved in the Preparing the Professoriate (PTP) Program which provides the graduate student with practical experiences for preparing to be college professors. The educational support factors noted in the paper for determining success included: 1) being competitive and achievement oriented; 2) self-advocating for self (understanding the culture of the institution and knowing own personal ability); 3) having family support (despite having a child with a disability, African American families have high aspirations and expectations for them); 4) having parental involvement (parents who are involved in student's schooling and who have a warm parent-child relationship have children who are more academically successful); and 5) having positive teacher expectations (when teachers expect students to be successful, the students perform better). According to the protégée, factors that successfully impacted the protegee's mentoring experience included: 1) access to the mentoring faculty member, 2) positive interpersonal relationship between mentor and protégée, and 3) critical and positive feedback. According to the mentor, mentoring is key to the academic success of African American students in college, including those with disabilities. From the mentor's perspective, factors that contributed to success include: 1) personal history (the student operated form an Afrocentric perspective - all parts support the whole and the whole supports all of its parts); 2) internal motivation; 3) tenacity or persistence to excel; 4) pleasing personality that benefits interactions between mentor and protégée; and for the mentor - focus on the student's abilities.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1440
Author: Lehmann, Jean P.; Davies, Timothy Gray; Laurin, Kathleen M.
Year: 2000
Title: Listening to student voices about postsecondary education
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 32
Issue: 5
Pages: 60-65
Date: May/June 2000
Keywords: postsecondary
Abstract: A group of 35 college students with varying disabilities participated in a focus group to discuss their personal and academic needs, their support needs, barriers to their success, and their visions for the future. Four themes emerged for student barriers: 1) lack of understanding and acceptance concerning disabilities in general, and their disabilities in particular by fellow students, staff, faculty, and people in general; 2) lack of adequate services to assist in tackling academic and nonacademic responsibilities; 3) lack of sufficient financial resources, and knowledge of how to acquire them, to live a more self-sufficient life; and 4) lack of self-advocacy skills and training to live independently. Despite there barriers, students were positive and confident about their future. Some tips for eliminating these barriers included asking students to conduct workshops that describe their disabilities to faculty and staff, evaluating transportation availability to campus and on campus, identifying potential financial resources for students, and role-playing with students ways of communicating to college faculty about students' disability and learning needs.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1965
Author: Leong, C.K.
Year: 1992
Title: Enhancing reading comprehension with text to speech (dectalk) computer system
Journal: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Volume: 4
Pages: 205-217


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1966
Author: Leong, C.K.
Year: 1995
Title: Effects of on-line reading and simultaneous dectalk auding in helping below-average and poor readers comprehend and summarize text
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 101-116


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 425
Author: Letechipia, J.E.
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Center for assistive and rehabilitative technology network
Conference Name: RESNA '98 Proceedings: The state of the Arts and Science
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1859
Author: Leuking, Richard; Certo, Nicholas J.
Year: 2002
Title: Integrating service systems at the point of transition for youth with significant disabilities: a model that works
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Keywords: transition, model, service integration, implication, case study
URL: http://www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=705


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1853
Author: Leuking, Richard; Mooney, Marianne
Year: 2002, December
Title: Tapping employment opportunities for youth with disabilities by engaging effectively with employers
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June12
Keywords: perspectives, implications, strategies, employment, employers
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=716


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1857
Author: Leuking, Richard; Crane, Kelli; Mooney, Marianne
Year: 2002, December
Title: Addressing the transition needs of youth with disabilities through wia system
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June12
Keywords: one-stop centers, non-discriminatory, WIA, youth with disabilities
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=703


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 876
Author: Leutz, Walter N.
Year: 1999
Title: Five laws for intergrating medical and social services: lessons from the united states and the united kingdom
Journal: Milbank Quarterly
Volume: 77
Issue: 1
Pages: 3
Date: Spring 1999
Label: MJ
Keywords: medical; social; services; U.S.; U.K.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 426
Author: Levin, H.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Special issue
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 63
Issue: 3


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 427
Author: Levine, P. & Edgar, G.
Year: 1995
Title: An analysis by gender of long-term postschool outcomes for youth with and without disabilities
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 61
Issue: 3
Pages: 282-300


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1838
Author: Levinson, E.M.
Year: 1986
Title: School psychology and college learning disabled students: training and service possibilities
Journal: Psychology in the Schools
Volume: 23
Pages: 295-302


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2026
Author: Levinson, E.M.
Year: 1998
Title: Transition from high school to college for students with learning disabilities
Journal: High School Journal
Volume: 82
Issue: 1
Pages: 62-69


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 428
Author: Lewin, K.
Year: 1946
Title: Action-research and minority problems
Journal: Journal of Social Issues
Volume: 2
Pages: 34-46


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 877
Author: Lewis, Laurie; Farris, E.
Year: 1999
Title: An institutional perspective on students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Washington D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Pages: 75 pg
Date: 1999 August
Keywords: statistical analysis report


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1441
Author: Lewis, Laurie; Farris, Elizabeth; Greene, Bernie
Year: 1999
Title: An institutional perspective on students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics
Pages: 1-5
Date: August


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 129
Author: Lichtenstein, S. & Blackorby, J.
Year: 1995
Title: Who drops out and what happens to them?
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 18
Pages: 1-5


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 429
Author: Liebert, D., Lutsky, L., & Gottlieb, A.
Year: 1990
Title: Postsecondary experiences of young adults with severe physical disabilities
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 57
Pages: 56-58


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1442
Author: Liebert, Diane; Lutsky, Larry; Gottlieb, Amy
Year: 1990
Title: Postsecondary experiences of young adults with severe physical disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 57
Issue: 1
Pages: 56-63
Date: September 1990
Call Number: LC3951.E9
Keywords: Postsecondary
Abstract: A follow-up study was conducted with 106 graduates of a special school for young adults with severe physical disabilities to examine their educational, employment, and community adjustment outcomes. Ninety-seven percent of the respondents were Caucasian and most had continued with further training programs or college. Most felt inadequately prepared for college and thought they would have benefited from being exposed to non-disabled peers. Some felt the need to have intensive guidance counseling particularly for job placement. Personal networks were used the most to find jobs but those who utilized the State Office of Vocational Rehabilitation were more likely to be employed than those who did not. Further, those who were employed felt that their greater determination made them successful compared to those who were unemployed. Personal characteristics and services received seemed to be more important in determining employment status than did education and socialization. Having transportation available also seemed to be significant in helping graduates to find and maintain their jobs. It was found that work experience did not affect employment outcomes but that type of work experience may be more important.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 430
Author: Light, J.
Year: 1998
Title: The mentor project: exemplary practices for developing supportive mentor-protege relationships via the internet for people with significant physical and speech disabilities
Journal: www.naric.com


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 39
Author: Lillie, Timothy
Year: 1994
Title: Stress, coping, and the family: comparing fathers and mothers of children with disabilities
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 383 137
Pages: 17


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 431
Author: Lincoln, Y. & Guba, E.
Year: 1985
Title: Naturalistic inquiry
City: Beverly Hills, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 432
Author: Lindle, J.
Year: 1994
Title: Kentucky's reform opens doors to family involvement
Journal: Dimensions of Early Childhood
Volume: 22
Pages: 20-22


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 878
Author: Linton, S.
Year: 1995
Title: Special education law
City: White Plains
Publisher: Longman Publishers


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 879
Author: Lipsky, D.K. ; Gartner, A.
Year: 1999
Title: Inclusive education: a requirement of a democratic society
Editor: Daniels, H.; Garner, P.
Book Title: Inclusive Education
City: London
Publisher: Kogan Page
Pages: 12-23
Series Editor: Jones, C.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 9
Author: Little, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Face of the beast
Journal: The Journal for Minority Medical Students
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Pages: 26-30, cont. 72


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 433
Author: Littlejohn, R. & Awalt, M.
Year: 1998
Title: How problem-based learning differs from other instructional strategies
Journal: www.belmont.edu/Humanities/Philosophy/PBL/PBLBU.home.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2027
Author: Lock, R.H.
Year: 2001
Title: Succeeding in postsecondary ed through self-advocacy
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 34
Issue: 2
Pages: 66-71


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1443
Author: Lockwood, Anne Turnbaugh; Secada, Walter G.
Year: 1999
Title: Transforming education for hispanic youth: exemplary practices, programs, and schools
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education, Center for the Study of Language and Education, Graduate School of Education & Human Development, The George Washington University
Pages: 1-106
Date: January
Keywords: diversity, hispanic youth, dropouts, equality, postsecondary


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 880
Author: Loftin, M.M.; Koehler, W.S.
Year: 1998
Title: Proactive strategies for managing the behavior of children with neurodegenerative diseases and visual impairment
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Pages: 55-62
Date: January 1998
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; strategies; neurodegenerative; visual


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 130
Author: Loveless, T.
Year: 1994
Title: The influence of subject areas on middle school tracking policies
Journal: Research in Sociology of Education and Socialization
Volume: 10
Pages: 147-175


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 434
Author: Lovie-Kitchen, J.
Year: 1991
Title: The challenge of problem-based learning
Editor: Feletti, D. Boud & G.
Book Title: Becoming a Problem-Based Tutor: Increasing Self-Awareness through Faculty Development
City: New York
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages: 160-172


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 435
Author: Lovitt, T.C.
Year: 1991
Title: Preventing school dropouts, tactics for at-risk, remedial, and mildly handicapped adolescents
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Promotional Edition


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1444
Author: Lowrey, L.
Year: 1983
Title: Bridging a culture in counseling
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 14
Issue: 1
Pages: 69-73
Abstract: The differing approaches to treatment of Western medical and rehabilitation professionals and Navajo medicine men/women were discussed in this article. It was concluded that: (a) contemporary theories and techniques of counseling will have limited benefit in working with traditional or even acculturated Navajos; and (b) Anglo counselors would require substantial training in the language, culture, and values of Navajo people, as well as be acutely aware of their own Anglo culture, to be effective in working with Navajo clients. The author recommended that, ideally, Navajo people would be available to counsel Navajo clients.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 436
Author: Lowrey, L.
Year: 1987
Title: Rehabilitation relevant to culture and disability
Journal: journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Volume: 69
Pages: 162-164


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1188
Author: Ltd., Qualitative Solutions and Research Pty.
Year: 1997
City: Melbourne
Publisher: Qualitative Solutions and Research


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2028
Author: Lucas, T.
Year: 1999
Title: Promoting secondary school transition for immigrant adolescents
Journal: High School Magazine
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Pages: 40-41


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2029
Author: Luckose, S.
Year: 2000
Title: The transition to college for students with disabilities in new york state
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 23
Pages: 223-235


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 437
Author: Ludy, R. & Blunt, M.
Year: 1995
Title: Assistive technology resources: building bridges for institutions of higher education
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 380 016


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1445
Author: Lue, Martha S.; Green, Cheryl E.
Year: 2001
Title: No easy walk: african-american educators coping with their own children with special needs
Editor: Ford, B.A.
Book Title: Multiple voices for ethnically diverse exceptional learners
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: Council for Exceptional Children
Pages: 30-40
Keywords: african american, disability


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 438
Author: Luebben, A.J.
Year: 1996
Title: A technology curriculum strand
Editor: Langton, A.
Book Title: Exploring new horizons. Pioneering the 21st Century
City: Arlington, VA
Publisher: RESNA Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1446
Author: Luecking, Richard G.; Fabian, Ellen S.
Year: 2000
Title: Paid internships and employment success for youth in transition
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 205-221
Date: Fall
Keywords: post-school, disability, employment, internship
Abstract: This article presents information on the characteristics and post-school outcomes of youth who participated in the Marriott Foundation's Bridges...from school to work internship program at seven national sites from 1993 to 1997. A comprehensive database of 3,024 participants was analyzed to determine the extent to which participant and programmatic variables predict post-school employment status at 6, 12, and 18 month follow-up intervals. Neither gender, race, or primary disability made a significant difference in employment status at six months post-internship. Work behaviors during the internship were highly predictive of post-school employment at 6 and 12 month follow-up intervals. A disparity between disability groups and racial categories was noted in post-school employment rates the further out from school exit. The implications of this program model and these findings for future research and practice are discussed.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 881
Author: Luecking, R.; Murphy, S.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Postsecondary options for young adults with intensive support needs
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 10


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 882
Author: Luecking, R.G.
Year: 2002
Title: Doing it the company way: employer perspective on workplace supports
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-26
Date: 2002
Keywords: Company, way, employer, perspectives, workplace, supports


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 52
Author: Luethe-Stahlman, B.
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Long distance education at the university of kansas, in: coming together: preparing for rural special education in the 21st century
Conference Name: American Council on rural special education
Conference Location: Charleston, S.C.


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 883
Author: Luetke-Stalman, B.
Year: 1998
Title: Long distance education at the university of kansas
Secondary Title: Coming Together: Preparing for rural special education in the 21st Century
Place Published: Charleston, SC
Publisher: Conference Proceedings of the American Council on Rural Special Education
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 884
Author: Luke, R.
Year: 2000
Title: Accessability: enabling technology for life long learning inclusion in an electronic clasroom
Journal: Educational Technology & Society
Volume: 5
Issue: 1
Pages: 8p
Date: 2000
Keywords: accessability, enabling, technology, life long, learning, inclusion, electronic, classroom


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1447
Author: Lukose, Sara
Year: 2000
Title: The transition to college for students with disabilities in new york state
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 32
Issue: 2
Pages: 223-235
Date: Fall 2000
Keywords: transition
Abstract: The study in this article determines the type and degree of assistance offered, and gauages how high school counselors could better serve college-bound students. Special educators must reconcile the inherent conflict between advocating for, and teaching advocacy skills to students. Typically, public school educators are more likely to make the link with postsecondary institutions on behalf of students than to monitor students' initiative in making the link. High schools should not only make explicit use of current resources in the form of curricula, guides, and manuals that teach student self-advocacy, but follow these pedagogical strategies with planned opportunities for students to practice emerging skills.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 885
Author: Lundin, J.; Dronek, M.
Year: 1990
Title: Program guidelines for individuals who are deaf-blind.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1967
Author: Luttinger, J. & Gertner, M.
Year: 2001
Title: Learning disorder: written expression
URL: http://www.emedicine.com


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 8
Author: Lynch, E.W. & Hanson, M.J.
Year: 1992
Title: Developing cross-cultural competence: a guide for working with young children and their families
City: MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 439
Author: Lynch, R. & Gussel, L.
Year: 1996
Title: Disclosure and self-advocacy regarding disability-related need: strategies to maximize integration in post-secondary education
Journal: Journal of Counseling and Development
Volume: 74
Pages: 352-357


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 887
Author: Lynch, Ruth Torkelson; Gussel, Lori
Year: 1996
Title: Disclosure and self-advocacy regarding disability-related needs: strategies to maximize intergration in postsecondary education
Journal: Journal of Counseling & Development
Volume: 74
Issue: March/April
Pages: 352-357
Date: March/April 1996
Keywords: disclosure;self-advocacy; intergration


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 2030
Author: Lynch, R.K.; Lynch, R.T.
Year: 1997
Title: Pursuing postsecondary education or training
Editor: Harrington, T.F.
Book Title: Handbook of career planning for students with special needs
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed
Pages: 293-318
Edition: 2nd


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 886
Author: Lynch, E.W. ; Hanson, M.J.
Year: 1998
Title: Developing cross-cultural competence: a guide for working with young children and their families
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing
Notes: Kelly has a copy


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1448
Author: Lynch, Elanor; Hanson, Marci
Year: 1998
Title: Developing cross-cultural competence
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes
Number of Pages: 531
Edition: Second
ISBN: 1-55766-331-9
Keywords: Cultural, Families, Disabilities
Abstract: This book is an excellent guide for working with children and their families. It provides inside perspective from various ethnicities: Anglo-European, Native American, African American, Latino, Asian, Pilipino, Native Hawaiian, Samoan and Middle Eastern. It also provides helpful hints in explaining courtesies, customs, events, practices, and vocabulary.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1968
Author: Lyon, G., Fletcher, J., Shaywitz, S., Bennett, A., Shaywitz. B., Torgesen, J., Wood, F., & Olson, R.
Year: 2000
Title: Rethinking learning disabilities
URL: http://www.edexcellent.net/library/special_ed.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 131
Author: MacArthur, C.A., Schwartz, S., Graham, S., Molloy, D., & Harris, K.
Year: 1996
Title: Integration of strategy instruction into whole language classroom: a case study
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 11
Pages: 168-176


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 888
Author: Macleod-Gallinger, J.E.
Year: 1992
Title: The career status of deaf women
Journal: American Annals of the deaf
Volume: 137
Pages: 315-325
Keywords: career, status, deaf, women


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2031
Author: Madaus, J.W.; Madaus, M.M.R.
Year: 2001
Title: Effective practices for the documentation of learning disabilties at the postsecondary level
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 11
Pages: 31-35


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1449
Author: Madiros, Marilyn
Year: 1989
Title: Conception of childhood disability among mexican-american parents
Journal: Medical Anthropology
Volume: 12
Pages: 55-68


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 440
Author: Male, M.
Year: 1994
Title: Technology for inclusion. meeting the special needs of all students
City: Boston
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 132
Author: Malloy, W.
Year: 1997
Title: Responsible inclusion: celebrating diversity and academic excellence
Journal: Bulletin
Volume: 64
Pages: 80-85


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 441
Author: Mamea, T. & Skouge, J.
Year: 2000
Title: Providing supports through a uap: american samoa community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 16-17


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1679
Author: Mamea, T.; Skouge, James
Year: 2000
Title: Providing supports through a uap: american samoa community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 16-17


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 889
Author: Mamea, T.; Skouge, J.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Providing supports through a uap: american samoa community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 17


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 890
Author: Mancuso, L.L.
Year: 2000
Title: Employing and accommodating workers with psychiatric disabilities
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: June, 2000
Keywords: employing, accommodating, workers, psychiatric, disabilities


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 895
Author: Mank, D.M.
Title: Direct support in supported employment and its relation to job typicalness, coworker involvement, and employment outcomes
Pages: 12-21
Keywords: direct, support, employment, relations, coworker, involvement, outcome


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 896
Author: Mank, D.M.
Title: The impact of coworker involvement with supported employees on wage and integration outcome
Keywords: impact, coworder, involvement, employee, wage, integration, outcome


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 900
Author: Mank, D.M.; Yovanoff, P.
Title: An analysis of the typicalness of supported employment jobs, natural supports, and wage and integration outcomes
Pages: 1-42
Keywords: analysis, typicalness, supported, employment, supports, wage, integration, outcomes


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 901
Author: Mank, D.M.; Yovanoff, P.
Title: Fifteen years of supported employment: is there evidence of improvement in the quality of implementation?
Pages: 1-19
Keywords: 15 years, supported, employment, improvement, quality, implementation


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 902
Author: Mank, D.M.; Yovanoff, P.; Cioffi, Andrea
Title: Employment outcomes for people with severe disabilities: opportunities for improvement
Keywords: employment, outcomes, severe, disabilities, opportunities, improvementMank


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 891
Author: Mank, David
Year: 1996
Title: Evolving roles for employers and support personnel in the employment of people with severe disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 83-88
Date: 1996
Keywords: employers; support personnel; employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 897
Author: Mank, D.M.; Cioffi, Andrea; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1997
Title: Analysis of the typicalness of supported employment jobs, natural supports, and wage and integration outcomes
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 35
Issue: 3
Pages: 185-197
Date: June, 1997
Keywords: analysis, typicalness, supported, employment, supports, wage, integration, outcomes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 898
Author: Mank, D.M.; Cioffi, A.; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1997
Title: Patterns of supports for employees with severe disabilities
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 35
Issue: 6
Pages: 433-447
Date: December, 1997
Keywords: patterns, support, employees, severe, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 899
Author: Mank, D.M.; Cioffi, A.; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1998
Title: Employment outcomes for people with severe disabilities: opportunities for improvement
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 36
Issue: 3
Pages: 205-216
Date: June, 1998
Keywords: employment, outcomes, severe, disabilities, opportunities, improvement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 893
Author: Mank, D.; Cioffi, A.; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 1999
Title: Impact of coworker involvement with supported employees on wage and integration outcomes
Journal: Mental REtardation
Volume: 37
Issue: 5
Pages: 383-394
Date: October 1999
Keywords: impact, coworker, involvement, employees, wage, integration, outcomes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 894
Author: Mank, D.; Cioffi, A.; Yovanoff, P.
Year: 2000
Title: Direct support in supported employment and its relation to job typicalness, coworker involvement, and employment outcome
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 38
Issue: 6
Pages: 506-516
Date: December, 2000
Keywords: support, employment, relation, job, typicalness, coworker, involvement, outcomes


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 892
Author: Mank, David
Year of Conference: 2002, Spring
Title: Choice and control of employment for people with disabilities
Conference Name: Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Publisher: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition,
Notes: Dr. Mank sent in this paper for the CBI binder, but presented on different papers at the Institute.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 903
Author: Mar, Harvey
Year: 2000
Title: Assessment: context is the key
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 4-7
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 904
Author: Marcotte, D.E.
Title: Learning in the labor market: the changing importance of education and training after "formal" schooling ends (MDS-1275)
Producer: National Center for Research in Vocational Education
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 13
URL: http://vocserve.berkeley.edu/Summaries/1275sum.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2053
Author: Mardiros, Marilyn
Year: 1989
Title: Conception of childhood disability among mexican-american parents
Journal: Medical Anthropology
Volume: 12
Pages: 55-68
Keywords: disability, Mexican-Americans, Cultural perceptions, causes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 442
Author: Margolis, H.
Year: 1990
Title: Reading, writing, and thinking about practice: stereotyped images of disability in the popular press
Journal: Social Education
Volume: 54
Issue: 1
Pages: 28-30


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1450
Author: Marion, Roberts
Year: 1980
Title: Communicating with parents of culturally diverse exceptional children
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 46
Pages: 616-623
Keywords: communication, parental attitudes, sociocultural factors, cross cultural differences
Abstract: Parents of culturally diverse children express their anger and dismay over the treatment and lack of opportunities allotted to their gifted children within the school system. These parents express their concerns regarding the negative image they believe is being projected by the education system towards their children. Culturally diverse parents of both handicapped and gifted children express a need to feel as if they belong within the school system. These families are not well represented in the membership of parent organizations, often as a result of different socioeconomic status, cultural backgrounds, and interests. Professionals must learn to meet the needs of culturally diverse parents and their children by realizing these differences.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1451
Author: Markey, Ursula Arceneaux
Year: 2000
Title: Partnerships
Journal: Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions
Volume: 2
Issue: 3
Pages: 188-189, 192
Date: Summer, 2000
Keywords: Disabilities
Families
Participatory action research
Abstract: Describes a collaborative project of the Pyramid Parent Training resource center in New Orleans (where 62% of the population is African-American) and the Beach Center on Families and Disabilities at the University of Kansas. The project conducted participatory action research, using focus groups, to explore relationships between disability policies, partnerships between families and providers, partnerships bet, and quality of life for families with a member with a disability.
URL: http://www.beachcenter.org/files/turnbull.pdf


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 49
Author: Marks, J. & Schnapp, L
Year: 2000
Title: Project access, improved transition and retention for students with disabilities
Collection Title OSERS, Postsecondary education programs for individuals with disabilities publication CFDA84.078C
City: Washington, D.C.: US Dept of Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 905
Author: Marks, J.; Schanapp, L.
Year: 2000
Title: Project access, improved transition and retention for students with disabilities
City: Washinton, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education
Report Number: OSERS, Postsecondary Education Programs for Individuals with Disabilities publication CFDA84.078C
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1452
Author: Markus, H.R.; Kitayama, S.
Year: 1991
Title: Culture and self: implications for cognition, emotion, and motivation
Journal: Psychological Review
Volume: 98
Pages: 224-253


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 443
Author: Marrone, J.
Year: 1993
Title: Creating positive vocational outcomes for people with severe mental illness
Journal: Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal
Volume: 17
Pages: 103-116


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 906
Author: Marschark, M.
Year: 1993
Title: Psychological development of deaf children
City: New York
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Keywords: psychological; children


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 444
Author: Marshall, C., & Rossman, G.
Year: 1989
Title: Designing qualitative research
City: Newbury Park, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 445
Author: Marshall, C.A., Martin, W.E., Thomason, T.C., & Johnson
Year: 1991
Title: Multiculturalism and rehabilitation counselor training: recommendations for providing culturally appropriate counseling services to american indians with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Counseling and Development
Volume: 70
Pages: 225-234


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1969
Author: Marshall, C. & Ross, G.
Year: 1999
Title: Designing qualitative research
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 907
Author: Martin, J.E.; Huber-Marshall, Laura
Year: 1995
Title: Choicemaker: a comprehensive self-determination transition program
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Pages: 147-156
Date: January 1995
Notes: Available at EBSCO (through Voyager)


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1453
Author: Martin, James E; Marshall, Laura
Year: 1995
Title: Choicemaker: a comprehensive self-determination transition program
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Keywords: Self determination, Transition, Curriculum, IEP
Abstract: ChoiceMaker is a self-determination curriculum, assessment, and structional program. The curriculum consists of three sections: (1) choosing goals, (2) expressing goals, and (3) taking action. The assessment component is criterion-referenced self-determination transition assessment tool. The lesson packages provide the materials and instruction for teaching the goals and objective of the curriculum.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 446
Author: Martin, J.E. & Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1996
Title: A complete university course for special educators: transition from school to life
Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 908
Author: Matthews, Malcolm
Year: 1995
Title: Older people with dual sensory loss
Journal: Deafblind Education
Issue: January-June 1995
Pages: 21-22
Date: January - June 1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 909
Author: Matthews, Malcolm
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Elderly deafblindness
Conference Name: 3rd European Conference of Deafblind International's Acquired Deafblindness Network
Conference Location: Marcelli di Numana, Italy
Publisher: Deafblind International
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blindness; elderly


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 447
Author: McCarthy, H.
Year: 1986
Title: Making it in able-bodied america: career development in young adult with physical disabilities
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 17
Pages: 30-38


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 10
Author: McCrea, L.D.
Year: 1991
Title: A comparison between the perceptions of special educators and employers: what factors are critical for job success
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals (Retrieved from ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. EJ441330
Volume: 14
Pages: 121-130


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1454
Author: McCrimon, Audrey L.
Year: 2001
Title: The illinois department of rehabilitation services: a model for empowerment and service delivery
Producer: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: January 17
Keywords: rehabilitation
Empowerment
Abstract: The director of the Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services, Audrey McCrimon, discusses how she incorporates the culture and other traits of diverse persons with disabilities into their rehabilitative services. To make inclusion part of the organization, she suggests that actions need to be done internally and externally. The staff should include people who are representative of the minority cultures and they should be knowledgeable about the cultures as well. Further, the upper administration should be accessible and visible to employees and people they serve. As a director, she also recommends mentoring on an internal and external basis.
URL: http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/pubs/diverse/mccrimon.htm


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 133
Author: McDonnell, J.J., Hardman, M.L., McDonnell, A.P., & Kiefer-O'Donnell, R.
Year: 1995
Title: An introduction to persons with severe disabilities
City: Needham Heights, MA
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 448
Editor: McEvoy, M. & Vandercook, T.
Year: 1991
Title: Inclusive education
Series Title: Impact
Volume: 4 (2-3)


Reference Type: Magazine Article
Record Number: 910
Author: McEwan, H.; Little M.H.
Year: 2001
Title: Education perspectives
Magazine: Journal of the College/University of Hawaii, Manoa
Volume: 34
Issue Number: 2
Pages: 1-32
Date: 2001
Keywords: Education, perspectives


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 911
Author: McFarlin, D.B.; Song, J.; Sonntag, M.
Year: 1991
Title: Integrating the disabled into the work force: a survey of fortune 500 company attitudes and practices
Journal: Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal
Volume: 4
Pages: 107-123


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1455
Author: McGee, Susan K.
Title: Helping minority individuals navigate through successful school and work transitions
City: Litte Rock
Institution: University of Arkansas


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 912
Author: McGill, J. Kenneth
Year: 2002
Title: SSA employment support update
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 10-11
Keywords: SSA, employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1840
Author: McGuire, J.M.; Shaw, S.F.
Year: 1987
Title: A decision-making process for the college-bound student: matching learner, institution and support program
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 10
Pages: 106-111


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 449
Author: McGuire, J.M.
Year: 1997
Title: Four-year college programs: effective practices for developing employment skills
Editor: P.J. Gerber, D.S. Brown
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1839
Author: McGurire, J.M; Norlander, K.A.; Shaw, S.F.
Year: 1990
Title: Postsecondary education for students with learning disabiliites: fostering challenges for the future
Journal: Learning Disabilities Focus
Volume: 5
Issue: 2
Pages: 69-74


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 450
Author: McIntosh, R., Vaughn, S., Schumm, J.S., Haager, D., & Lee, O.
Year: 1993
Title: Observations of students with learning disabilities in general education classrooms
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 60
Pages: 249-261


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 914
Author: McLaughlin, Milbrey W.
Year: 1987
Title: Learning from experience: lessons from policy implementation
Journal: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Volume: 9
Issue: 2
Pages: 171-178
Date: Summer 1987
Label: MJ
Keywords: policy; implementation


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 451
Author: McLaughlin, M.W.
Year: 1995
Title: Improving education through standards-based reform
City: Stanford, CA
Institution: National Academy of Education Panel on Standards-Based Education Reform


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 913
Author: McLaughlin, M.J.; Fuchs, L.; Hardman, M.
Year: 1999
Title: Individual rights to education and students with disabilities: some lessons from US policy
Editor: Daniels, H.; Garner, P.
Book Title: Inclusive Education
City: London
Publisher: Kogan Page
Pages: 24-35
Series Editor: Jones, C.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 915
Author: McLeskey, J.; Waldron, N.L
Year: 1996
Title: Responses to questions teachers and administrators frequently ask about inclusive school programs
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan,
Volume: 78
Issue: 2
Pages: 150-56


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1456
Author: McMillen, J. Curtis
Year: 1999
Title: Better for it: how people benefit from adversity
Journal: Social Work
Volume: 44
Pages: 455-68
Keywords: adversity
resilience
strangths perspective
theory
Abstract: Recently, reserachers in several different fields have discovered that people who have experienced serously adverse events frequently report that they were positively changed by the experinece. Respondents in these studies typically have reported a variety of different benefits and have reported that they also were harmed by the same experiences. The research suggests several processes that may account for these reports of benefit: purposeful changes in life structure, changes in views of others and the world that result from the experience of vulnerability, the receipt of needed support, and the search for meaning in adversity. Thinking about benefits may help survivors of traumatic events process painful informaiton. This articule offers guidance on how to introudce and manage benefit content within a therapeutic relaitonship and encourages social workers to cautiously reflect clients' unstated benefits, encourage selfassessments in areas where benefits may accrue, explore any benefits discovered, and help clients plan for positive changes. This process converges well with the strengths perspective and constructivist approaches to social work practice.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1457
Author: McNair, Jeff; Rusch, Frank R.
Year: 1998
Title: Parent involvement in transition programs
Editor: McNair, J.; Kronick, N.
Book Title: Issues in transition
City: San Bernardino
Publisher: California State University
Pages: 41-47
Keywords: transition,parental involvement,post-school outcomes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 916
Author: McNamara, Jamie
Year: 1999
Title: Supporting the involvement of deaf-blind individuals in meetings about deaf-blind topics
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 7
Issue: 1
Pages: 8-10
Date: Fall 1999
Label: MJ
Keywords: deaf-blind


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 452
Author: McNeil, J.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Americans with disabilities: 1991-92
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Bureau of the Census


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 917
Author: McPhee, M.; Smith, A.
Year: 2001
Title: Research to real life: innovations in deaf-blindness
Publisher: Western Oregon University, DB-Link


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1458
Author: Mehan, Hugh; Hertweck, Alma; Meihls, J. Lee
Year: 1986
Title: Handicapping the handicapped: decision making in students' educational careers
City: Stanford, CA
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Number of Pages: 193
Abstract: Topics include the role of school in society, the role of society in school, constraints on educational decision making, teachers' interpretations of students' behavior, psychodiagnostict tests, and educators' accounts of students' behavior.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 453
Author: Meier, D.
Year: 1995
Title: The power of their ideas: lessons for america from a small school in harlem
City: Boston
Publisher: Beacon Press


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 918
Author: Meinhard, Agnes, G.
Title: Organizations as open systems
Producer: Ryerson Polytechnic University
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 27
URL: http://www.ryerson.ca/~mhr405am/405lecs/opensys.html


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 454
Author: Mellard, D.F.
Year: 1994
Title: Services for students with learning disabilities in community colleges
Editor: Reiff, P. Gerber & H.
Book Title: Learning disabilities in adulthood: Persisting problems and evolving issues
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Andover Medical Publishers


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1970
Author: Meriman, S.B.
Year: 1998
Title: Qualitative research and case study applications in education
City: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: Jossey-Bass


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 919
Author: Meyer, John W.
Year: 1997
Title: World society and the nation-state
Journal: American Journal of Sociology
Volume: 1
Issue: 144
Pages: 38 pg
Date: 1997
Keywords: world society; nation-state


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 920
Author: Meyer, John W.; Frank, David John; Hironaka, Ann; Schofer, Evan; Tuma, Nancy Brandon
Year: 1997
Title: The structuring of a world environmental regime, 1870-1990
Journal: International Organization
Volume: 51
Issue: 4
Pages: 29 pg
Date: 1997
Keywords: world environmental regime


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1459
Author: Meyer, Gwen; Patton, J.M.
Year: 2001
Title: The nexus of race, disability, and overrepresentation: what do when know? Where do we go?
Institution: National Institute for Urban School Improvement
Report Number: H086C970005-98
Keywords: Urban, Race, Disability, Overrepresentation
Abstract: The research illuminate a host of factors "outside and learner" that may contribute significantly to the perpetuation of disproportionality and, at the same time, reveal a number of increasingly common themes about probably causes and possible creative solutions. Reducing ethnic overrepresentation is a matter of creating a successful school environment for all students and accurately distinguishing disabilities from so-called cultural differences, political influences, and socioeconomic factors. We must realize that the cause of low academic performance and challenging behavior do not reside soley within the child or family.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 921
Author: Meyers, Marcia; Glaser, Bonnie; MacDonald, Karin
Year: 1998
Title: On the front lines of welfare delivery: are workers implementing policy reforms?
Journal: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-22
Date: Winter 1998
Label: MJ
Keywords: policy; welfare; implementation


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1841
Author: Michael, R.J.
Year: 1987
Title: Evaluating the college of choice
Journal: Academic Therapy
Volume: 22
Pages: 485-488


Reference Type: Audiovisual Material
Record Number: 922
Author: Microsoft Corporation
Year: 1999
Title: Enable people with disabilities and computers with the flying karamazov brothers
Keywords: enable; computers; karamazov


Reference Type: Audiovisual Material
Record Number: 923
Author: Microsoft Corporation
Year: 1999
Title: Microsoft accessiblity, technology for everyone
Date: 1999
Keywords: technology; accessibility


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 924
Author: Middleton, R.A.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 925
Author: Middleton, Renee A.; Flowers, Carl
Year: 1996, September
Title: Multiculturalism, affirmative action, and section 21 of the 1992 rehabilitation act amendments: fact or fiction?
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 40
Issue: 1
Pages: 11-30
Notes: From EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 926
Author: Middleton, R.A.; rollins, C.W.; Sanderson, P.L; Leung, P.; Harley, D.; Idrogo, A. L
Year: 2000
Title: Endorsement of professional multicultural rehabilitation competencies and standards:
Journal: RCB
Volume: 43
Issue: 4
Pages: 219-240
Date: 2000
Keywords: endorsement, profesional, multi-cultural, rehabilitation, competencies, and starndards


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 927
Author: Middleton, R.A.; Rollins, C.W.; Sanderson, P.L.; Leung, P.; Harley, D.A.; Ebener, D.; Leal-Idrogo, A.
Year: 2000
Title: Endorsement of professional multicultural rehabilitation competencies and standards: a call to action
Journal: Rehabiliation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 43
Issue: 4
Pages: 219-240
Notes: From EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 455
Author: Milani, A.A.
Year: 1996
Title: Disabled students in higher education: administrative and judicial enforcement of disability law
Journal: Journal of College and University Law
Volume: 22
Pages: 989-1043


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 456
Author: Miles, M.B., & Huberman, A.M.
Year: 1994
Title: Qualitative data analysis: an expended sourcebook
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1971
Author: Miles, M. & Huberman, M.
Year: 1994
Title: An expanded sourcebook: qualitative data analysis
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1972
Author: Miles, M. & Huberman, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Qualitative data analysis
City: London
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1843
Author: Miller, R.J.; Rzonca, C.; Snider, B.
Year: 1991
Title: Variables related to type of postsecondary education experience chosen by young adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Pages: 188-191


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1842
Author: Miller, R.J.; Corbey, S.; Asher, G.
Year: 1994
Title: Promoting post-secondary education for high school-aged youth with disabilities: a model of empowerment
Journal: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 57-63


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 457
Author: Miller, S.R., et al
Year: 1995
Title: Cross age peer tutoring: a stategy for promoting self-determination in students with severe emotional disabilities/behavior disorders
Journal: Preventing School Failure
Volume: 39
Issue: 4
Pages: 32-37


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 928
Author: Miller, R., Lombard, R. & Hazelkorn, M.
Year: 2000
Title: Teacher attitudes and practices regarding the inclusion of students with disabilities in school-to-work and techncial preparation programs.
City: Minneapolis
Institution: University of Minnesota, Center on Community Integration, National Transition Network


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 929
Author: Milne, Kathy
Year: 1995
Title: Able to protest. (uk disability rights movement)
Journal: New Statesman & Society
Volume: 8
Issue: 339
Pages: 3
Date: Feb 10, 1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: U.K.; rights; movement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 930
Author: Miner, Ilene
Year: 1995
Title: Psychosocial implications of usher syndrome, type I, throughhout the life cycle
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Pages: 287-295
Date: May-June 1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; Psychosocial; usher syndrome


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 931
Author: Miner, Ilene
Year: 1996
Title: The impact of Usher syndrome, type I, on adolescent development
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 159-166
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; Usher syndrome; deaf-blindness; psychological issues


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 932
Author: Miner, Ilene
Year: 1997
Title: People with usher syndrome, type II: issues and adaptations
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Volume: 91
Issue: 6
Pages: 579-589
Date: November-December 1997
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; Usher syndrome


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1460
Author: Minhas, J.; Huber, B.; Grant, D.; Vetter, L.
Year: 1984
Title: Strategies and linkages: a guide for liking vocational education and tribal economic planning
City: Columbus
Institution: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, Ohio State University.
Accession Number: ERIC Document Reprodcution Service No. Ed. 249 008
Keywords: linkages, vocational education, strategies, indian tribes
Abstract: Developed as a result of the project, Strategies for Linking Vocational Education Programs to Tribal Economic Plans, the guide contains information obtained from 20 tribes who are currently providing vocational education programs under the One Percent Set-Aside Federal Vocational Education funding, a program that provides the opportunity for Indians to tailor their vocational training programs to the human resource needs of the economic development of their tribes. The guide identifies tribally owned enterprises; projects tribal economic development and tribal vocational education programs; considers training in tribal economic plans, procedures used for determining future occupational and obstacles that could hamper or prevent linkages; and recommends strategies for avoiding or overcoming obstacles to good linkages. Tribes represented include Papago Tribe, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indians, Bay Mills Indian community, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Fort Belknap Indian community, Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Winnebago Tribe, Omaha Tribe, Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, Alamo and Ramah Navajo Bands of Indians, Seneca Nation, Devils Lake Sioux Tribe, Three Affiliated Tribes, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, Kickapoo Tribe, Muckleshot Indian Tribe, and Nooksack Indian Tribe.

Through this project, a guide was designed and developed to study strategies for linking vocational education programs to tribal economic plans. The guide was written as a collaborative effort of 20 tribes who currently provide vocational education under the Federal Vocational Education Program-a program that provides the opportunity for Indians to tailor their vocational training programs to the human resource needs reflected by the economic development of their tribes. Information in the guide included: (a) a list of tribally-owned enterprises; (b) procedures used to determine future economic development and employment needs; and (c) strategies for overcoming obstacles and establishing networks.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1844
Author: Minskoff, E.H.; DeMoss, S.
Year: 1993
Title: Facilitating successful transition: using thetrac model to assess and develop academic skills needed for vocational competence
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 16
Pages: 161-170


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 458
Author: Minskoff, E.
Year: 1994
Title: Postsecondary education and vocational training: Keys for adults with learning disabilities
Editor: Reiff, P. Gerber & H.
Book Title: Learning disabilities in adulthood: persisting problems and evolving issues
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Andover Medical Publishers
Keywords: learning disabilities, postsecondary education, vocational training services, support


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1461
Author: Minskoff, Esther H.
Year: 1994
Title: Post-secondary education and vocational training: Keys to success for adults with learning disabilities
Editor: Gerber, Paul J.; Reiff, Henry B.
Book Title: Learning disabilities in adulthood: Persisting problems and evolving issues
City: Boston
Publisher: Andover Medical Publishers
Pages: 111-120
Keywords: Learning disabilities; postsecondary, Vocational training;
Abstract: This article reviews factors that are related to success for adults with learning disabilities. Based on the author's experiences of working with adults with learning disabilities for ten years, he has identified the following six factors that influence success or failure: 1) severity of learning disabilities; 2) family support; 3) socioeconomic status; 4) completion of high school; 5) quality of educational services at the elementary and secondary level; and 6) quality of post-secondary educational, vocational training and psychosocial services. Severity of learning disabilities is based on seven variables including level of intelligence, special talents or specific intelligences, psychological processing abilities, language abilities, academic achievement level, psychological/social adjustment, and vocational/employability skills. Motivation is the most important prerequisite for students with learning disabilities to attend college.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 459
Author: Mithaug, D.E., Horiuchi, C., & Fanning, P.
Year: 1985
Title: A report on the colorado statewide follow-up survey of special education students
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 51
Pages: 397-404


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 933
Author: MLetchie, B.A.; Riggio, M.
Year: 1997
Title: Competencies for teachers of learners who are deafblind
Institution: The Hilton/Perkins Program
Pages: 1-31
Date: 1997
Keywords: competencies, teachers, learners, deafblind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 934
Author: Moccia, R.E., Schuymaker, J.B., Hazel, J.S., Vernon, D. S., & Deshler D. D.
Year: 1989
Title: Mentor programs for facilitating the life transitions of individual who have handicapping conditions: reading, writing, and learning disabilities
Journal: Personal Pyschology
Volume: 41
Pages: 457-479
Keywords: Mentor, facilitating, life, transitions, handicapping; Reading, Writing and Learning Disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1462
Author: Mokuau, N.
Year: 1990
Title: Impoverishment of native hawaiians and the social work challenge: social conditions
Journal: Health and Social Work
Volume: 15
Issue: 3
Pages: 235-242


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 935
Author: Montessori, M
Year: 1964
Title: The montessori method
City: New York
Publisher: Schocken Books, Inc.
Keywords: montessori


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 936
Author: Mooney, M.; Phelps, L.A.; Anctil, T.M.
Year: 2002
Title: Using postschool outcome data to improve practices and policies in restructured inclusive high schools
Journal: Research Institute on Secondary Education Reform for yourth with disabilities (BRIEF)
Issue: 6
Pages: 1-11
Date: July, 2002
Keywords: postschool, outcome, data, improve, practices, policies, restructured, inclusive, high school


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 937
Author: Mooney, M.; Phelps, L.A.; M., Antil T.
Year: 2002
Title: Research institute on secondary education reform for youth with disabilities
Collection Title RISER
City: Madison, WI
Number: 6
Pages: 1-11
Date: July, 2002
Type of Work: BRIEF
Keywords: research, institute, secondary education, reform, youth, disabilities


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1865
Author: Mooney, Marianne; Crane, Kelli
Year: 2002
Title: Connecting employers, schools, and youth through intermediaries
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 16
Keywords: intermediary organizations, transition, benefits, employers
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=721


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1973
Author: Mooney, Marianne; Crane, Kelli
Year: 2002
Title: Connecting employers, schools, and youth through intermediaries
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 16
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=721


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1463
Author: Moore, C.
Year: 1982
Title: Native american attrition study
City: Albuquerque, NM
Institution: Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute
Accession Number: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 226 898
Keywords: native americans, vocational school, withdrawl from school, financial aid
Abstract: The Albuquerque Technical-Vocational Institute (T-VI) in 32 skill areas and a preparatory program for students inadequately prepared to enter a vocational major program. The institute enrolls a sizeable number of Native American students, but the attrition of these students is greater than any other ethnic group at T-VI. In addition, a large number of Native American students who withdraw do so without going through the exit interview process. The purpose of the study was to determine the reasons why Native American students withdraw from T-VI and to recommend ways in which Native American attrition can be reduced. Forty-nine former students who had recently withdrawn were interviewed. For this sample, personal characteristics are described along six dimensions, and their assessment of T-VI is described along seven dimensions.

The author discussed the attrition rate of Native Americans enrolled in the Albuquerque Technical-Vocational Institute. It was reported that Native Americans have the highest rate of attrition of any minority group attending the Institute. Forty-nine former students who had recently withdrawn were interviewed. Primary reasons, accounting for 69% of the withdrawals, were: (a) lack of money; (b) academic difficulties; (c) transportation; and (d) personal and family problems. Recommendations included: (a) early identification of Native American students; (b) emphasis on outreach, financial aid, and academic assistance; (c) assistance with transportation arrangements; (d) career and personal counseling; and (e) closer contact with tribal and agency counselors.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1464
Author: Morgan, C.O.; Guy, E.; Lee, B.; Cellini, H.R.
Year: 1986
Title: Rehabilitation services for american indians: the navajo experience.
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 52
Issue: 2
Pages: 25-31
Keywords: native americans, rehabilitation, barriers, disability
Abstract: The authors addressed the issue that vocational rehabilitation programs have traditionally been unsuccessful, for many reasons, in rehabilitating Native Americans. They discussed the prevalence and severity of disability, which is greater for Native Americans then for others. The article also outlined the major barriers to service delivery for Native Americans with disabilities, including socioeconomic conditions, cultural differences, and problems with the traditional vocational rehabilitation model. Finally, the authors described the development of the Navajo Vocational Rehabilitation Program (NVRP). The NVRP provides rehabilitation services to individuals residing on the Navajo Reservation which attempt to bridge the service delivery gaps present in traditional rehabilitation models. Components of the NVRP include: (a) integrating the Navajo philosophy of reverence of land and life into the program; (b) providing bilingual counselors who can coordinate all human service resources for their clients; and (c) initiating economic and job development throughout the Navajo Reservation.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 35
Author: Morgan, D.L.
Year: 1988
Title: Focus groups as qualitative research
City: Newbury Park, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1974
Author: Morgan, D.L.
Year: 1998
Title: The focus group guidebook
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 938
Author: Morgan, R.L.; Ellerd, D.A.; Gerity, B.P; Blair, R.J.
Year: 2000
Title: How technology helps young people in transition
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 32
Issue: 4
Pages: 44-49
Date: March/April, 2000
Keywords: teaching, exceptional children


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 939
Author: Morgan, Susanne
Year: 2001
Title: What's my role? a comparison of the responsibilities of interpreters, interveners, and support service providers
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-3
Date: Fall 2001
Keywords: deaf-blind; interpreters; interveners; service providers


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 940
Author: Morgan, S.; Bixler, E.; McNamara, Jamie
Year: 2002
Title: Self-Determination for children and young adults who are deaf-blind
Pages: 1-15
Date: 2002
Keywords: self-determinaton, children, young adults, deaf-blind


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 941
Author: Morgan, S.; Bixler, E.; McNamara, Jamie
Year: 2002
Title: Self-determination for children and young adults who are deaf-blind
Collection Title NTAC
City: Monmouth, OR
Pages: 1-14
Date: 2002
Type of Work: Briefing Paper
Keywords: self-determination, children, young adult, deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 34
Author: Morningstar, M.E., Turnbull, A.P., & Turnbull, H.R.
Year: 1996
Title: What do students with disabilities tell us about the importance of family involvement in the transition from school to adult life?
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 62
Pages: 249-260


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1465
Author: Morningstar, Mary E.
Year: 1997
Title: Critical issues in career development and employment preparation for adolescents with disabilities
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 18
Issue: 5
Pages: 307-320
Date: September/October
Keywords: Academic preparation
Career development
Disabilities
Abstract: A total of 71 youth with a range of disabilities were convened in nine focus groups to discuss their perspectives on career development and employment preparation. The results, combined with the findings of other studies, suggest the following recommendations: (1) consider the developmental nature of career development across the lifespan; (2) provide opportunities for students with disabilities to develop the skills necessary for career maturity; (3) provide meaningful work experiences; (4) encourage the participation of families in career development; and (5) encourage student involvement in career development.
URL: http://www.beachcenter.org/files/morningstar.pdf


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2032
Author: Morningstar, M.; Kleinhammer-Tramill, J.
Year: 2000-2001
Title: Transition coalition
Access Year: 6/24/03
URL: http://transitioncoalition.org/index.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 942
Author: Moss, K.; Burris, S.; Ullman, M.; Johnsen, M.; Swanson, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Unfunded mandate: an empirical study of the implementation of the americans with disabilities act by the equal employment opportunity commission
Journal: The University of Kansas Law Review
Volume: 50
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-110
Date: November, 2001
Keywords: unfunded, mandate, empirical, implementation, Americans, disabilities, Act, Equal, Employment, Opportunity, Commission


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 943
Author: Mull, Charlotte; Sitlington, Patricia; Alper, Sandra
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities: a synthesis of the literature
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 1
Pages: 97-118
Date: 2001
Keywords: synthesis of literature; learning disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 944
Author: Mull, Charlotte; Stitlinton, P. L; Alper, S.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities: a synthesis of the literature
Journal: Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 1
Pages: 97-118
Date: 2001
Keywords: postsecondary, education, student, learning, disabilities, synthesis, literature


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1466
Author: Mull, Charlotte; Sitlington, Patricia L.; Alper, Sandra
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities: a synthesis of the literature
Journal: Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 1
Pages: 97-118
Keywords: academic preparation
learning disabilities
postsecondary success
Abstract: A systematic analysis and synthesis of 26 research articles published from 1985-2000 that met the criteria of recommending postsecondary education services or describing services presently available for students with disabilities. The 11 program factors examined were: definition of learning disability, characteristics of adult learners, type of institution, special admission procedures, assessment services, program accommodations, support services, instructional adjustments, instructional staff training, direct service staff training, and program evaluation. The following implications and recommendations were derived: (1) secondary students need to learn about the services and accommodations they will need at the postsecondary level and how to access them; (2) students need training to use assistive technology; (3) secondary teachers need to know more about postsecondary environments so they can better prepare their students; (4) the issue of documentation of disability needs to be addressed; (5) postsecondary personnel need more training on working with students with disabilities; and (6) more research is needed on the effectiveness of particular services and accommodations at the postsecondary level.
URL: http://journals.cec.sped.org/EC/Archive_Articles/VOLUME68NUMBER1FALL2001_EC_Sitlington.pdf


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 460
Author: Mumford, M. & Shaffer, G.S.
Year of Conference: 1981
Title: Developmental antecedents and behavioral correlates of positive and negative emotionality
Conference Name: Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association
Conference Location: Atlanta, GA


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 945
Author: Murdoch, Heather
Year: 1986
Title: Helping the deaf-blind child in class
Journal: British Journal of Special Education
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Pages: 75-77
Date: June 1986
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind; children


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 461
Author: Murphy, S.
Year: 1992
Title: On being ld: perspective and strategies of young adults
City: New York
Publisher: Teachers College Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 134
Author: Murphy, D.M.
Year: 1996
Title: Implications of inclusion for general and special education
Journal: The Elementary School Journal
Volume: 96
Issue: 5
Pages: 469-493


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1975
Author: Murray, C., Goldstein, D.E., Nourse, S., & Edgar, E.
Year: 2000
Title: The postsecondary school attendance and completion rates of high school graduates with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research
Volume: 15
Pages: 119-127


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 946
Author: Myers, David E.; Heiser, Nancy; Wu, Shi-Chang
Year: 1995
Title: Students' school transition patterns between 8th and 10th grades, based on nels:88
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Education Statistics
Pages: Available online: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS18337
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1680
Author: Nakahara, Lynn
Year: 2002
Title: Resource mapping matrix
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1681
Author: Nakahara, Lynn
Year: 2002
Title: Workplace and postsecondary supports


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1682
Author: Nakahara, Lynn
Year: 2002
Title: Promising practices resulting in improved programs and studies (Faculty)


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1467
Editor: Nakanishi, Don T.; Nishida, Tina Yamano
Year: 1995
Title: The asian american educational experience
City: New York, London
Publisher: Routledge
Abstract: Chapters in book are organized under four major themes: 1) historical perspectives on the schooling of Asian/Pacific Islanders; 2) academic achievement and the model minority debate; 3) elementary and secondary educational issues: the challenges of growth and diversity; and 4) higher educational issues and experiences: access, representation, and equity


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1683
Author: Napoleon, Anona
Year: 2002
Title: A success story: the participant's experiences and perceptions as well as supporting parents and teachers in post-secondary education to employment
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1684
Author: Napoleon, Anona
Year: 2002
Title: A beautiful story: pacific islanders accessing rehabilitation-involvement in postsecondary supports that eventually relate to quality employmnet
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1109
Author: National Center for Education and Transition
Year: 2001
Title: Current challenges facing the future of secondary education and transition services for youth with disabilities in the united states
Publisher: University of Minnesota, 102 Pattee Hall, 150 Pillsbury Drive SE Minneapolic, MN 55455
Pages: 1-11
Keywords: challenges, future, secondary, education, transition, youth, disabilities, United States


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 947
Author: National Center for Education Statistics
Year: 1997
Title: Distance education in higher education institutions
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement
Report Number: NCES 98-062
Notes: We don't have yet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 948
Author: National center for education statistics
Year: 1999, August
Title: An institutional perspective on students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 949
Author: National Center for Education Statistics
Year: 2000
Title: Stats in brief: postsecondary students with disabilities: enrollment, service, and persistence (NCES 2000-092)
Institution: U.S. Department of Education: Office of Education Research and Improvement,


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 950
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports
Year: 2000
Title: Profile of disability support coordinator characteristics
City: Honolulu
Institution: Center on Disability Studies
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/products/phaseI/pdf/profile_of_disability_support.pdf


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 951
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports
Year: 2001
Title: Focus group discussions on supports and barriers in lifelong learning
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa, RRTC
Keywords: executive summary


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 958
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, (NCSPES)
Year: 2001
Title: Quarterly summary report, january 1, 2001 to april 30, 2001
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa, Center on Disability Studies
Pages: 1-12
Keywords: quarterly


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 957
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year of Conference: -- FIND DATE --
Title: Findings implication brief: postsecondary education and employment for students with disabilities
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 952
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year: 2000
Title: Postsecondary education and employment for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu, HI
Institution: University of Hawaii


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 953
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year: 2000, June
Title: National survey of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education settings
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa, RRTC


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 954
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year: 2001
Title: National survey of post-secondary educational supports for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 955
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year: 2001, January
Title: Quarterly summary report
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii
Date: January 1, 2002 to April 30, 2001
Keywords: quarterly; summary


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 956
Author: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Proceedings for the national capacity building institute 2001: preparation of youth with disabilities for participation in postsecondary education and lifelong learning
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 959
Author: National Center on Educational Outcomes
Year: 2001, February
Title: Catalog of publications from nceo
Place Published: Minneapolis
Publisher: University of Minnesota, College of Education & Human Development


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 960
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Annotated listing of presentations
Editor: CDS/NCSET
Conference Name: Pac Rim Conference
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Pages: 28
Keywords: annotated, presentations


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1111
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year of Conference: 2001, July
Title: National capacity building institute proceedings
Editor: NCSET
Conference Location: Portland, Oregon
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Pages: 80
Keywords: proceedings


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 961
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Secondary education, transitions, postsecondary education and employment
Conference Name: Pacific Rim Conference
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1845
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year: 2002
Title: IDEA 1997: implications for secondary education and transition services
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/policy/2002_06.asp


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1858
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year: 2002, December
Title: What is quality education? perspectives from two students and a parent
Keywords: perspectives, individuals with disabilities, parent perspectives
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=717


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1869
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Year: 2002, December
Title: What works transition research synthesis project
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 17
Keywords: synthesize, empirical research, What Works
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=714


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1849
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition; PACER Center
Year: 2002, July
Title: IDEA 1997 transition issues
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: FAPE, IDEA, Transition, notification, participation
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=423


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1976
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition; PACER Center
Year: 2002, July
Title: IDEA 1997 and transition issues
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=423


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1848
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition; PACER Center
Year: 2002, March
Title: Parenting post-secondary students with disabilities: becoming the mentor, advocate, and guide your young adult needs
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 12
Keywords: mentors, advocates
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=208


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1850
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition; PACER Center
Year: 2002, May
Title: Age of majority: preparing your child for making good choices
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June12
Keywords: informed decisions, transfer of rights, guardian, graduation
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=318


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1809
Author: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition at the University of Minnesota; TransCen Inc.
Year: 2002
Title: Youth with disabilities and the workforce investment act of 1998
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Last Update Date: December
Keywords: disability, documentation, job corps, WIA, eligibility, consumer friendly
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/policy/2002_12.asp


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 962
Author: National Council on Disability
Year: 2000
Title: National disability policy: a progress report november 1999 - november 2000
City: Washington D.C.
Institution: Author
Pages: 1-59
Date: June 2001
Keywords: NCD; progress report;
URL: www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/progressreport2000.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 963
Author: National Council on Disability
Year: 2000, November
Title: Transition and post-school outcomes for youth with disabilities: closing the gaps to post-secondary education and employment
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Social Security Adnimistration,
Notes: Printed from the Web September, 2002
URL: http://www.ncd.gov/newsroom/publications/transition_11-1-00.html
Author Address: 1331 F St., NW, Suite 850 --- Washington, DC 20004
Voice: (202) 272-2004 --- FAX: (202) 272-2022 --- TTY: (202) 272-2074
E-mail: mquigley@ncd.gov

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 964
Author: National Family Association for Deaf-Blind
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: News from advocates for deaf-blind
Journal: 6
Volume: 3
Keywords: advocates


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 965
Author: National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Year: 1993
Title: Questions and answers about the idea
Journal: NICHCY News Digest
Volume: 3
Issue: 2
Pages: 15
Date: September 1993
Keywords: IDEA


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 966
Author: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Year: 1993
Title: Enhancing employability
Journal: Rehab Brief: Bringing Research into Effective Focus
Volume: 15
Issue: 5
Accession Number: ISSN: 0732-2623
URL: http://codi.buffalo.edu/graph_based/employment/.enhancing
Author Address: OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20202

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2033
Author: National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities
Year: 1996
Title: Secondary to postsecondary education transition planning for students with learning disabilities: position paper of the national joint committee on learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 19
Pages: 62-64
Keywords: postsecondary education, learning disabilities, transition planning, parent roles, personnel responsibilities


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1868
Author: National Longitudinal Transition Study-2
Year: 2002, January
Title: Introducing the nlts 2
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June17
Keywords: longitudinal transition,activites, outline
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=248


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 967
Author: National Organization for Human Services Education
Year: 2003
Title: Ethical standards of human services personnel.
Producer: Council for Standards in Human Services Education
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 20
URL: www.nohse.com/ethstand.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 968
Author: National Secondary Education and Transition Technical Assistance Center for Youth with Disabilities
Year: 2000, July
Title: Technical report


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2034
Author: Navicky, J.
Year: 1998
Title: The postsecondary ld report, winter 1998
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/postsecondary/navicky_match.html


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1468
Author: NCSPES
Year: 2000a
Title: National survey of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education settings
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii-Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1469
Author: NCSPES
Year: 2000b
Title: Supports and barriers in lifelong learning: focus group discussions
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii-Manoa


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1685
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Proceedings of the national capacity building institute: preparing youth with disabilities for successful participation in postsecondary education & employment
Conference Name: Summer 2001
Conference Location: Portland, Oregon


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1686
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Curriculum of the 2001 capacity building institute: preparation of youth with disabilities for postsecondary education & life-long learning
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1687
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Proceedings of the 2001 capacity building institute: preparation of youth with disabilities for postsecondary education & lifelong learning
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1688
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Summary proceedings of the secondary education, postsecondary education, & employment strand of the 2001 pacificr rim conference
Conference Name: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1689
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year of Conference: 2002
Title: Proceedings of the national capacity building institute: supporting individuals with disabilities across secondary school, postsecondary school and employment
Conference Name: 18th Annual Pacific Rim Conference, March 2002
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1690
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year: 2003
Title: Curriculum of the national capacity building institute: empowering students with disabilities as they transition to college and careers. april 7-8, 2003, seattle, washington


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1691
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year: 2003
Title: Proceedings of the national capacity building institute: professional employment for individuals with disabilities: issues of preparation and transition. 19th annual pacific rim conference, february 12-13, 2003, waikiki, hawaii


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1692
Author: NCSPES/NCSET
Year: 2003
Title: Curriculum of the national capacity building institute: professional employment for individuals with disabilities: issues of preparation and transition. 19th annual pacific rim conference, waikiki, hawaii


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 136
Author: Neel, R., Meadows, N., Levine, P., & Edgar, E.
Year: 1988
Title: What happens after special education: a statewide follow-up study
Journal: Behavior Disorders
Volume: 13
Pages: 209-216


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1870
Author: Nelson, R.; Liognugaris/Kraft, B.
Year: 1989
Title: Postsecondary education for students with learning disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 56
Pages: 246-265


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1871
Author: Nelson, J.R.; Smith, D.J.; Dodd, J.
Year: 1991
Title: Instructional adaptations available to students with learning disabilities at community colleges
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 27-31


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1872
Author: Ness, J.
Year: 1989
Title: The high jump: transition issues of learning disabled students and their parents
Journal: Academic Therapy
Volume: 25
Pages: 33-40


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 969
Author: Ness, J.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: A place for all to grow and learn: fond du lac tribal and community college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 18-19


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 473
Author: Network, National Transition
Year: 1998
Title: Directory of transition resources
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1873
Author: Neubert, D.A; Taymans, J.M.
Year: 1989
Title: A postsecondary model for individuals with mild disabilities: practices and outcomes
Journal: Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International
Volume: 5
Pages: 157-164


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1693
Author: Neubert, D.A; Moon, M.S.; Grigal, M.; Redd, V.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary educational practices for individuals with mental retardation and other significant disabilities: a review of literature
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 3/4
Pages: 155-168


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1470
Author: Newman, Lynn
Year of Conference: 1992
Title: Hispanic secondary school students with disabilities: how are they doing?
Conference Name: Hispanic Research Issues Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
Conference Location: San Francisco, CA
Publisher: The National Longitudianl Transition Study of Special Education Students, SRI International
Abstract: This paper focuses on the secondary school experiences of Hispanic students with disabilities, presenting findings from the National Longitudianl Transition Study (NLTS) of Special Education Students. The 5-year NLTS study included data on more than 8,000 students (of whom 733 were Hispanic) enrolled in special education in the 1985-86 school year. The data provided in this report were collected in 1987 from telephone interviews with parents of the NLTS Hispanic youth. The paper begins with a description of individual and family background factors, such as disability category, functional skills, youth demographics and household characteristics. It continues with a description of students' secondary school experiences including school characteristics (such as size and urbanicity) and school policies and practices regarding instructional placement and vocational education services and programs. The paper then focuses on aspects of student school performance and activities related to vocational and instructional placement experiences incliuding absenteeism, school completion, employment during secondary school, and participation in extracurricular activities. Findings indicated that Hispanic students with disabilities were unlikely to be in racially integrated or mainstream settings, had fewer vocational training opportunities than other special education students, and were unlikely to participate in extracurricular group activities. An appendix presents background information on the NLTS.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 476
Author: Newman, L. & Cameto, R.
Year: 1993
Title: What makes a difference? factors related to postsecondary school attendance for young people with disabilities


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 475
Author: Newman, F.M. & Wehlage, G.G.
Year: 1995
Title: Successful school restructuring
City: Madison, WI
Publisher: Center on Organization and Restructuring of Schools, University of Wisconsin


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1471
Author: NIDDR
Year: 1999
Title: Disability, diversity and dissemination: A review of the literature on topics related to increasing the utilization of rehabilitation research outcomes among diverse consumer groups; part 1-theoretical framework.
Journal: The Research Exchange
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-17
Keywords: minority, disability, services, treatment
Abstract: Covers disability research for different minority groups. Areas of concerns when studying minority groups include the misapplication and intertwining of the concepts of culture, ethnicity, and race and the assumption that minority groups share a common culture or other characteristics. African Americans and American Indians have the highest percentage of disabilities. Further, African Americans and Hispanic Americans tend to be over-represented in all disability categories including chronic health conditions, mental disorders, and physical, language, and sensory impairments. It is likely though that being of a particular ethnic/racial group does not determine the higher incidence of chronic or life-threatening health problems but may be because of exposure to health risks. It was also found that the rate of severe disability was higher among adults 25 to 64 who did not complete high school than college graduates. Inequitable treatment of minorities have also been documented in the vocational rehabilitation system and other program services. White clients have more money spent on them while minority clients receive low-cost, less preferred treatment, and are assigned other professionals than a senior professional. Like race and ethnicity, disability is a term whose definitions are culturally derived. Ogbu (1992) distinguishes between voluntary (autonomous and immigrants) versus involuntary (caste-like minorities) and that while voluntary minorities believe in the possibility of improving their lives by succeeding in school, caste-like minorities experience persistent discrimination and will want to separate from the oppressive mainstream culture. In regards to attitudes towards disabilities, African American culture emphasizes spirituality in causing and treating developmental disabilities. They rely strongly on community supports, particularly the church, over medical or rehabilitation sources. For Hispanic cultures, there are strong beliefs on the intersection of the physical and spiritual and the family is a great source of support. In regards to disabilities, Hispanic cultures see some conditions as a reflection of the individual rather than disability, and accommodate family and work roles towards the differences. Severe disabilities are seen as a stigma for the family. Though many traditional Hispanic families will seek help from mainstream systems, they may also seek help from folk healers and members of the clergy. For Pacific Islanders, cultural practices include being humble, involvement, and living and being with the family. In Samoan culture, a person identity goes as far as they can show their connections to the family and there is inhibitions against airing family problems to outsiders. In terms of attitudes towards disabilities, Asian Americans had the least positive attitude towards others with disabilities. Many believe in supernatural or metaphysical aspects that can play a role in health and disease, and fortune and misfortune. Traditional AAPI's will seek help form other sources than traditional Western services. Native Indian cultures features include an enduring sense of pride in cultural heritage, the interrelatedness of body and spirit, culturally distinctive communication systems and reliance on kinship networks and extended community. Concepts of disability such as retarded or handicapped are not even part of the traditional Indian languages and instead they may use assign names that describe the disability such as "One-Arm". Like other groups, they may seek help from traditional methods.
URL: http://www.ncddr.org/du/researchexchange/v04n01/


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 477
Author: NIHR/OSERS/DOE
Year: 1986
Title: Cross-cultural rehabilitation: working with the native american population
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 970
Author: Nikoski, J.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: I can make it
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 9


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 971
Author: Noe, R.A
Year: 1988
Title: An Investigation of the determinants of successful assigned mentoring relationships
Journal: Personal Psychology
Volume: 41
Pages: 457-479
Keywords: investigations, determinants, mentoring,


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1874
Author: Norlander, K.A.; Shaw, S.F.; McGuire, J.
Year: 1990
Title: Competencies of postsecondary education personnel serving students with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 23
Pages: 426-432


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1472
Author: Norman, Richard
Year: 1999
Title: Equality, priority, and social justice
Journal: Ratio
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 178-194
Date: June
Abstract: The moral principle of giving greater priority to benefiting people, the less well off they are, has been thought by some to share the plausibility of egalitarianism whilst avoiding the less plausible implications of the latter. This paper argues that the 'priority' principle does have an authentic place in our moral thinking, and that it is distinct from the idea of 'equality', but that the latter also has an indispensible role to play. The idea of 'priority' has its place as the expression of the moral standpoint of benevolent and sympathetic concern. 'Equality', in contrast, functions as a conception of social justice, from which it cannot be displaced by the idea of 'priority'.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1473
Author: O'Connor, S.
Year: 1993
Title: Multiculturalism and disability: a collection of resources
City: Syracuse, NY
Institution: Syracuse University, Center on Human Policy


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 11
Author: O'Day, B. & Berkowitz
Year: 2001
Title: Disability benefit programs: can we improve the return-to-work record?
Series Title: Handbook of Disability Studies
City: CA
Publisher: Sage
Number of Pages: 633-640


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 972
Author: O'Donnell, Nancy
Year: 1995
Title: Congenital rubella syndrome: 30 years after the epidemic of the 1960's
Journal: American Rehabilitation
Pages: 2-8
Date: Summer 1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; rubella


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 478
Author: O'Hanlon, C.
Year: 1995
Title: Inclusive education in europe
City: London
Publisher: David Fulton Publishers


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 137
Author: Oakes, J., Gamoran, A., & Page, R.N.
Year: 1992
Title: Curriculum differentiation: opportunities, outcomes, and meanings
Editor: Jackson, P.W.
Book Title: Handbook of research on curriculum
City: New York
Publisher: Macmillan
Pages: 570-608


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 479
Author: Oakes, J. & Wells, A.
Year: 1998
Title: Detracking for high student achievement
Journal: Educational Leadership
Volume: 55
Issue: 6
Pages: 38-41


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1474
Author: Obiakor, F.E.; Karr, S.; Algozzine, B.; Utley, C.
Year: 1995
Title: Demands and challenges of being an educator with a disability.
Number: ED 396489
Abstract: This paper addresses the demands of educators in general and those facing educators who also have a disability. The document is based on a case study of an African American college educator with a disability; the focus of the study being on how issues of race and disability are managed as an educational professional. It is important for these individuals to be supported, as are students (e.g. building access, meaningful employment choices, role models in the professions, etc.). The articles emphasizes the importance of university campuses to promote the self-efficacy of professionals with a disability by identifying those things that assist individuals with identity development, creating environments that are accepting of people with disabilities, finding internal motivations for people with disabilities, stressing the importance of thinking of failure as a learning experience, not the end of the journey, and inspiring people with a disability to control their lives.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 480
Author: OERI, U.S. Department of Education
Year: 1995
Title: School-based reform: lessons learned from a national study
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1475
Author: Oesterreich, Heather
Year: 2000
Title: The technical, cultural, and political factors in college preparation programs for urban and minority youth
Producer: ERIC Clearninghouse on Urban Education
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 11
Keywords: Minority Youth, College Preparation, Urban Youth, Low-Income
Abstract: This articles focuses on the need to develop college preparation programs for minority youth living in low-income neighborhoods. The current policies at state universities pose access threats to urban and minority youth. In order for minority youth to successfully access postsecondary institutions, programs must attend to the cultural norms of the community and solicit their involvement.
URL: http://eric-web.tc.columbia.edu/digest/pdf/158.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 973
Author: Office of Disability Employment Policy
Year: 2001
Title: Win with ability
Keywords: win; ability


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 974
Author: Office of Disability Employment Policy
Year: 2001
Title: "Win with ability" 2001 education kit: statistics about people with disabilities and employment
Producer: U.S. Department of Labor
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 14
URL: http://www.dol.gov/odep/pubs/ek01/stats.htm


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 975
Author: Office of Special Education Programs
Year: 1997
Title: National longitudinal transition study-2 (NLST2)
Date: 1997
Keywords: longitudinal; NLST2


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 2035
Author: Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities
Year: 1999
Title: Report on the post school status of former special education students in the big five cities
City: Albany, NY
Institution: New York State Department of Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 976
Author: Ofiesh, Nicole S.; Rice, Craig J.; Long, Ellen M.; Merchant, Deborah C.; Gajar, Anna H.., , , Vol. Issue , p, 15p, 3 charts
Year: 2002, March
Title: Service delivery for postsecondary students with disabilities: a survey of assistive technology use across disabilities
Journal: College Student Journal
Volume: 36
Issue: 1
Pages: 94-108
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 140
Author: Ogawa, R.T. & Malen, B.
Year: 1991
Title: Towards rigor in reviews of multivocal literatures: applying the exploratory case study method
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 61
Issue: 3
Pages: 265-286


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 977
Author: Ohio State University Partnership Grant
Year: 2000, Fall
Title: Guidelines for creating a complete and accessible syllabus
Journal: Fast Facts for Faculty
Keywords: syllabus


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 978
Author: Ohio State University Partnership Grant
Year: 2000, Fall
Title: Universal design for learning: elements of good teaching
Journal: Fast Facts for Faculty


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 979
Author: Ohio State University Partnership Grant
Year: 2001, Summer
Title: Most frequently asked questions: educational access for students with disabilities.
Journal: Fast Facts for Faculty


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 980
Author: Ohio State University Partnership Grant
Year: 2001, Summer
Title: Rights and responsibilities to assure educational access for students with disabilities
Journal: Fast Facts for Faculty


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 981
Author: Ohio State University Partnership Grant
Year: 2001, Summer
Title: Guided notes: improving the effectiveness of your lectures
Journal: Fast Facts for Faculty


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 483
Author: Okey, T.N. & Cusick, P.A.
Year: 1995
Title: Dropping out: another side of the story
Journal: Educational Administration Quarterly
Volume: 31
Issue: 12
Pages: 244-267


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 484
Author: Okolo, C. & Sitlington, P.
Year: 1998
Title: The role of special education in learning disabled adolescents transition from school to work
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 11
Pages: 292-306


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 982
Author: Olney, Marjorie F.; Kennedy, Jae
Year: 2002
Title: Racial disparities in vr use and job placement rates for adults with disabilities
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 177-85


Reference Type: Audiovisual Material
Record Number: 983
Author: Olsen, Richard V.; Hutchings, B. Lynn; Ehrenkrantz, Ezra
Title: A house for all children, planning a supportive home environment for children with disabilities
City: Newark, New Jersey
Keywords: house


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1476
Author: Olson, Paula
Year: 1991
Title: Referring language minority students to special education
Producer: ERIC Digest
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: March
Keywords: minority, special education
Abstract: Special education is not the only option available to language minority learners with special needs, it is imperative that these students be identified and given access to the full range of special education and related services t meet their needs. To ensure access to special programs, yet not use special education as a dumping ground, it is imperative that these students be tested thoroughly.
URL: http://www.ericfacility.net/ericdigests/ed329131.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 984
Author: Olson, Deborah; Cioffi, Andrea; Yovanoff, Paul; Mank, David
Year: 2001
Title: Employers' perceptions of employees with mental retardation
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 2
Pages: 125-133
Abstract: The attitudes of employers of people with mental retardation were examined through a survey distributed nationally. Employers of all sizes have favorable experiences in employing people with mental retardation and value the training provided by supported employment service providers. Common accommodations to employees with mental retardation include extra supervision time, providing flexible hours and using the services of a job coach. These accommodations are perceived to be of minimal cost to the company. In terms of human resource management, employees with mental retardation are viewed as costing companies the same or less than employees without disabilities, except in the area of supervision and training. In this area, employees with mental retardation are perceived to cost more than employees without disabilities. The implications of these findings for employment support providers are discussed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1477
Author: Omizo, Michael M.; Omizo, Sharon A.; Kitaoka, Sean K.
Year: 1998
Title: Guided affective and cognitive imagery to enhance self-esteem among hawaiian children
Journal: Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
Volume: 26
Pages: 52-62
Date: January
Keywords: self-esteem, imagery
Abstract: This article discusses the use of guided affective and cognitive imagery to enhance self-esteem among children of Hawaiian ancestry. Children who participated in the intervention strategy, which consisted of 10 group sessions, had significantly higher scores on some areas on self-esteem.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2036
Author: On-Campus Outreach
Year: n.d.
Title: Transition/postsecondary links: on-campus outreach
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.education.umd.edu/oco/links/transition.htm


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 141
Author: Onosko, J. & Jorgenson, C.
Year: 1997
Title: Unit and lesson planning in the inclusive classroom: maximizing learning opportunities for all students
Editor: Jorgensen, C.
Book Title: Restructuring high schools for all students: Taking inclusion to the next level
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 71-106


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 485
Author: Orange, L.M.
Year: 1999
Title: Skills development for multicultural rehabilitation counseling: a quality of life perspective
Journal: www.dinf.org/pres_com/pres-dd/orange.htm


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 985
Author: Oregon Institute on Disability and Development
Title: Health sciences faculty education project, a resource for health sciences educators
Publisher: Center on Self-Determination: Oregon Health Sciences University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 487
Author: Orkwis, R., DeCarne, J., & Glover, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Discretionary projects supported by the office of special education programs under the individuals with disabilities education act: research, innovation and evaluation
City: Reston, VA
Institution: The Council for Exceptional Children


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 986
Author: Orpen, Christopher
Year: 1994
Title: The Effects of organizational and individual career management on career success
Journal: International Journal of Manpower
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 27-37
Abstract: Examines the effects of organizational and individual career management on the career success of 120 supervisory managers. A special 35-item Organization Career Management Scale was developed from a workshop held with ten personnel managers from organizations employing the participants. Significant correlations were obtained between organization career management, as perceived by the subjects, and indicators of career success. The correlations between individual career planning and tactics, and the same indicators of career success, were also significant. Finally, individual career planning and tactics added significantly to the amount of variation in career success explained by organization career management, supporting a "joint responsibility" perspective of career management in organizations. Develops implications of these findings for practice.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 40
Author: Orr, R. Robert et al
Year: 1991
Title: Coping with stress in families with children who have mental retardation: an evaluation of the double abcx model
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 424 512


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1478
Author: Ortiz, Alba A.; Garcia, Shernaz B.; Holtzman, Wayne H., Jr.; Polyzoi, Eleoussa; Snell, William E., Jr.; Wilkinson, Cheryl Y.; Willig, Ann C.
Year: 1985
Title: Characteristics of limited english proficient hispanic students in programs for the learning disabled: implicatons for policy, practice, and research
City: Austin
Institution: University of Texas, Handicapped Minority Research Institute on Language Proficiency
Abstract: An exploratory and descriptive study is reviewed which examined the identification and placement of 334 limited English proficient Hispanic students (grades 2-5) in learning disability programs. Ss' eligibility folders were examined to determine why they had been referred initially, how they were assessed, and to document the initial placement decision. District policies related to referral, assessment, and placement were also examined. The bulk of the report presents specific research questions, identifies data and statistical treatment, and summarizes results for the following topics: referral (most frequent reasons, grade and age level, retention history, socioeconomic background of referred students); comprehensive individual assessment (types of tests administered, language used to administer achievement and intelligence tests, scores on specific commonly used psychometric instruments); and placement (primary and secondary handicaps, makeup of referral and ARD (Admission, Review, and Dismissal) Committees. Recommendations for policy, practice, and research in pre-referral and referral, assessment, eligibility criteria, and placement committees conclude the report.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1479
Author: Ortiz, Alba A.; Ramirez, Bruce A.
Year: 1985
Title: Schools and the culturally diverse exceptional student: promising practices and future directions
City: Austin
Institution: University of Texas, Handicapped Minority Research Institute on Language Proficiency
Date: 1-140


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1480
Author: Ortiz, Alba A.
Year: 2001
Title: English language learners with special needs: effective instructional strategies
Producer: ERIC
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: March 31
Keywords: English Language Learners, School Failure
Abstract: Improving the academic performance of students who from non-English backgrounds requires a focus on the prevention of failure and on early intervention for struggling learners. This digest presents a framework for meeting the needs of these students in general education and suggests ways to operationalize prevention and early intervention to ensure that students meet their adademic potential.

Several factors are critical to the success of ELL: (1) Shared knowledge base (2) Recognition of the students' native language. (3) Collaborative school-community relationships. (4) Academically rich programs. (5) Effective instruction.

Early intervention for English learners who are having difficulty in school is first and foremost the responsibilit of general educaiton professionals.
URL: http://www.cal.org/ericcll/digest/0108ortiz.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1481
Author: Oswald, D.P.; Coutinho, M.J.; Best, A.M.; Singh, N.N.
Year: 1999
Title: Ethnic representation in special education: the influence of school-related economic and demographic variables
Journal: Journal of Special Education
Volume: 32
Issue: 4
Pages: 194-206


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1977
Author: Oswald, D.P., Coutinho, M.J., Best, A.M., & Singh, N.N.
Year: 1999
Title: Ethnic representation in special education: the influence of school-related economic and demographic variables
Journal: Journal of Special Education
Volume: 32
Issue: 4
Pages: 194-206


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1482
Author: Oswald; Coutinho; Best
Year: 2000
Title: Community and school predictors of over representation of minority children in special education
Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University
Abstract: This report seeks to accomplish three purposes. First, present results of a conceptually based, empirical tudy of how a set of demographic, fiscal, and school-related factors are associated with the disproportionate representation of minority children in special education in American. Second, we provide specific recommendations for additional research ndeeded to betther understand how demographic, fiscal, and school-related variables influence disproportionality at the community level. Finally, we offer policy implications regarding how communitites might respond to disproportionality within the ontext of cimmunity characteristics and school resources.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1875
Author: Owens, D.; Arnold, K.; Coston, C.
Year: 1985
Title: Issues related to administrative planning: supporting transition to postseondary vocational training programs
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 7
Issue: 2
Pages: 25-27


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 488
Author: Owings, J., & Stocking, C.
Year: 1985
Title: High school and beyond: a national longitudinal study for the eighties: characteristics of high school students who identify themselves as handicapped.
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Center of Educational Statistics


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 143
Author: Padilla, C.L. & Jay, E.D.
Year: 1990
Title: Dropping out: a look at the problem in special education
Journal: Readings on Equal Education
Volume: 10
Pages: 193-225


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1876
Author: Page, B.; Chadsey-Rusch, J.
Year: 1995
Title: The community college experience for students with and without disabilties: a viable transition outcome?
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 18
Pages: 85-96


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1483
Author: Paisano, Edna L.
Year: 1993a
Title: We the americans: asians
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: US Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census
Pages: 1-8
Date: September
Keywords: asians
Abstract: From 1980-1990, there has been a 99% increase in the Asian population. In 1990, the largest Asian Americans are Chinese (24%), Filipinos (20%), and Japanese (12%). About 66% of Asians live in just five states - California, Hawaii, Illinois, Texas, and New York. Sixty-six percent of Asians are foreign born and their median age is younger (30 years old) compared to the national median (33 years old) in 1990. Families are larger than the average American family and educational level is varied. Nearly two-thirds speak their native language at home and are also more likely to participate in the labor force than the population as a whole. More Asian family members are in the work force and also have higher paying occupations because of higher education levels. The Japanese had the highest per capita income and the Hmong had the lowest. Asian have higher poverty rates than Americans despite the higher median income.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1484
Author: Paisano, Edna L.
Year: 1993b
Title: We the americans: pacific islanders
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: US Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census
Pages: 1-7
Date: September
Keywords: Pacific Islanders
Abstract: Between 1980 and 1990, Pacific Islanders had a 40% population increase. They include Polynesians, Micronesians, and Melanesians. About 75% of Pacific Islanders live in California and Hawaii. Most are native born with only 13% that are foreign born. The median age for Pacific Islanders is 25 years in 1990 which is much lower than the Asian (30) and total population (33) median ages. Families are generally larger because of higher fertility rates and traditions of maintaining strong and extended families. Hawaiians had the highest rates of completion for high school and bachelor's degree. One-fourth speak a language other than English at home. They are well represented in the work force with one-third employed in technical, sales, and administrative support jobs. Pacific Islander's per capita income is below the national average and the poverty rate is higher than for all Asian and Pacific Islanders.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 12
Author: Palafox, N. & Warren, A.
Year: 1980
Title: Cross-cultural caring "a handbook for healthcare professionals in hawaii"
Journal: Transcultural Healthcare Forum, U.S.A.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 987
Author: Palloff, R.M., & Pratt, K
Year: 1999
Title: Building learning communities in cyberspace
Keywords: learning, communities


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 988
Author: Palmer, B.
Title: Enforced isolation: a study of the needs of dual sensory disabled people living in leicestershire.
Publisher: Royal Leicestershire Rutland & Wycliffe Society for the Blind
Keywords: enforced; Leicestershire


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1485
Author: Pang, V.O.
Year: 1990
Title: Asian american children: a diverse population
Journal: Educational Forum
Volume: 55
Issue: 1
Pages: 49-66


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1486
Author: Paniagua, Freddy A.
Year: 1994
Title: Assessing and treating culturally diverse clients: a practical guide
Series Title: Multicultural Aspects of Counseling Series 4
City: Thousand Oaks
Publisher: Sage Publications
Call Number: BF637.C6 P264 1994


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 489
Author: Parette, P.
Year: 1999
Title: Transition and assistive technology planning with families across cultures
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Pages: 213-231


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 490
Editor: Park, P., Brydon-Miller, M., Hall, B. & Jackson, T.
Year: 1993
Title: Voices of change: participatory research in the united states and canada
City: Westport, CT
Publisher: Bergin & Garvey


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1487
Editor: Park, Clara C.; Chi, Marilyn Mei-Ying
Year: 1999
Title: Asian-american education: prospects and challenges
City: Westport, CN
Publisher: Bergin & Garvey


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1488
Author: Park, Hyun-Sook; Lian, Ming-Gon John
Year: 2001
Title: Introduction to special series on culturally and linguistically diverse learners with severe disabilities
Journal: JASH
Volume: 26
Issue: 3
Pages: 135-137


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 144
Author: Parrish, T.
Year: 1995
Title: What is fair? special education and finance equity
City: Palo Alto, CA
Institution: Center for Special Education Finance, American Institutes for Research
Pages: Brief # 6


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1489
Author: Pati, Gopal C.; Bailey, Elaine K.
Year: 1995
Title: Empowering people with disabilities: strategy and human resource issues in implementing the ada
Journal: Organizational Dynamics
Pages: 52-69
Date: Winter
Abstract: This article is focused towards policy-makers, executives, OB/HR scholars, and practitioners in a discussion on how to integrate people with disabilities into the organization's system. While two out of three people with disabilities are able to and want to work, 66% are actually unemployed. Technology is seen as a way to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities on and off the job as well as a way to make people with disabilities more of an asset than non-disabled people without basic skills. The benefits of employing people with disabilities include improving productivity and building viable organizations. People with disabilities have been shown to have a higher motivation to work, have better work performance, have stronger work ethics, have a higher regard for quality of work, and greater dependability. The result of hiring people with disabilities will give the organization a competitive advantage as well as benefiting the overall economy.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 13
Author: Pati, G.
Year: 2002
Title: Employment of people with disabilities: a conceptual framework and trends.
City: Honolulu, Hawaii
Institution: International Disability and Diversity Studies Institute
Date: February 28 - March 2, 2002


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 491
Author: Patterson, G., Reid, J., & Dishion, T.J.
Year: 1992
Title: Antisocial boys
City: Eugene, OR
Publisher: Castalia


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 989
Author: Patterson, Jeanne Boland; Patrick, Adele; Parker, Randall M.
Year: Summer 2000
Title: Choice: ethical and legal rehabilitation challenges
Journal: REHABILITATION COUNSELING BULLETIN
Volume: 43
Issue: 4
URL: http://www.worksupport.com/Main/proed9.asp


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1978
Author: Patton, M.
Year: 1980
Title: Qualitative evaluation methods
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 990
Author: Patton, M.Q.
Year: 1990
Title: Qualitative evaluation and research methods
City: Newbury Park
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
Edition: 2nd
Keywords: qualitative; methods


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 991
Author: Patton, Michael Quinn
Year: 2002
Title: Qualitative research & evaluation methods
City: Thousand Oaks
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
Edition: 3rd
ISBN: 0-7619-1971-6
Keywords: qualitative; conceptual; research; evaluation; methods


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1490
Author: Paul, Stanley
Year: 2000
Title: Students with disabilities in higher education: a review of the literature
Journal: The College Student Journal
Volume: 34
Issue: 2
Pages: 200-210
Date: June
Abstract: Higher education in the United States undergoes change in response to modifications in the perceived needs of the society, legislative policies and social attitudes. As a result, the student pool has changed considerably in higher educational institutions, which includes every type of disability. Literature shows that students with disabilities often faced additional challenges in their educational environment. As the number of students with disabilities seeking to complete their college education increases across the country, these additional issues present problems to this emerging population. These students face both physical and attitudianl barriers within the university environment. This article presents a review of the literature about the status of students with disabilities in higher education in the United States.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 492
Author: Pauly, E., Kopp, H., & Hamison, J.
Year: 1994
Title: Home-grown lessons: innovative programs linking work and high school
City: New York
Publisher: Manpower development research corporation


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 493
Author: Pearman, E.L., Huang, A.M., et al
Year: 1992
Title: Educating all children in school: attitudes and beliefs about inclusion
Journal: Education and Training in Mental Retardation
Volume: 27
Pages: 176-182


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 992
Author: Peetsma, T.; Vergeer, M.; Roeleeld, J.; Karsten, S.
Year: 2001
Title: Inclusion in education: comparing pupils' development in special and regular education
Journal: Education Review
Volume: 53
Issue: 2
Pages: 126=135
Date: 2001
Keywords: inclusion, education, comparing, pupils, development, special, regular


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 494
Author: Penn, J.R. & Dudley, D.H.
Year: 1980
Title: The handicapped student: problems and perceptions
Journal: Journal of College Student Personnel
Volume: 21
Pages: 355-357


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1491
Author: Penny, Carolyn M.; Forney, Albert; Milner Harlee, Tanya
Year: 1995
Title: Preparing educators for multicultural classrooms
City: Chapel Hill
Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 993
Author: Percy, Stephen L.
Year: 1989
Title: Disability, civil rights, and public policy: the politics of implementation
City: Tuscaloosa
Publisher: The University of Alabama Press
Number of Pages: 43
Keywords: disability; civil rights; public policy; implementation


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 495
Author: Perez, E. & Gordon, P.
Year: 1995
Title: Embracing diversity in the delivery of rehabilitation and related services
Editor: S. Walker, L.A. Turner, M. Haile-Michael, A. Vincent, & M.D. Miles
Book Title: Disability and diversity: New leadership for a new era
Publisher: Harvard University Research and Training Center


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1492
Author: Perez, Emilio; Gordon, Phyllis
Year: 2001
Title: Embracing diversity in the delivery of rehabilitation and related services
Producer: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: January 17
Keywords: Diversity
rehabilitation
Abstract: This article examines barriers faced by persons with disabilities from minority groups in accessing rehabilitation and other services. Some major barriers include communication problems and the cultural differences of the client and counselor. Some recommendations include: 1) ESL training for the client or use a counselor that speaks the client's primary language, 2) retraining or on-the-job training and finding other individuals or agencies who can help with the process, 3) reduce paperwork so that counselors have more time with clients, and 4) counselors should visit home of client to gain family support and establish network of community-based agencies.
URL: http://www50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/pubs/diverse/perez.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1493
Author: Perna, Laura Walter
Year: 2000
Title: Differences in the decision to attend college among african americans, hispanics, and whites
Journal: The Journal of Higher Education
Volume: 71
Issue: 2
Pages: 117-41
Date: March/April


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 496
Author: Peters, M.T. & Heron, T.E.
Year: 1993
Title: When the best is not good enough: an examination of best practice
Journal: Journal of Special Education
Volume: 26
Pages: 371-385


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 994
Author: Peters, B. Guy
Year: 1999
Title: Institutional theory in political science
City: London
Publisher: A Cassell imprint
Number of Pages: 151
Label: MJ
Keywords: political science


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 995
Author: Peterson, R.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: The transition to postsecondary education: collaborative supports in st. paul
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 8-9


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 497
Author: Petty, D., & Kolvitz, M.
Year: 1996
Title: Accommodating support needs of students who are deaf and hard of hearing in their college of choice
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 243-255


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1494
Author: Petty, Debra Martin; Kolvitz, Marcia
Year: 1996
Title: Accommodating support needs of students who are deaf and hard of hearing in their college of choice
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 243-255
Keywords: Support in college
Abstract: Though there has been an increase in the numbers of deaf and hard of hearing students going to universities and colleges, the services for these particular students may not be in process. This article describes a variety of support services that should be available to assist deaf and hard of hearing students to be successful in postsecondary institutions. These suggestions include building an inclusive educational community, organizing support services, providing services from a home base, having an advisor, counselor, mentor, or coordinator to provide services, evaluating customer satisfaction, and more. An important key to delivering these services is to have students who can self-advocate and are informed of what is available.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 498
Author: Pfeiffer, D. & Finn, J.
Year: 1997
Title: The americans with disabilities act: an examination of compliance by state, territorial, and local governments in the usa
Journal: Disability and Society
Volume: 12
Pages: 753-773


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 499
Author: Pfeiffer, D., AhSam, A., Guinan, M., Ratliffe, K., & Robinson, N.
Year of Conference: 1999
Title: Ethnicity and religion: different views on disability
Conference Name: Western Social Science Association; Section on Chronic Disease and Disability
Conference Location: Fort Worth, TX
Date: April 21-24


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 500
Author: Pfeiffer, D., AhSam, A., Ratliffe, K., Robinson, N., & Guinan, M.
Year of Conference: 1999
Title: Ethnicity, religion, and perspectives on disability in the helping professions
Conference Name: Society for Disability Studies
Conference Location: San Diego, CA


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 996
Author: Pfeiffer, David
Year: 2001
Title: The changing nature of disability policy and its distributive impact
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 4
Pages: 151-169
Date: 2001
Keywords: disability policy


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 997
Author: Pfeiffer, D.; Scotch, R.; al., et
Year: 2002
Title: International disability & diversity studies institute
City: Honolulu,
Publisher: Center of Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Number of Pages: 1-35
Keywords: international, disability, diversity, institute


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 502
Author: Phelps, L.A. & Frongillo, M.C.
Year: 1986
Title: Preparing vocational educators to serve special population youth: an exploratory evaluation and follow-up study
Journal: Journal of Vocational Education and Technical Education
Volume: 3
Issue: 1
Pages: 33-44


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 503
Author: Phelps, L.A. & Wermuth, T.R.
Year: 1992
Title: Effective vocational education for students with special needs: a framework
City: Berkeley, CA
Publisher: University of California, National Center for Research in Vocational Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1179
Author: Phelps, L.A., Hernandez-Gantes, V., Jones, J., & Holub, T.
Year: 1995
Title: Students' indicators of quality in emerging school-to-work programs
Journal: Journal of Vocational Education Research
Volume: 20
Issue: 2
Pages: 75-101


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 501
Author: Phelps, A. & Hanley-Maxwell, C.
Year: 1997
Title: School-to-work transitions for youth with disabilities: a review of outcomes and practices
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 67
Pages: 197-226


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1495
Author: Phelps, Allen; Hanley-Maxwell, Cheryl
Year: 1997
Title: School-to-work transitions for youth with disabilities: a review of outcomes and practices
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 67
Issue: 2
Pages: 197-226
Date: Summer 1997
Abstract: This review looks at the postsecondary education and employment outcomes for youth with disabilities after leaving secondary school. In addition, it includes studies of educational practices that have reported high-quality outcomes. Differences were found in post-school outcomes by ethnicity. African American and Hispanic students with disabilities are less likely to be competitively employed than White students with disabilities after leaving school. Further, African Americans students lag behind White and Hispanics students in percentage employed as well as in earnings. Some factors that have correlated with successful employment or vocational outcomes for students with disabilities are family characteristics, socioeconomic status, IQ, type of handicap, ethnicity, gender, independent living skills, academic skills, high math ability, reading, math, and writing, and application of academic skills in communication and problem solving. Employment during the high school years has also been shown to consistently affect better post-school employment. The following characteristics of the instructional process were assessed as significantly essential to effective instruction for teaching youth with disabilities: assessment and evaluation, counseling and referral, program placement, remediation, specialized services, tutoring, job placement, and follow-up. Further, consultation and collaboration between regular and special educators is pivotal to the delivery of instruction for youth with disabilities who are put in regular classrooms. Individualized curriculum planning, including modification of curriculum goals along with their IEP is also very important. Education in age-appropriate settings, usually regular classrooms in the latter school years have resulted in successful post-school outcomes for students with disabilities. Work experience, supports with locating employment, and the use of friends or family members to find jobs have all shown to be very important for students with disabilities finding employment after high school. Finally, vocational and academic skills need to be incorporated into the school curriculum to meet the demands of the workplace.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 999
Author: Phillips, Marilynn J.
Year: 1990
Title: Damaged goods: oral narratives of the experience of disability in american culture
Journal: Social Science and Medicine
Volume: 30
Issue: 8
Pages: 849-857
Date: 1990
Keywords: disabled; folklore, american culture; popular media
Author Address: 2213 Harvey Grummel Rd, Hampstead, MD 21074

Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1000
Author: Phillips, V.
Year: 1999
Secondary Title: The Visual University Gazette
Publisher: Monthly newsletter ISSN#1099-4262. Available online: http://www.geteducated.com/vugaz.htm
Number: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1496
Author: Pi, Edmond H.
Year: 2001
Title: Pacific regional conference on asians and pacific islanders with disabilties
City: Sacramento, CA
Institution: California Governor's Committee for Employment of Disabled Persons
Pages: 1-15
Date: October 19
Abstract: This paper examines disabilities in the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) cultures. Causations of disabilities include religious explanations, genetics, fatalistic (resignation to one's fate), being possessed by evil spirit, infectious and contagious, bad luck, moralistic, cosmic or mystic (ancestor's deeds), psychological (shame and guilt), physiological (Ying and Yang), social (culture shock), and nutritional. API families tend to isolate their disabled family member at home and away from the public. This is especially true when they have a genetic disorder, mental disability, or other disorder with physical deformities. Families seek help when they can no longer care of the person but sometimes, this may be too late for even remedial assistance. According to the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (1988), culturally diverse persons with disabilities have high unemployment rates because they: 1) experience twice the discrimination as non-disabled people in the minority community, 2) have less affordable and available educational opportunities , 3) have inadequate housing and transportation in disadvantaged communities which may worsen their employment barriers, 4) lack role models and mentors in the workplace, 5) have less available job training, job coaching, or internships, 5) have a lack of support from religious organization and mainstream and minority communities, and 6 ) their cultural differences are not understood by organizations that are supposed to support their employment needs.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1180
Author: Pierangelo, R. & Crane, R.
Year: 1997
Title: Complete guide to special education transition services
City: West Nyack, NY
Publisher: The Center for Applied Research in Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1497
Author: Platero, P.R.; Brandt, E.A.; Witherspoon, G.; Wong, P.
Year: 1986
Title: Navajo students at risk: final report for the navajo area student dropout study
City: Window Rock, AZ
Institution: Navajo Division of Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1181
Author: Plath, D.W.
Year: 1975
Title: Aging and social support
Institution: Committee on Work and Personality in the Middle Years. Social Science Research Council


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 2002
Author: Policy, The Institute for higher education
Year: 1999
Title: Tribal colleges: an introduction
City: Washington
Pages: 1-26
Keywords: Tribal colleges, American Indians,self-determination


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1498
Author: Poon-McBrayer, Kim Fong; Garcia, Shernaz B.
Year: 2000
Title: Profiles of asian american students with ld at initial placement in special education
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 33
Issue: 1
Pages: 61-73
Date: Jan/Feb
Abstract: Although Asian American students are underrepresented in special education, recent studies have highlighted concerns about the cultural and linguistic appropriateness of the identification and placement process. This study examined the characteristics of Asian American elementary students with learning disabilities (LD) in a school district in the Southwest that was selected because it served the largest number of Asian American students with LD in the state. Due to the small numbers of students served, the sample included all Asian American students with LD in Grades K to 5 (N=26). Variables of interest included students' demongraphic characteristics, factors associated with referral, assessment practices and student profiles, and instructional recommendations for special education services. The results suggest that the experiences of Asian American students with LD are similar to those of Mexican American students with LD reported in earlier studies. These findings also reflect the challenges faced by educators in providing appropriate educational services for language minority students.


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1182
Editor: Pope, A.M. & Tarlov, A.R.
Year: 1991
Title: Disability in america: toward a national agenda for prevention
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Academy Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1001
Author: Porter, A.
Year: 1994
Title: The thorny, problems of equity
Journal: Education Week
Volume: 13
Issue: 26
Pages: p34, 2p. 2bw
Date: March 23, 1994
Accession Number: 9409160664
Keywords: thorny, problems, equity


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1877
Author: Posthill, S.M.; Roffman, A.J.
Year: 1991
Title: The impact of transitional training program for young adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Issue: 619-629


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1002
Author: Postschool Outcomes Network
Year of Conference: 2001, February
Title: Postschool outcomes network meeting summary
Conference Name: Post School Network
Conference Location: Washington, D.C.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1003
Author: Powell, Walter W.; DiMaggio, Paul J.
Year: 1991
Title: The new instititutionalism in organizational analysis
City: Chicago
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Keywords: institutionalism; analysis


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1183
Author: Powers, L., Sowers, J., & Stevens, T.
Year: 1995
Title: An exploratory study of the impact of mentoring on the self-confidence and community-based knowledge of adolescents with severe physical challenges
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 61
Pages: 33-41


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1184
Author: Powers, L.E., Singer, G.H.S., & Sowers, J.A.
Year: 1996
Title: On the road to autonomy: promoting self-competence in children and youth with disabilities
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2037
Author: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities
Title: Cultural diversity initiative
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: 6/24
Keywords: CLD, NAACP, NUL, employment
URL: http://www.50.pcepd.gov/pcepd/profects/cultural.htm


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1004
Author: Pressman, Jeffrey L.; Wildavsky, Aaron
Year: 1984
Title: Implementation: how great expectations in washington are dashed in oakland; or why it's amazing that federal programs work at all, this being a saga of economic developemt administration as told by two sympathetic observers who seek to build morals on a foundation of ruined hopes.
City: Okland
Publisher: University of California Press
Edition: 3rd
Keywords: implementation; ruined


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1499
Author: Price-Ellingstad, Debra; Berry, Hugh G.
Title: Postsecondary education, vocational rehabilitation and students with disabilities: gaining access to promising futures
Journal: American Rehabilitation
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 3-10
Date: Winter 1999/2000
Keywords: Postsecondary, Rehabilitation, Disabilities, Futures, VR agencies, HEATH Resource Center, HEA
Abstract: This articles provides a wealth of information regarding employment history for persons with disabilities. It also focuses on the responsiblities of HEATH, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) agencies and Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA). The Universal Design is also discussed and how it can increase access for persons with disabilities into regular education classrooms.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1185
Author: Primoff, E.S.
Year: 1973
Title: How to prepare and conduct job element examination
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Civil Service Commission


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1500
Author: Prince, Cynthia
Year: 2002
Title: The challenge of attracting good teachers and principals to struggling schools
Producer: American Association of School Administrators
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 13
Keywords: Academic preparation, CLD, poverty
Abstract: This paper analyzes the following complex issue: The best education personnel have traditionally been recruited to serve high-achieving, affluent, collegebound students who were believed to hold the greatest promise of success, but now school systems are being held accountable for improving the performance of all schools and all students – and the only way to truly accomplish that goal would seem to require allocating both human and financial resources according to greatest need. Redressing the imbalance will require concerted efforts that may include policy changes (e.g., waiving residency requirements), monetary incentives, and non-monetary incentives (e.g., improving working conditions, reducing class sizes).
URL: http://www.aasa.org/issues_and_insights/issues_dept/challenges_teachers_principals.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1005
Author: Proctor, D.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Unique occupational skills programming: pine technical college
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 12


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1176
Author: Programs, Office of Special Education
Year: 1992
Title: Fourteenth annual report to congress on the implementation of the individuals with disabilities education act
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1177
Author: Programs, Office of Special Education
Year: 1996
Title: Services anticipated to be needed by exiting students with disabilities: results of the second pass field test
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Eighteenth annual report to Congress on the Implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Act


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 303
Author: Project, EASE
Year: 1994


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 304
Author: Project, EASE
Year: 1994
Title: EASE project: equal access for students to education and experience
Institution: ERIC Document No. ED 386 836


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1007
Author: Pumpian, Ian; Fisher, Douglas; Certo, Nicholas J.; Smalley, Kim
Year: 1997
Title: Changing jobs: an essential part of career development
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 35
Issue: 1
Pages: 39-48
Date: 1997 February
Keywords: job; career development


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1006
Author: Pumpian, Ian; Fisher, Douglas; Certo, Nicholas J.; Engel, Thomas; Mautz, Denise
Year: 1998
Title: To pay or not to pay: differentiating employment and training relationships through regulation and litigation
Journal: CDEI
Volume: 21
Issue: 2
Pages: 187-202
Date: 1998 Fall
Keywords: employment; training; regulation; litigation
URL: ipumpian@mail.sdsu.edu
Author Address: Interwork Institute, 5850 Hardy Avenue, #112, San Diego, CA 92181

Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1187
Author: Putnam, J.W.
Year: 1993
Title: Cooperative learning and strategies for inclusion
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1008
Author: Quenemoen, R.F. ; Lehr, C.A.; Thurlow, M.L.; Massanari, C.B
Year: 2001
Title: Students with disabilities in standards-based assessment and accountability systems: emerging issues, strategies, and recommendations
City: Minneapolis
Institution: University of Minnesotra
Pages: 1-16
Date: February, 2001
Keywords: disabilities, standards-based, Assessment, accountability, strategies, recommendations


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1009
Author: Quenemoen, R. F.; Lehr, C. A. ; Thurlow, M. L.; Massanari, C. B.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Students with disabilities in standards-based assessment and accountability systems: emerging issues, strategies, and recommendations
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1501
Author: Quinn, Mary M.; Rutherford, JR., Robert B.; Leone, Peter E.
Year: 2001
Title: Students with disabilities iin correctional facilities
Producer: ERIC, Educational Resources Information Center
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/11
Abstract: Youth with disabling conditions are overrepresented in juvenile correctional facilities (Burrell & Warboys, 2000). Many special educators, parents, and advocates are interested in ensuring that these youth receive the education and related services to which they are entitled under federal and state statutes. Until recently, however, the nature and extent of overrepresentation, the educational services provided, and the credentials of teachers in juvenile corrections have not been adequately examined.

The Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice, in collaboration with the National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice (CECP/EDJJ), recently completed a national survey of the prevalence of youth with disabilities in juvenile detention, and in juvenile and adult correctional facilities in the United States. Preliminary analysis of findings from the survey of public and private facilities and state agencies sheds light on the status of education services to youth with disabilities in juvenile detention, and in juvenile and adult correctional facilities (Quinn, Rutherford, Wolford, Leone, & Nelson, 2001). This digest presents the survey's major findings on the prevalence of students with disabilities in correctional facilities and the educational and related services offered to them.
URL: http://ericec.org/digests/e621.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2038
Author: Rademacher, J.A.; Taymans, J.M.
Year: 1998
Title: Issues in working with older adults with learning disabilities: transition at any age
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 20
Issue: 30
Pages: 9-18


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1010
Author: Radtke, R.; Skouge, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Mentoring and role modeling in the ocean of potentially program and its impact towards a new paradigm
Journal: Disabilities Studies Quarterly
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#013-H01
Keywords: mentoring, role modeling, potentiality, program imacts, paradigm, postsecondary ed.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1696
Author: Radtke, Richard; Skouge, James
Year: 2001
Title: Mentoring and role modeling in the ocean of potentiality program and its impact towards a new paradigm
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Author Address: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq/_articles_html/2001/Winter/dsq_2001_Winter_09.html

Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1694
Author: Radtke, Richard; Gilmore, Shane; Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2002
Title: An ocean of potentiality: inclusion of persons with disabilities in science, engineering and mathematics
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1695
Author: Radtke, Richard; Gilmore, Shane; Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #14
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1697
Author: Radtke, Richard; Skouge, James
Year: 2002
Title: Personal perspectives from professionals mentoring and role modeling in the ocean of potentiality program its impact towards a new paradigm
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Support, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1502
Author: Ramasamy, Rangasamy
Year: 1996
Title: Post-High school employment: a follow-up of apache native american youth
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 174-179
Keywords: Unemployment, post-secondary, Native American,
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to assess the post-high school employment status of Apache Native American youth. In 1992, face-to-face interviews were conducted with 106 former high school students who exited from Alchesay High School between 1988 and 1992. Fourteen students who received special education services and 19 who received general education were employed. The remaining 38 special education students and 35 general education students expressed various reasons for their unemployment. The unemployed Apache youth stated that their lives would be better off if they had suitable employment. Results are discussed in light of their cultural implications for employment and the transition mandates of the IDEA.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1503
Author: Ramasamy, Rangasamy; Duffy, MaryLou; Camp, Jimmy L. Jr.
Year: 2000
Title: Transition from school to adult life: critical issues for native american youth with and without learning disabilities
Journal: CDEI
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Keywords: transition, Native American, unemployment, learning disabilities
Abstract: In an effort to examine the transition status of Apache Native American school leavers, a 38-item survey collected information from these two groups were compred in the areas of school perception, employment status, independent living status, and social adjustment, which all have been identified previously in esearch as important to successful transition from school to adult life. The results indicated higher rates of unemployment and stustance abuse, as well as longer peiors of cohabiitation in the parental residence for the student with leanring disabilities than their peers without learning disabilities. Participants with learning disabilites also were less likely to live independently and earn at or above the minimum wage. Students perceptions of school concerning important course work t attain and keep employment were similar. both groups of former students expressed general satisfaction with their lives. Results are discussed in light of their cultural implications for postsecondary education, employement, and independent living.


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 1504
Author: Rangel, Elizabeth S.
Year: 1986
Title: Handicapped language minority students: past, present and future
Academic Department: Linguistics
City: Washington, D.C.
University: Georgetown University
Number of Pages: 1-34
Thesis Type: M.S.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1505
Author: Rao, S.S.
Year: 2000
Title: Perspectives of an african american mother on parent-professional relationshipis in special education
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 38
Issue: 6
Pages: 475-488
Keywords: special education, african american, services, disabilities
Abstract: The articles begins with a review of literature that points to the low participation of African American families in the special education process and argues that this analysis is counter to the history of African American families partnerships with schools and the value of education in African American culture. The articles describes the methodology used in a qualitative study that focused on the parent-professional relationship in the provision of special education services from the parent (mother's) perspective. The findings indicate that there is a tension between the parent and the professional that stems from how professional's use terminology regarding the identity of the child. The research also found that parents begin to distrust the professionals and that the parent felt that evaluations of the child were also a judgment of the parent. The article concludes with the argument that enhancing the comfort level of the parent would not necessarily be attained by simply working with a professional with the same cultural or ethnic background. The article concludes that African American families are looking for professionals who are sincere and genuinely interested in the academic success of the child, regardless of the cultural background of the professional.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1506
Author: Rapp, Whitney
Year: 1997
Title: Success with a student with limited English proficiency: one teacher's experience
Journal: Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 121-37
Abstract: This article investigates one way in which teachers can help students with limited English proficiency (LEP) be successful in English-speaking classrooms. The principles of the Early Literacy Project reflect what researchers have found to be beneficial for students with LEP. This article is motivated by the need to find ways to help students from CLD backgrounds succeed in school without leaving behind the cultural traditions and values they bring from the home.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1189
Author: Raskind, M.
Year: 1993
Title: Assistive technology and adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 16
Pages: 185-196


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1979
Author: Raskind, M.
Year: 1994
Title: Assistive technology for adults with learning disabilities: a rationale for use
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Andover Medical Publishers


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1980
Author: Raskind, M., & Higgins, E.
Year: 1995
Title: Effects of speech synthesis on the proofreading efficiency of postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 18
Pages: 141-158


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1190
Author: Raskind, M., Higgins, E. & Herman, K.
Year: 1997
Title: Technology in the world for persons with learning disabilities
Editor: Brown, P. Gerber & J.
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1981
Author: Raskind, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Assistive technology for postsecondary students with learning disabilities: an overview
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
URL: http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/mOGYZ/1_31/62702582/print.jhtml


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2039
Author: Raskind, M.H.; Higgins, E.L.
Year: 1998
Title: Assistive technology for postsecondary education: an overview
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 31
Pages: 27-40


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 146
Author: Raskind, M.H., Goldberg, R.J., Higgins, E.L. & Herman, K.L.
Year: 1999
Title: Patterns of change and predictors of success in individuals with learning disabilities: results from a twenty-year longitudinal study
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 14
Issue: 1
Pages: 35-49


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1982
Author: Raskind, M., & Higgins, E.
Year: 1999
Title: Speaking to read: the effects of speech recognition technology on the reading and spelling performance of children with learning disabilities
Journal: Annals of Dyslexia
Volume: 49
Pages: 251-281


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1507
Author: Raskind, Marshall H.; Goldberg, Roberta J.; Higgins, Eleanor L.; Herman, Kenneth L.
Year: 2002
Title: Teaching 'life success' to students with ld: Lessons learned from a 20-year study
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 37
Issue: 4
Pages: 201-208
Date: March


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1191
Author: Razeghi, J.A.
Year: 1996
Title: The challenge for career development: preventing special education dropouts
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Children
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Pages: 145-155


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1508
Author: Razeghi, Jane A.
Year: 1998
Title: Transition support resource center: a joint project among george mason university, fairfax county public schools, and alexandria city schools
City: Fairfax
Institution: George Mason University
Report Number: Grand Award: H158D50012-07
Abstract: This was a collaborative project between Fairfax County Public Schools, Alexandria City Public Schools, and George Mason University. The purpose of the Transition Support Resource Center was to develop, implement, evaluate, and disseminate new and improved components and strategies to identify, recruit, train, and place youth who (l) have been identified as seriously emotionally disturbed (behavior disordered) and/or learning disabled and who (2) have dropped out of school or are at risk of dropping out of school. The proposal for this project was written in response to a request for proposal (RFP) from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education. The RFP expressed a federal interest in the development of a model project which would specifically address the needs of minority youth who were at-risk of dropping out of school. It was planned to be what would now be called an "interim alternative educational"setting. Students are enrolled in the program for a period of 90 days, although there may be some exceptions. Many of the students referred to the program would have dropped out of school due to suspension or expulsion.

Many of the students with and without disabilities who were identified as eligible for this program had already been suspended or expelled due to serious discipline problems (assault, weapons, and drugs) in the public schools. Some were returning from state or juvenile correctional institutions. In all cases, the administrators at the students’ base schools did not want them to return directly to their base schools. Because special education students who are frequently suspended and or expelled from school tend to drop out of school, these students were considered a population in great risk of dropping out of school. It was never intended that a separate program for students with disabilities would be established, so at risk students with and without disabilities were served in this unique program.
URL: http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/sped/tri/final500.htm


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1192
Author: Reder, S. & Vogel, S.A.
Year: 1997
Title: Lifespan employment and economic outcomes for adults with self-reported learning disabilities
Editor: P.J. Gerber, D.S. Brown
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1193
Author: Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Sections 503 and 504, Pub. L. No. 93-112


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 150
Author: Rehyner, J.
Year: 1991
Title: Plans for dropout prevention and special school support services for american indian and alaskan native students
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Department of Education, Indian Nations at Risk Task Force


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1878
Author: Reiff, H.B.; DeFur, S., & Taymans, J.
Year: 1992
Title: Transition for youths with learning disabilities: a focus on developing independence
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 15
Pages: 237-249


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 148
Author: Reiff, H.B., Gerber, P.J. & Ginsberg, R.
Year: 1995
Title: New perspectives on teaching from successful adults with learning disabilities
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 16
Issue: 1
Pages: 29-37


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 147
Author: Reiff, H.B., Gerber, P.J. & Ginsberg, R.
Year: 1996
Title: What successful adults with learning disabilities can tell us about teaching children
Journal: Teaching exceptional children
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 10-16


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1509
Author: Reiff, Henry B.; Gerber, Paul J.; Ginsberg, Rick
Year: 1996
Title: What successful adults with learning disabilities can tell us about teaching children
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 10-16
Date: Nov/Dec 1996
Call Number: LC3950.T43
Keywords: Learning disabilities
Abstract: This article gives suggestions for strategies that teachers can employ to motivate students' desires for success and achievement. Using a strengths model instead of deficit model to look at learning for individuals with learning disabilities, the authors present new educational approaches. The approaches for the learning-disabled include: 1) teaching strategies to anticipate problems; 2) inviting successful adults with learning disabilities to be role-models; 3) emphasizing the process instead of just product; 4) providing opportunities for success to increase motivation; 5) helping students to be more goal-oriented; 6) helping students to learn more about themselves - their strengths and weaknesses; 7) emphasizing self-responsibility; 8) making students accountable for their actions; 9) encouraging students to be involved in confidence-building experiences; 10) developing peer support groups so that students can learn from each other; 11) providing school counseling services to explore issues related to learning disabilities; 12) teaching students about persistence; 13) teaching students about goodness of fit (choose work or other environments that maximize their potential for strengths and minimize their weakness); 13) facilitating students to learn about their creativity and strategies that work; and finally, 14) creating environments that are empowering and nurturing.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1194
Author: Reiff, H.B.
Year: 1997
Title: On the front line: thoughts from persons with learning disabilities in the workplace
Editor: P.J. Gerber, D.S. Brown
Book Title: Learning disabilities and employment
Publisher: ERIC Document No. ED 409 691


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1011
Author: Reiman, J.W.; Johnson, P.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Proceedings of the national symposium on children and youth who are deaf-blind.
City: Monmouth
Publisher: Teaching Research Publications
Keywords: symposium; proceedings


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 149
Author: Reis, S.M., Neu, T.W., & McGuire, J.M.
Year: 1997
Title: Case studies of high-ability students with learning disabilities who have achieved
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 63
Issue: 4
Pages: 463-479


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1195
Author: Reiss, S. & Aman, M.G.
Year: 1997
Title: The international consensus process on psychopharmacology and intellectual disability
Journal: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
Volume: 41
Issue: 6
Pages: 448-455


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 467
Author: Research, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation
Year of Conference: 1992
Title: Consensus validation conference
Conference Location: Washington DC: U.S. Dept. of Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 468
Author: Research, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation
Year: 1997
Title: Building participatory action research partnerships in disability and rehabilitation research
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 469
Author: Research, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation
Year: Notice of Proposed Long Range Plan for Fiscal Years 1999-2004


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1013
Author: Research and Training Center for Independent Living
Year: 2001, June
Title: Writing for the non-researcher
Place Published: RIIL Homepage
Publisher: http://www.lsi.ukans.edu/apps/riil/WritingforNonResearcher.html


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1196
Author: Reskin, B., & Roos, P.
Year: 1990
Title: Job queues, gender queues
City: Philadelphia
Publisher: Temple University Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1510
Author: Reskin, B.; Roos, P.
Year: 1990
Title: Job queues, gender queues
City: Philadelphia, PA
Publisher: Temple University Press


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1983
Author: Reskin, B., & Roos, P.
Year: 1990
Title: Job queues, gender queues
City: Philadelphia
Institution: Temple University


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1197
Author: RESNA
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Proceedings of the rehabilitation engineering and assistive technology society of north america
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1014
Author: Reyes, Daniel Alvarez
Year: 1993
Title: A basic need for deafblind people
Journal: Deafblind Education
Issue: July - December 1993
Pages: 5-9
Date: July - December 1993
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1511
Author: Reyner, J.
Year: 1991
Title: Plans for dropout prevention and special school support services for american indian and alaska native students
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Department of Education, Indian Nations at Risk Task Force


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1512
Author: Rezentes III, William C. Ph.D.
Title: Ka lama kukui hawaiian psychology: an introduction
Abstract: Establishing healthy therapeutic relationships between therapists/healers and Hawaiians requires a clear understanding of cultural issues affecting both the therapist/healer and the Hawaiian client.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1015
Author: Rheingold, H.
Year: 1993
Title: The virtual community
Keywords: virtual, community, homesteading, electronic, frontier


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1198
Author: Rhodes, W.A. & Brown, W.K.
Year: 1991
Title: Why some children succeed despite the odds
City: New York
Publisher: Prager


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1199
Author: Rice, F.P.
Year: 1996
Title: Adolescent development, relationships, and culture
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1513
Author: Ridley, Charles R.; Li, C.
Year: 1998
Title: Multicultural assessment: reexamination, reconceptualization, and practical application.
Journal: Counseling Psychology Quarterly
Volume: 26
Pages: 827-86
Keywords: assessment, multicultural, minority
Abstract: Investigation of the issues and problems associated with multicultural assessment and a focus on incorporating cultural considerations in the assessment process. A challenge facing mental health professionals working with culturally diverse clients is the determination of whether those clients' behaviors reflect abnormal personality or are culturally normative.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1016
Author: Ringaert, L.
Year: 1998
Title: The delivery of assistive technology viewed from the consumer perspective: independent living considerations
Book Title: RESNA '98 Proceedings: The State of the Arts and Science, Annual Conference
City: Minneapolis, MN
Publisher: June 26-30, 1998
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1200
Author: Ritter, D.R.
Year: 1989
Title: Teachers' perceptions of problem behavior in general and special education
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 55
Pages: 559-564


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1017
Author: Ritter, C.L.; Chel, C.S.; Irby, B.
Year: 1999
Title: Concerning inclusion: perceptions of middle school students, their parents, and teachers
Journal: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Pages: 10
Date: Spring, 1999
Keywords: Inclusion, perceptions, middle school, parents, teachers


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1201
Author: Robinson, N.
Year: 1999
Title: Inquiry-based learning in argumentative and alternative communication
City: Los Angeles, CA
Institution: CSUN Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities
Date: March 19, 1999


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 151
Author: Roderick, M.
Year: 1993
Title: The path to dropping out: evidence for intervention
City: Westport, CT
Publisher: Auburn House


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1202
Author: Roessler, R.T.
Year: 1991
Title: A problem-solving approach to implementing career education
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Children
Volume: 14
Pages: 59-66


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1018
Author: Roessler, Richard T.; Brown, Patricia L.; Rumrill, Phillip
Year: 1998
Title: Self-advocacy training: preparing students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability
Volume: 13
Issue: 3
Pages: 20-31
Date: 1998 Fall
Keywords: self-advocacy


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 14
Author: Roffman, A.J.
Year: 2000
Title: Meeting the challenges of learning disabilities in adulthood
City: MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1203
Author: Rogan, L.L. & Hartman, L.D.
Year: 1990
Title: Adult outcome of learning disabled students ten years after initial follow-up
Journal: Learning Disabilities Focus
Volume: 5
Pages: 91-102


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1514
Author: Rogers-Dulan, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Religious connectedness among urban african american families who have a child with disabilities.
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 36
Issue: 2
Pages: 91-103
Keywords: religion, disability, african american
Abstract: This article is based on the conceptual perspective that religion is beneficial people are faced with difficult or stressful situations. The article reports on research literature that argues the lower levels of African American mothers of a child with a disability compared to their White counterparts could be attributed to religion and family networks. The article indicates that religious values and spiritual beliefs are integral parts of African American heritage and that it is connected to all aspects of African American life. In addition to turning to family, African Americans rely on intrinsic spirituality as a way of finding meaning in adverse situation and they often turn to other religious groups before seeking professional help. The results of a quantitative study presented in this article reported a negative relationship between all domains of religious connectedness and the depressive/stress indicators, which suggests that as religious connectedness increased, depression decreased.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 152
Author: Rojewski, J.W.
Year: 1996
Title: Educational and occupational aspirations of high school seniors with learning disabilities
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 62
Pages: 463-476


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1515
Author: Rojewski, J.W.
Year: 1999
Title: Occupational and educational aspirations and attainment of young adults with and without ld 2 years after high school completion
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 32
Issue: 6
Pages: 533-552
Date: Nov/Dec
Abstract: LD, occupation, education, attainment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1019
Author: Romaniuk, Karen; Snart, Fern
Year: 2000
Title: Enhancing employability: the role of prior learning assessment and portfolios
Journal: Career Development International
Volume: 5
Issue: 6
Pages: 318-322
Abstract: Examines the role of prior learning assessment, the portfolio method specifically, in workforce development. Despite the continuous evolution of work, organizational provisions for career development have not necessarily progressed to reflect advancing demands on workers. Organizations may better enable the contemporary workforce to embrace the shift from employment to employability through encouraging enhancement of both personal and professional growth. Incorporation of the portfolio process promises to augment organizational learning and development approaches by more effectively supporting workers in taking greater responsibility for managing their own careers.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1020
Author: Romer, Lyle T.; Haring, Norris G.
Year: 1994
Title: The social participation of students with deaf-blindness in educational settings
Journal: Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 134-44
Date: June 1994
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blindness; social; participation


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1204
Author: Rosenbaum, J.E.
Year: 1976
Title: Making inequality: the hidden curriculum of high school tracking
City: New York
Publisher: Wiley


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1021
Author: Rosenberg, Richard L.; Bolton, Bonnie
Year: 2001
Title: Transition is a component of the education process
Journal: TASH Connections
Volume: 27
Issue: 9
Pages: 22-24
Date: September 2001
Keywords: transition; component


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1879
Author: Rosenthal, I.
Year: 1989
Title: Model transition programs for learning disabled high school and college students
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 33
Issue: 1
Pages: 54-66


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1880
Author: Roth, V.
Year: 1991
Title: Students with learning disabilities and hearing impairment: issues for the secondary and postsecondary teacher
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Pages: 391-397


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1516
Author: Roueche, John E.; Ely, Eileen E.; Roueche, Suanne D.
Year: Dec 2000/Jan 2001
Title: Challenges of the heart: pursuing excellence at the community college of denver
Producer: Community College Journal
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 12
Keywords: CLD, community college, postsecondary success
Abstract: Describes special efforts at the Community College of Denver which have proved successful in supporting access and retention of high-risk students (most of whom come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds).
URL: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Content/ContentGroups/CC_Journal/Dec_2000_Jan_2001/p30-35.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1022
Author: Rowland, Charity; Schweigert, Philip
Year: 2001
Title: Problem solving: for deaf-blind kids the approach is hands-on
Journal: Innovations in Deaf-Blindness
Pages: 8-10
Keywords: deaf-blindness


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1205
Author: Roy, A., Dimigen, G., & Taylor, M.
Year: 1998
Title: The relationship between social networks and the employment of visually impaired college graduates
Journal: journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Volume: 92
Pages: 423-432


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1517
Author: Roy, A.; Dimigen, G.; Taylor, M.
Year: 1998
Title: The relationship between social networks and the employment of visually impaired college graduates
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness
Volume: 92
Pages: 423-432


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1023
Author: Rubin, Stanford E.; Millard, Richard P.
Year: 1991
Title: Ethical principles and american public policy on disability
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 57
Issue: 1
Pages: 4
Date: Jan-March 1991
Label: MJ
Keywords: american; policy; principles


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1024
Author: Rudy, Dennis W.; Rudy, Ellen L.
Year: 2001
Title: Report on career pathways: a success story in berrien county, michigan
City: Michigan
Institution: Berrien County Intermediate School District
Date: June 1, 2001
Report Number: ED457408
Abstract: Independent evaluators examined the progress of the Berrien County Intermediate School District in Berrien County, Michigan, in implementing Michigan's Career Preparation System. The evaluation established that the district has provided the leadership, training, resources, and continued support to implement a systemwide school-to-career reform effort throughout the district. The district has effectively engaged school leaders, teachers, business and industry, community colleges and universities, and economic organizations in developing educational experiences and partnerships to provide all students with the academic course work, technical training, work behavior, knowledge, and skills for success in their chosen career. The district was offering programs in six career pathways reflecting all major occupational clusters. The evaluation revealed strong evidence of the following outcomes of implementations of the Career Preparation System: (1) career pathways support enriched curricula and high academic standards; (2) career pathways increase student performance and academic achievement; and (3) career pathways students are better prepared to define career goals and make plans for their future. The evaluators praised the district for collecting "customer satisfaction" data from seniors who had participated in the career pathways model but recommended that program evaluation efforts be expanded to include longitudinal studies of students' employment outcomes and postsecondary education enrollment. (MN)
URL: http://www.edrs.com/Webstore/Download.cfm?ID=678907&CFID=551398&CFTOKEN=64801783


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1206
Author: Ruhl, K.L. & Berhoff, D.H.
Year: 1992
Title: Research on improving behaviorally disordered students' academic performance: a review of the literature
Journal: Behavioral Disorders
Volume: 17
Issue: 3
Pages: 178-190


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2040
Author: Ruoff, J.
Year: 2001
Title: The student with a brain injury: achieving goals for higher education
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.heath.gwu.edu/PDFs/Brain%20Injury.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1025
Author: Rupnow, S.K.; Park, H.C.; Starbuck, D.E.
Title: Refining policies and services for aapis-why bother?
Journal: Information Brief
Volume: 1
Issue: 3
Pages: 1-4
Keywords: refining, policieis, services, AAPI
satisfaction


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1984
Author: Rusch, L., Destefano, J., Chadsey-Rusch, L.A., Phelps, & Szymanski, E.
Title: Transition from school to adult life?
City: Sycamore, IL
Number of Pages: 71-91


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 153
Author: Rusch, F.R., Hughes, C. & Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1991
Title: Descriptive analysis of secondary special education and transition services model programs
City: Urbana-Champaign
Institution: Secondary Transition Intervention Effectiveness Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Abstract: OSERS, postsecondary, programs


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 154
Author: Rusch, F.R., Kohler, P.D. & Hughes, D.
Year: 1992
Title: An analysis of osers-sponsored secondary special education and transitional services research
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 15
Pages: 121-143


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1207
Author: Rusch, F.R., DeStefano, L., Chadsey-Rusch, J., Phelps, L.A. & Szymanski, E.
Year: 1992
Title: Transition from school to adult life: models, linkages, and policy
City: Sycamore, IL
Publisher: Sycamore


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 155
Author: Rusch, F.R., Kohler, P.D. & Rubin, S.
Year: 1994
Title: Descriptive analysis of osers-sponsored postsecondary education model programs
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 15
Pages: 121-143


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1208
Author: Rusch, F.R., Enchelmaier, J.F., & Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1994
Title: Employment outcomes and activities for youths in transition
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Children
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-16


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1518
Author: Rusch, Frank R.; Kohler, Paula D.; Rubin, Stephen
Year: 1994
Title: Descriptive analysis of osers-sponsored postsecondary education model programs
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
Pages: 53-63
Date: Spring
Call Number: LC3950.C37
Keywords: postsecondary
Abstract: This article reports on outcomes from 45 postsecondary model demonstration projects and how they serve students with disabilities. Some barriers mentioned by model program developers were lack of student participation, lack of support staff, lack of administrative support, and transportation


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1026
Editor: Rusch, F.R.; Chadsey, J.G.
Year: 1998
Title: Beyond high school: transition from school to work
City: Belmont, CA
Publisher: Wadsworth
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1027
Author: Russell, Deb
Year: 2002
Title: The illinois benefits education for transition-age youth project
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 26
Keywords: Illinois, benefits


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1881
Author: Ryan, A.G.; Heikkila, M.K.
Year: 1988
Title: Learning disabilities in higher education: misconceptions
Journal: Academic Therapy
Volume: 24
Pages: 177-192


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1882
Author: Ryan, A.G.; Price, L.
Year: 1992
Title: Adults with ld in the 1990s
Journal: Interventions in School and Clinic
Volume: 28
Pages: 6-15, 18-20


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1760
Author: S. Walker, K.A. Turner, M. Haile-Michael, A. Vincent, & M. Miles
Year: 1995
Title: A celebration of neurons: an educators guide to the human brain


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1028
Author: Sacks, S.Z.; Kekelis, L.S.; Gaylord-Ross, R.J.
Year: 1992
Title: The development of social skills by blind and visually impaired students: exploratory studies and strategies
City: New York
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind
Keywords: exploratory; strategies; social


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 1519
Author: Sadao, K.C.
Year: 1995
Title: Variables influencing academic career choice and success of ethnic and racial minority faculty at a state research university
Academic Department: Education
City: Honolulu
University: University of Hawaii


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1209
Author: Sailor, W., Skritic, T.
Year: 1995
Title: Modern and postmodern agendas in special education: implications for teacher education, research and policy development
Editor: Paul, J., Roselli, H. & Evans, D.
Book Title: Integrating school restructuring and special education reform
City: New York
Publisher: Harcourt Brace
Pages: 418-433


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1029
Author: Saito, R.N., & Blyth, D. A.
Year: 1992
Title: Understanding mentoring relationships
Journal: AAAS Publication 98-025
Keywords: mentoring, relationship


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1520
Author: Sanders, Mavis G.
Year: 1996
Title: School-family-community partnerships and the academic achievement of african american, urban adolescents
Institution: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk
Pages: 1-15
Date: November, 1996
Report Number: 7
Keywords: Academic preparation
African American
CLD
Urban
Abstract: This research used a representative sample of 826 African-American eighth grade students in an urban school district in the southeastern US to study how local institutions (schools, families, churches, etc.) influence academic achievement. The research was based on a theoretical model of "overlapping spheres of influence" of the major institutions that socialize and educate children. A central principle of this theory is that certain goals, such as student academic success, are of mutual interest to each of these institutions and are best achieved through their cooperative action and support. The students participating in the research completed a five-point Likert-type questionnaire that measured the following: teacher support, parental support, church involvement, achievement ideology (belief about the importance of school for future success), academic self-concept, and school behavior. Academic achievement was also calculated, based on self-reported grades. The results indicate that teacher support, parental support, and church involvement all contribute positively to student achievement ideology, academic self-concept, school behavior, and academic achievement. These results raise the following question for further study: How can institutional resources, both material and nonmaterial, be most effectively used to promote the academic and personal success of all students?
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report07entire.html


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1030
Author: Sanderson, P.L
Title: American indian rehabilitation research and traning center
Pages: 1-4
Keywords: american, indian, rehabilitation, research, training center


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1210
Author: Sanderson, P.R.
Year: 1995
Title: Outreach services for American Indians
Institution: President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1521
Author: Santos, Rosa; Fowler, Susan; Corso, robert; Bruns, Deborah
Year: 2000
Title: Acceptance, acknowledgment, and adaptability: selecting culturally and linguistically appropriate early childhood materials
Journal: The Council for Exceptional Children
Pages: 1-22
Date: Jan/Feb
Keywords: families, brochures, vidoetapes, culturally linguistically diverse, audiotapes
Abstract: This article discussess ways service providers can enhance their working relationship with familites of children with special needs. Practical guidelines are offered to service providers when selecting materials they plan to use and share with children and their families, such as curriculum packages, information packages, brochures, CD-ROMs, videotapes, and audiotapes. These guidelines are based on the work at the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Early Childhood Research Institute.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1032
Author: Santos, Silvia J.; Reigadas, Elena T.
Year: 2002, January
Title: Latinos in higher education: an evaluation of a university faculty mentoring programs (EJ650699)
Journal: Journal of Hispanic Higher Education
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Pages: 40-50
Notes: copy not obtained yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1522
Author: Sapon-Shevin, Mara; Zollers, Nancy J.
Year: 1999
Title: Multicultural and disability agendas in teacher education: preparing teachers for diversity
Journal: Leadership in Education
Volume: 2
Issue: 3
Pages: 165-190


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1883
Author: Satcher, J.
Year: 1993
Title: College-bound students with learning disabilities: role of the school counselor
Journal: School Counselor
Volume: 40
Pages: 343-347


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1033
Author: Sauerburger, Dona
Year: 1993
Title: Independence without sight or sound: suggestions for practitioners working with deaf-blind adults.
City: New York
Publisher: American Foundation for the Blind Press
Keywords: independence; deaf-blind


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1034
Author: Sax, Caren; Noyes, David; Fisher, Douglas
Year: 2001
Title: High school inclusion + seamless transition = desired outcomes
Journal: TASH Connections
Volume: 27
Issue: 9
Pages: 17-20
Date: September 2001
Keywords: inclusion; seamless;


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1523
Author: Sax, Caren L.; Thoma, Colleen A.
Year: 2002
Title: Transition assessment: wise practices for quality lives
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes
Number of Pages: 145
ISBN: 1-55766-570-2
Keywords: transition, assessment, disabilities, supports, individualized, strategies
Abstract: The book shows readers how to implement individualized transistion assessments that illuminate each student's chosen path. Readers will discover innovative ways to open exciting opportunities to - and raise the expectations of - people with disabilities and their families.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1524
Author: Sax, Caren; Noyes, David; Fisher, Douglas
Year of Conference: 2002
Title: High school inclusion + seamless transition = desired outcomes: a brief report
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Keywords: Inclusion, seamless transition


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1035
Author: Sayer, D.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Linking vocational rehabilitation and postsecondary education
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 6


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1211
Author: Scanlon, D.J., Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1996
Title: Can a strategy be taught and learned in secondary inclusive classrooms?
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 34
Pages: 22-56


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1525
Author: Scanlon, David; Mellard, Daryl F.
Year: 2002
Title: Academic and participation profiles of school-age dropouts with and without disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 68
Issue: 2
Pages: 239-258
Keywords: Academic preparation
Disabilities
Emotional disabilities
Behavioral disabilities
Learning disabilities
Dropouts
Abstract: Young adults with learning disabilities (LD) or emotional or behavioral disorders (EBD) tend to achieve below their nondisabled peers in secondary school. They typically lack proficiency in academic skills and are less prepared for the world of work. A disproportionate percentage of these students drop out of school. Some of the dropouts find their way to adult education to pursue a General Educational Development (GED) diploma. Two hundred seventy-seven young adults with and without LD/EBD were interviewed regarding their school and post-dropout experiences. Findings indicate that factors such as disability status, when individuals drop out, and self-perspectives influence education participation.
URL: http://journals.cec.sped.org/EC/Archive_Articles/VOLUME68NUMBER2WINTER2002_EC_Article6.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1526
Author: Scattone, Dorothy; Lee, Howard B.
Year: 1999
Title: Structure of multicultural attitudes toward disabilities
Journal: North American Journal of Psychology
Volume: 1
Issue: 2
Pages: 255-260
Keywords: attitudes, disability, multicultural, cultural differences


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1212
Author: Schalock, R.L.
Year: 1986
Title: Employment outcomes from secondary school programs
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 7
Issue: 6
Pages: 37-39


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1884
Author: Scheiber, B.; Talpers, J.
Year: 1987
Title: Unlocking potential: college and other choices for learning disabled people-a step-by-step guide
City: Bethesda, MD
Publisher: Adler and Adler Publishers


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1215
Author: Scherer, M.J.
Year: 1996
Title: Living in the state of stuck: how technology impacts the lives of persons with disabilities
City: Cambridge, MA
Publisher: Brookline Books


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1213
Author: Scherer, M. & Galvin, J.
Year: 1997
Title: Assistive technology
Editor: Kumar, S.
Book Title: Perspectives in rehabilitation ergonomics
City: London
Publisher: Taylor & Francis


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1214
Author: Scherer, M. & Lane, J.
Year: 1997
Title: Assessing consumer profiles of ideal assistive technologies in ten categories: An integration of quantitative and qualitative methods
Journal: Disability and Rehabilitation
Volume: 19
Pages: 528-535


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1885
Author: Schildroth, A.; Rawlings, B.; Allen, T.
Year: 1991
Title: Deaf students in transition: education and employment issues for deaf adolescents
Journal: Volta Review
Volume: 93
Issue: 5
Pages: 41-53


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1216
Author: Schlosser, E.
Year: 1998
Title: The prison-industrial complex
Journal: Atlantic Monthly
Pages: 51-77


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1217
Author: Schmidt, J.L., Deshler, D.D., Schumaker, J.B., & Alley, G.R.
Year: 1989
Title: Effects of generalization instruction on the written language performance of adolescents with learning disabilities in the mainstream classroom
Journal: Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities
Volume: 4
Pages: 291-309


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1036
Author: Schminky, Mignon M.; Baran, Jane A.
Year: 1999
Title: Central auditory processing disorders: an overview of assessment and management practices
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 7
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-6
Date: Fall 1999
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind; central auditory; assessment;


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1037
Author: Schoeller, Kris
Year: 2002
Title: Supporting families to coordinate cross-agency benefits and utilize work incentives
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 6-7; 29
Keywords: cross agency; work incentives


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1218
Author: Schon, D.
Year: 1983
Title: The reflective practitioner: how professionals think in action
City: New York
Publisher: Basic Books


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1219
Author: Schriner, K.F. & Roessler, R.
Year: 1989
Title: Students' views on employment: toward an agenda for improved service
Editor: Putten, J.J. Vander
Book Title: Reaching new heights: Proceedings of the 1989 AHSSPPE conference
City: Columbus, OH
Publisher: Assoc. on Handicapped Student Service Programs in postsecondary education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1038
Author: Schroedel, John G.; Geyer, Paul D.
Year: 2000
Title: Long-term career attainments of deaf and hard of hearing college graduates: results from a 15-year follow-up survey
Journal: American Annals of the deaf
Volume: 145
Issue: 4
Pages: 303-314
Date: 2000
Keywords: deaf-blind


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1222
Author: Schumaker, J.B., Hazel, J.S., & Pederson, C.S.
Year: 1988
Title: Social skills for daily living: a curriculum
City: Circle Pines, MN
Publisher: American Guidance Service


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1221
Author: Schumaker, J.B. & Deshler, D.D., & McKnight, P.C.
Year: 1991
Title: Teaching routines for content areas at the secondary level
Editor: Stoner, G., Shinn, M.R., & Walker, H.M.
Book Title: Interventions for achievement and behavior problems
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: National Association of School Psychologists
Pages: 374-395


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1220
Author: Schumaker, J.B. & Deshler, D.D.
Year: 1992
Title: An analysis of learning strategies interventions for students with learning disabilities: results of a programmatic research effort.
Editor: Wong, B.Y.L.
Book Title: Intervention research with students with learning disabilities
City: New York
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Pages: 40-52


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1886
Author: Schwartz, S.A.; Peterson, S.L.
Year: 1993
Title: Perceptions of quality: implications for the retention of students in postsecondary vocational education programs
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 3
Pages: 13-18


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1527
Author: Schwartz, W.
Year: 1996
Title: A guide to communicating with asian american families
Institution: Eric Document Reproduction (Service No. ED 396-014)


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1528
Author: Schwartz, Wendy
Year: 2000
Title: School practices to promote the achievement of hispanic students
Journal: Clearinghouse on Urban Education Digest
Volume: 153
Issue: March
Abstract: The dropout rate among Hispanic youth is unacceptably high; nearly one in three students fails to graduate from high school. There are a number of reasons why, but most importantly, Hispanic youth do not believe that remaining in school will materially improve their future lives.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1529
Author: Schwartz, Wendy
Year: 2001
Title: School practices for equitable discipline of african american students
Journal: Clearinghouse on Urban Education Digest
Volume: 166
Issue: September
Date: 2001
Keywords: cultural competence, discipline, behavior management
Abstract: African American students believe they are triply disadvantages: "Unjustly accused, unfairly silenced, and unnecessarily punished". They are, in fact, far more likely than whites to be suspended. Schools are now realizing that the consequences of discipline disparities based on race can prevent the educational success of an entire category of young people. Thus, many employ a range of strategies to ensure the equitable treatment of African American students specifically, and the fairness and educative value of their discipline procedures in general. This digest presents a brief review of the practices whose success has been demonstrated.
URL: http://eric-web.tc.columbia.edu/digests/dig166.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1530
Author: Schwiebert, Valerie L.; Sealander, Karen A.; Bradshaw, Monica L.
Year: 1998
Title: Preparing students with attention deficit disorders for entry into the workplace and postsecondary education
Journal: Professional School Counseling
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 26-32
Date: October
Keywords: ADHD, characteristics, postsecondary education, strategies


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1888
Author: Scott, S.S
Year: 1990
Title: Coming to terms with the "otherwise qualified" student with a learning disability
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 23
Pages: 398-405


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1887
Author: Scott, S.S.
Year: 1991
Title: A change in legal status: an overlooked dimension in the transition to higher education
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 24
Pages: 459-466


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1889
Author: Scott, S.S.
Year: 1991
Title: College writing labs: are they meeting the needs of students with ld
Journal: Intervention in School & Clinic
Volume: 26
Pages: 170-174


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1039
Author: Scott, Richard
Year: 1992
Title: Organizations: rational, natural and open systems
City: New Jersey
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Edition: 3rd
Keywords: organizations; open; systems


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1729
Author: Scott, S.S.
Year: 1996
Title: Understanding colleges: an overview of college support services and programs available from transition planning through graduation
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 217-230


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1040
Author: Scott-Parker, Susan; Holmstrom, Radhika
Year: 1995
Title: The outsiders. (uk disability rights movement)
Journal: New Statesman & Society
Volume: 8
Issue: 339
Pages: 2
Date: Feb 10, 1995
Label: MJ
Keywords: U.K.; outsiders; rights; movement


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1730
Author: Scucccimarra, D.; Speece, D.
Year: 1990
Title: Employment outcomes and social integration of students with mild disabilities: the quality of life two years after high school.
Journal: The Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 23
Pages: 213-219


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1728
Author: Scwarz, S.L.; Taymans, J.M.
Year: 1991
Title: Urban vocational/technical program completers with learning disabilities: a follow-up study.
Journal: Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 13
Pages: 15-20


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1731
Author: Searcy, S.; Meadows, N.
Year: 1994
Title: The impact of social structures on friendship development for children with behavior disorders.
Journal: Education and Treatment of children
Volume: 17
Pages: 255-267


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1732
Author: Seekins, T.; Balcazar, F.E.; Fawcett, S.B.
Year: 1986
Title: Consumer involvement in advocacy organization. volume III: project planning guide.
Place Published: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Research and Training Center at the University of Kansas


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1890
Author: Seidenberg, P.L.; Koenigsberg, E.
Year: 1990
Title: A survey of regular and special education high school teachers and college faculty: implications for program for secondary learning disabled students
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research
Volume: 5
Pages: 110-117


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1733
Author: Selener, D.
Year: 1997
Title: Participatory action research and social change.
Place Published: Ithaca, NY
Publisher: Cornell Participatory Action Research Network, Cornell University


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 1041
Author: Sense
Title: Deafblindness in older people; an information pack
Place Published: West Yorkshire
Publisher: Development Team
Pages: 28
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blindness; elderly; information pack


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1042
Author: Sense
Year: 2001, Spring
Title: Talking sense
Journal: Talking Sense
Volume: 47
Date: 2001. Spring
Keywords: sense


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 157
Author: Serebreni, R., Rumrill, P.D., Mullins, J.A., & Gordon, S.E.
Year: 1993
Title: Project excel: a demonstration of the higher education transition model for high-achieving students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability
Volume: 29
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-39


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1043
Author: Seymour, E., & Hunter, A
Year: 1998
Title: Talking about disability
Keywords: disability, work experience, graduate and undergraduates


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 38
Author: Shaffer, Harriet et al
Year: 1990
Title: Interventions and theory on stress and coping of families of children with disabilities
Journal: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 333 628
Pages: 32


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1531
Author: Shanley, James
Year: 1997
Title: Welfare reform and the tribal colleges: who's left holding the bag?
Journal: Tribal College Journal
Volume: 8
Issue: 4
Pages: 27-28


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1044
Author: Shapiro, E.C., Haseltine, F.P., & Rowe, M. P.
Year: 1978
Title: Moving up: role models, mentors, and the "patron system"
Journal: Sloan Management Review
Volume: 19
Issue: 3
Pages: 51-58
Keywords: moving up, role models, mentors, patron system


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1734
Author: Shapiro, E.S; Lentz, F.E.
Year: 1991
Title: Vocational-technical programs: follow-up of students with learning disabilities.
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 58
Pages: 47-59


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1532
Author: Sharpe, Michael N.; Johnson, David R.
Title: A 20/20 analysis of postsecondary support characteristics
City: MN
Number: MS#033-H01
Pages: 1-30
Keywords: Postsecondary supports, accommodations
Abstract: This study looks at data that was obtained from a national survey to see which characteristics of support services reflect high and low levels of capacity based on supports and accommodations available to students. The top 20% and bottom 20% of 2-year and 4-year public and private institutions were divided into two groups representing Low Capacity and High Capacity to examine issues such as staff-to-student ratios, disability types of students served, institution size, and service capacity. The results indicate that High Capacity institutions provide significantly more accommodations and supports to a more wide range of students with disabilities even with staff-to-students ratios that are the same or higher than Low Capacity institutions. Large, public institutions with more than 10,000 students were found to reflect a greater level of capacity than small, private institutions.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1046
Author: Sharpe, M. N.; Johnson, D.R.
Year: 2000
Title: Facilitating information access for postsecondary students with visual impairments who use braille: Issues and promising practices
Issue: Submitted for publication to Journal of Visual Impairments and Blindness, April, 2000


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 513
Author: Sharpe, M.N.; Johnson, D.R.; Mavis, A.; Rosen, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Individual experiences of persons with disabilities with state employment systems
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 32-42
Date: Winter
Keywords: consumer perspectives, employment strategies, state employment service systems
Abstract: Describes consumer perspectives and their interactions with state employment systems in a mid-western state in regards to : a) work-related decisions, b) access and assessment, c) experience with the system, and d) current employment situation and satisfaction.
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1045
Author: Sharpe, M.; Johnson, D.
Year: 2001
Title: A 20/20 analysis of postsecondary support characteristics
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Issue: 3/4
Pages: 169-177
Keywords: postsecondary, supports accommodations


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1699
Author: Sharpe, Michael; Johnson, D.; Mavis, A.; Rosen, D.
Year: 2001
Title: Individual experiences of persons with disabilities with state employment systems
Journal: The Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 32-41


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1698
Author: Sharpe, Michael
Year: 2002
Title: Longitudinal analysis of the experiences of students with disabilities with postsecondary support service systems-characteristics of effective support system
City: Minnesota
Institution: Institue on Community Integration:A Consortium Site, University of Minnesota


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1700
Author: Sharpe, Michael N.
Year: 2002
Title: Project grad
City: Minnesota
Institution: Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1533
Author: Shaughnessy, Brian; Yuen, JoAnn W.L.
Title: An intervention study: Banking on cultural captial - Creating value-added learning for persons with disabilities in postsecondary education setting
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa Center on Disability Studies, National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports.
Pages: 1-14
Report Number: MS#016f-H01
Keywords: postsecondary, disabilities, education setting
Abstract: The Findings Briefs encourages the use of self-determination curricula as a cultural empowerment strategy to connect students with disabilities to the campus at-large and enable them to persist in a postsecondary setting, and graduate with a degree. A four response strategy is advocated: 1) develop self-advocacy and self-determination curriculum to build life skills; 2) engage faculty and involve them in increasing cultural capital for all students; 3) identify services for students; and 4) ensure a coordinated system of supports that is student-centered and can be accessed from within the classroom. Persons most connected to mainstream social institutions, those possessing cultural capital, have a greater opportunity to assert their cultural and linguistic competencies and shape the norm. It was also found that higher interactions between faculty and students have positive effects on student retention. Students are morel likely to stay in college if they have positive experiences that reinforce commitments and intentions to the goal of finishing college. Further, the classroom is where academic learning may open the doors to social integration, and integration is one key to retention and persistence. Also provides implication for practice and policy.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 512
Author: Shaughnessy, B.; Yuen, J.
Year: 2000
Title: Cultural empowerment of students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Keywords: disability, postsecondary education, self-determination, related services, supports, cultural capital, locus of control
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1047
Author: Shaughnessy, B.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Advice from a college graduate: 'Just ask'
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 21


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 1701
Author: Shaughnessy, Brian; Yuen, JoAnn W.L.
Year: 2002
Title: Self-determination and self-advocacy strategies are now being positioned within postsecondary settings in an attempt to increase the number of students with disabilities who attend colleges and universities and improve graduation rates


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1534
Author: Shaw, Stan
Title: Postsecondary supports for students with disabilities
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 15
Keywords: postsecondary, supports, universal design, self-determination
Abstract: During the last two decades, postsecondary supports for students with disabilites have increased dramatically. Until recently, however, research has not been conducted to identify critical elements of postsecondary supports necessary to provide equal access for students with disabilities. Milestones in the development of postsecondary servicdes and the implications of recent research on productive components of postsecondary supports will be presented. Programmatic and instructional suupports appropriate to foster self-determination and provide equal opportunity for students with disabilities will be discussed.
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/capacity/paper/shaw_formatted.htm
Author Address: sfshaw@uconn.edu

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1891
Author: Shaw, S.F.; Brinckerhoff, L.C.; Kistler, J.K.; McGuire, J.
Year: 1991
Title: Preparing students with learning disabilities for postsecondary education: issues and future needs
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 2
Pages: 21-26


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1735
Author: Shaw, S.; McGuire, J.; Brinkerhoff, L.
Year: 1994
Title: College and university programming.
Editor: Reiff, P. Gerber & H.
Book Title: Learning disabilities in adulthood: Persisting problems and evolving issues.
City: Boston, MA
Publisher: Andover Medical Publishers


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1050
Author: Shaw, Stan F.; Dukes, Lyman L., III
Year: 2001
Title: Program standards for disability services in higher education
Journal: Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability
Volume: 14
Issue: 2
Pages: 81-90
Date: 2001 Spring
Keywords: program standards


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1048
Author: Shaw, Stan
Year: 2002
Title: Postsecondary supports for students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-15
Date: 2002
Keywords: postsecondary, supports, student, disabilities


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1535
Author: Shaw, Stan
Year of Conference: 2002
Title: Postsecondary supports for students with disabilities
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Keywords: postsecondary,self-determination, supports
Abstract: During the last two decades, postsecondary supports for students with disabilities have increased dramatically. Until recently, however, research has not been conducted to identify critical elements of postsecondary supports necessary to provide equal access for students with disabilities. Milestones in the development of postsecondary services and the implications of recent research on productive componenets of postsecondary supports will be presented. Programmatic and instructional supports appropriate to foster self-determination and provide equal opportunity for students with disabilities will be discussed.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1049
Author: Shaw, Stan
Year of Conference: March, 2002
Title: Postsecondary supports for students with disabilities.
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute: Supporting Individuals with Disabilities Accross Secondary School, Postsecondary School and Employment.
Conference Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
Publisher: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Keywords: accommodations, postsecondary education
URL: http://www.ncset.hawaii.edu/Institutes/Pdfs/proceedings_march_2002.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2041
Author: Shearin, A.; Roessler, R.T.; Schriner, K.
Year: 1999
Title: Evaluating the transition component in ieps of secondary students with disabilities
Journal: Rural Special Education Quarterly
Volume: 18
Issue: 20
Pages: 22-35


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1736
Author: Shepard, L.A.; Bliem, C. L.
Year: 1995
Title: Parents' thinking about standardized tests and performance assessments.
Journal: Educational Researcher
Volume: 17
Pages: 25-32


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1051
Author: Shields, C.
Year: 1987
Title: Strategies: a practical guide for dealing with professionals and human service systems.
City: Ontario, Canada
Publisher: Human Services Press


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 15
Author: Shriner, K.
Year: 2001
Title: A disability studies perspective on employment issues and policies for disabled people: an international view
Book Title: Handbook of Disability Studies
City: CA
Publisher: Sage
Pages: 642-660


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1536
Author: Shults, Christopher
Title: Remedial education: practices and policies in community colleges
Producer: American Associations of Community Colleges
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: November 12
Keywords: Community college, postsecondary success
Abstract: A survey of remedial education practices was sent to more than 1,100 public and independent community colleges, with a response rate of nearly 40%. Findings included: (1) about 36% of students new to higher education in Fall 1998 were taking at least one remedial course; (2) nearly 95% of institutions offer remedial courses in math, reading, and writing, about 44% in English as a Second Language, about 30% in science, and about 27% in adult basic education; (3) about 75% of institutions requiring assessment tests for all students also require placement in remedial courses; (4) about 76% of institutions award only institutional credit for remedial courses; and (5) about 45% of institutions provide contracted remedial education for business and industry.
URL: http://www.aacc.nche.edu/Content/ContentGroups/Research_Briefs2/Remedial.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1893
Author: Siegel, S.; Robert, M.; Waxman, M.; Gaylord-Ross, R.
Year: 1992
Title: A follow -along study of participants in a longistudinal transition program for youth with mild disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 58
Pages: 346-356


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1892
Author: Siegel, S.; Robert, M.; Greener, K.; Meyer, G.; Halloran, W.; Gaylord-Ross, R.
Year: 1993
Title: Career ladders for challenged youths in transition from school to adult life
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1537
Author: Sileo, Thomas W.; Sileo, Ann P.; Prater, Mary Anne
Year: 1996
Title: Parent and professional partnerships in special education: multicultural considerations
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 31
Issue: 3
Pages: 145-153
Date: January
Keywords: relationships, cultural diversity, partnerships, interventions
Abstract: The purposes of this article are to discuss issues associated with the increased diversity of students with exceptionalities and to offer suggesions that may facilitate improvement communication and relationships among parents, other family members from various cultures, and educational professionals.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1538
Author: Sileo, Thomas W.; Prater, Mary Anne
Year: 1998
Title: Creating classroom environments that address the linguistic and cultural backgrounds of students with disabilities
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 19
Issue: 6
Pages: 323-337
Date: November/December 1998
Keywords: Classroom environments
CLD students with disabilities
Abstract: Significant changes in the public school population throughout the United States are influenced by the increasing number of immigrants who enter the country annually. It is estimated that in the next 50 years the U.S. population will become exceedingly more ethnically diverse that is is at present. Immigrants from ASian and Pacific Rim countries are emigrating to the United States more rapidly than any other group. We discuss the impact of increasednumbers of Asian and Pacific Islander students in the context of spcecial education. In particular, we focus on the changing demographics of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the overall U.S. population and on the importance of designing and delivering special education serviceds that address their diverse cultural and linguistic characterisitics, culturally and linguistically relevant instructional practices, and parental involvement.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2042
Author: Simmons, L.
Year: 2000-2002
Title: Ideal lives project: college and disabilities
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.ideallives.com/generic.html?pid=229


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1539
Author: Simon, Marlene
Year: 2001
Title: Beyong broken promises: reflections on eliminating barriers to the success of minority youth with disabilities
Journal: JASH
Volume: 26
Issue: 3
Pages: 200-203
Keywords: minorities, disability, discrimination, barriers


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1737
Author: Siperstein, G. N.
Year: 1988
Title: Students with learning disabilities in college: the need for a programmatic approach to critical transitions.
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 21
Pages: 431-436


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1894
Author: Siperstein, G.N.
Year: 1988
Title: Students with learning disabilities in college: the need for a programmatic approach to critical transitions
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 13
Pages: 205-208


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1751
Author: Sitlington, P.L.; Frank, A.R., Sitlington, P.L., & Carson, R.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 159
Author: Sitlington, P.L. & Frank, A.R.
Year: 1990
Title: Are adolescents with learning disabilities successfully crossing the bridge into adult life?
Journal: Learning Disabilities Quarterly
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
Pages: 97-111


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 158
Author: Sitlington, P.L.
Year: 1996
Title: Transition to living: the neglected component of transition programming for individuals with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 29
Issue: 1
Pages: 31-39


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1540
Author: Siu, Sau-Fong
Year: 1996
Title: Asian american students at risk: a literature review
Institution: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk
Pages: 1-68
Date: December, 1996
Keywords: academic preparation
asian american
cld
Limited English proficiency
Poverty
Abstract: Much of the literature on Asian American students is focused on the high academic achievement of a large segment of this population. However, many Asian-American students are in fact at high risk of academic failure. The main purpose of this literature review is to assess the state of the art in research on Asian-American students in the public school systems who are at-risk of academic failure.
URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/Reports/report08entire.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1541
Author: Skilton-Sylvester, Ellen; Erwin, Eileen K.
Year: 2000
Title: Creating reciprocal learning relationships across socially-constructed borders
Journal: Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning
Volume: 7
Pages: 65-75
Date: Fall
Keywords: learning relationships, multicultural, intergenerational, tutoring


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1895
Author: Skinner, M.E.; Schenck, S.J.
Year: 1992
Title: Counseling the college-bound student with a learning disability
Journal: School Counselor
Volume: 39
Pages: 369-376


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 160
Author: Skinner, M.E.
Year: 1998
Title: Promoting self-advocacy among college students with learning disabilities
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 33
Pages: 278-283


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1053
Author: Skouge, J.; Radtke, R.; Klemm, B.; Zangerle, A.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Oceans of potentiality: supporting math and science careers in hawaii
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 20-21


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 161
Author: Skritic, T.
Year: 1991
Title: Students with special educational needs: artifacts of the traditional curriculum
Editor: Ainscow, M.
Book Title: Effective Schools for All
City: London, England
Publisher: Fulton Publishing
Pages: 87-99


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1738
Author: Skritic, T.
Year: 1995
Title: Exploring the theory/practice link in special education
City: New york
Publisher: Teachers College Press


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1739
Author: Slavin, R.E.
Year: 1987
Title: Ability grouping and student achievement in elementary schools: a best-evidence synthesis.
Journal: Review of Educational Research
Volume: 57
Pages: 347-350


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1741
Author: Slavin, R.E.
Year: 1990
Title: Achievement effects of ability grouping in secondary schools: a best evidence synthesis
Publisher: John Hopkins University. U.S. Department of Education


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 162
Author: Slavin, R.E. & Braddock, J.H.
Year: 1993
Title: Ability grouping: on the wrong track
Journal: College Board Review
Volume: 168
Pages: 11-17


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1740
Author: Slavin, R.E.; Braddock, J. H.
Year: 1994
Title: Ability grouping: on the wrong track.
Editor: Goodlad, J.; Keating, P.
Book Title: Access to knowledge: The continuing agenda for our nation's schools.
City: New York
Publisher: The College Board
Edition: Revised


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1054
Author: Slee, R.
Year: 2001
Title: Inclusion in practice: does practice make perfect?
Journal: Education Review
Volume: 53
Issue: 2
Pages: 113, 11p
Date: June, 2001
Accession Number: 4645519
Keywords: inclusion, practice, perfect


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1742
Author: Smart, J.F.; Smart, D. W.
Year: 1992
Title: Curriculum changes in multicultural rehabilitiation.
Journal: The Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 105-122


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1542
Author: Smart, J.F.; Smart, D.W.
Year: 1997
Title: The racial/ethnic demography of disability
Journal: The Journal of Rehabilitation
Volume: 63
Issue: 4
Pages: 121-130


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 163
Author: Smith, D.J. & Nelson, J.R.
Year of Conference: 1993
Title: Factors that influence the academic success of college students with disabilities
Conference Name: Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children
Conference Location: San Antonio, TX


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1055
Author: Smith, D. J., & Nelson, J.R.
Year: 1993
Title: Factors that influence the academic success of college students with disabilities
Date: 1993
Keywords: factors, influence, academic success, disabilities


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1059
Author: Smith, T.
Year: 1994
Title: Guidelines: practical tips for working and socializing with deafblind people
Keywords: guidelines; tips


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1543
Author: Smith, Daryl G.; Gerbick, Guy L.; Figueroa, Mark A.; Watkins, Gayle Harris; Levitan, Thomas; Moore, Leeshawn Cradoc; Merchant, Pamela A.; Beliak, Haim Dov; Figueroa, Benjamin
Year: 1997
Title: Diversity works: The emerging picture of how students benefit
City: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Association of American Colleges and Universities
ISBN: 0-911696-71-7
Abstract: Book covers new frameworks of studying diversity in higher education. The research findings include the following topics: 1) representation of minority populations (mentoring and improving access and retention); 2) campus climate and intergroup relations (evidence of campus climate difficulty, intergroup relations, and support services, programs, and centers); 3) education and scholarship (diversity in the curriculum and teaching strategies); and 4) institutional transformation (the effects of institutional commitment to diversity, special purpose institutions as models of commitment, and implementing institutional commitments to diversity).


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1743
Author: Smith, D.C.
Year: 1998
Title: Assistive technology: funding options and strategies.
Journal: Mental and Physical Disability Reporter
Volume: 22
Pages: 115-123


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1744
Author: Smith, R. O.; Stanley, M.K.; Edyburn, D.
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: Project impact: integrated multi-perspective access to campus technology
Conference Name: RESNA '98 Proceedings: The State of the Arts and Science Annual Conference
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN
Date: June 26-30, 1998


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1745
Author: Smith, S.J.; Jones, E.D.
Year: 1999
Title: Technology infusion: preparing teachers for transition services through web-based cases.
Book Title: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
City: Albany, New York
Publisher: Division on Career Development and Transition
Pages: 251-266


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2043
Author: Smith, S.J.; Jones, E.D.
Year: 1999
Title: Technology infusion: preparing teachers for transition services through web-based cases
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 22
Pages: 251-266


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1057
Author: Smith, Sue
Year: 2000
Title: The cruise to college success: a guide to the transition to college for students with disabilities
Keywords: cruise


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1544
Author: Smith, Daryl G.; Schonfeld, Natalie B.
Year: 2000
Title: The benefits of diversity: what research tells us
Journal: About Campus
Pages: 16-23
Date: November-December


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1056
Author: Smith, James
Year: 2002
Title: Planning for something other than poverty: benefits counseling in Vermont
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 16-17
Keywords: vermont


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1058
Author: smith, Sandra
Year: 2002
Title: The i can work! project: enhancing employability for youth with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 14-15
Keywords: employability


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1746
Author: Smrekar, C.
Year: 1996
Title: The influence of the family services coordinator on family-school interactions in school-linked social service programs.
Journal: Elementary School Journal
Volume: 96
Pages: 453-467


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1060
Author: Social Security Administration
Year: 2003
Title: Social security online: answers to your questions.
Producer: Social Security Administration
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: February 7th
URL: http://ssa-custhelp.ssa.gov/cgi-bin/ssa.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_refno=000526-000021&p_created=0959362523


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1061
Author: Somerville, N.; Wilson, D.J.
Year: 2002
Title: Employing and accommodating individuals with spinal cord injuries
City: New York
Institution: Cornell University
Pages: 1-4
Date: August, 2000
Keywords: employing, accommodating, individual, spinal cord, injuries


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 43
Author: Sowa, Claudia J., May, Kathleen M.
Year: 1997
Title: Expanding lazarus and folkman's paradigm to the social and emotional adjustment of gifted children and adolescents (SEAM)
Journal: Gifted Children Quarterly
Volume: 41
Issue: 2
Pages: 36-43


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1062
Author: Sowers, Jo-Ann; McLean, Debra; Owens, Cynthia
Year: 2002
Title: Self-directed employment for people with developmental disabilities: issues, characteristics, and illustrations
Journal: Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Volume: 13
Issue: 2
URL: http://www.worksupport.com/Main/proed19.asp


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1545
Author: Sparks, Scott
Year: 2000
Title: Classroom and curriculum accommodations for native american students
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 35
Issue: 2
Pages: 250-263
Date: May
Keywords: Native Americans, curriculum, culture-specific approach, educational goals, communication strategies, cultural sensitivity, teaching strategies.
Abstract: This article explores ways to enhance the classroom and the curriculum to meet the learning and social needs of Native American students. By using a culture-specific approach, the teacher helps to improve academic performance, social understanding, and acceptance by peers. Achieving these outcomes is a primary focus of this article.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1063
Author: SPENSE
Year: 2002
Title: Study of personnel needs in special education.
Journal: Available online at www.spense.org


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 36
Author: Spradley, J.
Year: 1979
Title: The ethnographic interview
City: New York
Publisher: Holt, Reinhart & Winston


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1896
Author: Spruill, J.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Implementing transition assessment: methods and instruction
Journal: LD Forum
Volume: 18
Issue: 3
Pages: 23-28


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1897
Author: Spruill, J.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Secondary assessment: Structuring the transition process
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 8
Pages: 127-132


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 164
Author: St. Germaine, R.
Year: 1995
Title: Dropout rates among american indian and alaska native students: beyond cultural discontinuity
Journal: ERIC Digest


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1064
Author: Stamps, Delores B
Year: 1986, November
Title: Self-concept of ability, self-esteem, locus of control and perception of the opportunity structure as predictors of coping ability among selected black college students
Journal: Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities & Social Sciences
Volume: 47
Issue: 5-A
Pages: 1565


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1546
Author: Stanley, Christine A.; Rohdieck, Stephanie V.; Tang, Li
Year: 1999
Title: An exploratory study of the teaching concerns of asian american students
Journal: Journal of Excellence in College Teaching
Volume: 10
Issue: 1
Pages: 107-127
Keywords: asian americans, stereotypes, identity, model minority, learning needs, recommendations


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1065
Author: Stefany, R.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: I can be anything
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 17


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1749
Author: Stern, D.; Stone, J.; Hopkins, C.; McMillion, M.; Crain, R.
Year: 1994
Title: School-based enterprise: productive learning in american high schools.
City: San Francisco
Publisher: Jossey Bass


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1750
Author: Stern, V.; DuBois, P.
Year: 1994
Title: You're in charge: a career-planning guide in science, mathematics, and engineering for college students with disabilities and the advocates and advisors who work with them.
Publisher: ERIC Documentation Reproduction Service
Edition: ED 387752


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1748
Author: Stern, D.; Finkelstein, N.; Stone, J.R.; Latting, J.; Dornsife, C.
Year: 1995
Title: School to work: research on programs in the united states
City: London
Publisher: The Falmer Press


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1066
Author: Sternberg, M.L.
Year: 1994
Title: American sign language dictionary
City: New York
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers, Inc.
Keywords: dictionary


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1898
Author: Stineman, R.M.; Morningstar, M.E., Turnbull, A.P., & Turnbull, H.R.; Bishop, B.; Turnbull, H.R.
Year: 1993
Title: Role of families in transition planning for young adults with disabilities: toward a method of person-centered planning
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 3
Issue: 2
Pages: 56-61


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1547
Author: Stoddard, S.; Jans, L.; Kraus, L.
Year: 1998
Title: Chartbook on work and disability in the united states: an inhouse report
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 509
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Whelley, Teresa; Harding, Tom; Chang, Chuan
Title: Current status of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports
Keywords: postsecondary education, educational support services, higher education, student with disability(SWD), assistive technology, survey, frequency of provision
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 510
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Stodden, Norma Jean; Soon Kim-Rupnow, Weol; Thai, Nghi; Galloway, L.M.
Title: Providing effective support services for culturally and linguistically diverse persons with disabilities: challenges and recommendations
City: Honolulu
Keywords: cultural competence, culturally and linguistically diverse persons with disabilities, literature review, postsecondary outcomes, researcher sensitivity


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1072
Author: Stodden, R.; Dowrick, P.; Stodden, N.J.; Gilmore, S.
Title: 4/27 A review of secondary school factors influencing postschool outcomes for youth with disabilities
Collection Title Secondary School Factors
City: Honolulu
Number: 1
Pages: 1-41
Type of Work: manuscript
Keywords: review, secondary, factors, postschool, outcomes, youth, disabilities
URL: www.rrtc.hawaii.edu.EMAIL:rrtc@cds.hawaii.edu
Author Address: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii, Manoa, 1776 University Avenue, UA 4-6. Honolulu, HI, 96822

Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1075
Author: Stodden, Robert.; Stodden, N.J.; Gilmore, S; Galloway, L.M.
Title: Review of secondary school curricula issues and impact upon access and participation of youth with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Number: 1
Pages: 1-39
Keywords: review, secondary, curricula, issues, impact, access, participation, youth, disability, postsecondary
Author Address: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa,
1776 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI, 96822- (808) 956-9199 Fax (808) 956-5713

Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1080
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Conway, M.A.
Title: Supporting individuals with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu, Hawaii
Pages: 1-20
Type: Report
Keywords: supporting, individuals, disabilities, postsecondary education


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1081
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Dowrick, P.; Gilmore, S.; Galloway, L.M.
Title: A review of secondary school factors influencing postschool outcomes for youth with disabilities
Collection Title Secondary School Factors
City: Honolulu, Hawaii
Number: 1
Pages: 2-44
Type of Work: Manuscript
Accession Number: MS#043-H01
Keywords: review, secondary, factors, postschool, outcomes, youth, disabilities
Author Address: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, Center on Disability Studies/UCE
University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1776 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96822 - tel. # (808) 956-9199 fax - (808) 956-5713

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1899
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Boone, R.
Year: 1987
Title: Assessing transition services for handicapped youth: a cooperative interagency approach
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 53
Pages: 537-545


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1753
Author: Stodden, R.A.
Year: 1988
Title: Hawaii university affiliated program: federal grant proposal to usdhhs/administration on developmental disabilities
Place Published: Honolulu
Publisher: University of Hawaii


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 165
Author: Stodden, R.A.
Year: 1993
Title: A systems improvement approach to the transition initiative
Journal: Interchange
Volume: 12
Issue: 4
Pages: 1-2


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1752
Author: Stodden, R.; Burchfiel, S.; Yan, Y.
Year: 1996
Title: Developing effective secondary school-based practices for youth with serious emotional disturbance
City: Washington DC
Institution: U.S. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services
Type: Grant


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1754
Author: Stodden, R.A.
Year: 1996a
Title: Handbook for improving special needs programs and practices through quality partnerships
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1755
Author: Stodden, R.A.
Year: 1996b
Title: Participant workbook for teaching institutes
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1078
Author: Stodden, R. A.
Year: 1998
Title: School-to-work transition: overview of disability legislation
Editor: Rusch, F.; Chadsey, J.
Book Title: Beyond high school: Transition from school to work
City: Belmont, CA
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1067
Author: Stodden, R.
Year: 1998-1999
Title: Center on disability studies executive summary report
City: Honolulu
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Date: 1998-1999
Type: Executive Summary Report
Keywords: executive; report


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1082
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 1999/2000, Winter
Title: Postsecondary education and employment of adults with disabilities
Journal: American Rehabilitation
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 19-23
Date: 1999
Keywords: postsecondary, employment, adult, disabilities
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 16
Author: Stodden, R.A. & Dowrick, P.W.
Year: 2000
Title: The present and future of postsecondary education for adults with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 4-5


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1079
Author: Stodden, R. A.
Year: 2000
Title: The study of postsecondary educational supports: a formative approach to an emerging area of study
City: Published in the National Review Forum Briefing Materials. March 9-10, 2000
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Education Support, Rehabilitation Research Training Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1703
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Dowrick, P.
Year: 2000
Title: The present and the future of postsecondary education for adults with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 4-5


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1068
Author: Stodden, R.
Year: 2000 - 2001
Title: Center on disability studies executive summary report
City: Honolulu, HI
Institution: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Date: July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001
Type: Executive Summary Report
Keywords: report, executive


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1083
Author: Stodden, R. A.; Dowrick, P. W.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: The present and future of postsecondary education for adults with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Pages: 4-5


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1085
Author: Stodden, R. A.; Johnson, D. R.; Sharpe, M. N.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Feature issue on postsecondary education supports for students with disabilities
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 511
Author: Stodden, R. A.
Year: 2001
Title: Postsecondary education supports for students with disabilities: a review and response
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 4-11
Date: Winter
Keywords: postsecondary, participation, supports, barriers
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1069
Author: Stodden, R.
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Dance me to my song
Conference Name: Pacific Rim Conference on Disabilities
Conference Location: Sheraton Waikiki
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Pages: 76
Date: March 5 & 6, 2001
Keywords: pacific rim, conference


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1073
Author: Stodden, R. ; Johnson, D. ; Thurlow, M.; Wehman, P.
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Preparation of youth with disabilities for participation in postsecondary education and lifelong learning
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1550
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Whelley, Teresa; Chang, Chuan; Harding, Tom
Year: 2001
Title: Current status of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 16
Pages: 1-10
Keywords: Postsecondary education, educational support services, higher education, student with disability, assistive technology, survey, frequency of provision
Abstract: NCSPES and the University of Hawaii at Manoa conducted a survey of educational support provision across a nationally representative sample of two and four-year postsecondary educational programs, focusing upon the types and requency of educational support offerings for students with disabilities. The survey was distributed to a national sample of more than 1500 disability support coordinators working in a range of postsecondary educational intitutions.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1070
Author: Stodden, R.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Postsecondary education supports for students with disabilities: a review and response
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1071
Author: Stodden, R.; Dowrick, P. ; Kim-Rupnow, S.; Kelly, D.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: The study of postsecondary educational supports: a formative approach to an emerging area of study
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Keywords: support, postsecondary, disability


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1077
Author: Stodden, Robert; Whelley, Teresa; Kim-Rupnow, S.; Burgstahler, S.; Izzo, Margo Vreeburg
Year of Conference: 2001, Summer
Title: Preparing youth with disabilities for successful participation in postsecondary education & employment
Conference Name: National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Portland, Oregon
Keywords: preparing; participation


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1551
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Jones, Megan A.; Chang, Kelly
Year: 2002
Title: Services, supports and accommodations for individuals with disabilities: an analysis across secondary education, postsecondary education, and employment
Producer: University of Hawaii-Manoa Center on Disability Studies
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 15
Keywords: service, supports, postsecondary, employment, disability, accommodations
Abstract: The goals of this paper are to highlight the importance of providing assistance to youth with disabilities in order for them to be successful. Further, the paper emphasizes the discrepancies in the provision of assistance that have a negative impact on this success. Primarily, there are inconsistencies in the terminology in legal and practical contexts across environments and inconsistencies in intent, application, and processes across environments. The paper also covers definitions and applications of modes of assistance for youth with disabilities across secondary school, postsecondary school and employment. Suggestions are made to improve the provision of assistance to youth with disabilities through changes in practice, policy, and further research. To address the problems presented in the paper, there is a need to clarify the language in practice and in policy, link the provision of assistance with the future needs of the individual, and link the provision of assistance to positive outcomes and research around effective practices.
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/capacity/papers/StoddenJones_formatted.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1705
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Dowrick, P.; Gilmore, S.; Galloway, L.M.
Year: 2002
Title: A review of secondary school factors influencing postschool outcomes for youth with disabilities
Journal: CDEI


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1706
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Jones, Megan A.; Chang, K.B.T.
Year: 2002
Title: Services, supports and accomodations for individuals with disabilities: An analysis across secondary education, postsecondary education and employment


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1707
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Stodden, Norma Jean; Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon; Thai, Nghi D.; Galloway, L.M.
Year: 2002
Title: Providing effective support services for culturally and linguistically diverse persons with disabilities: challenges and recommendations
Journal: The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Keywords: cultural competence; culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) persons with disabilities; literature review; postsecondary outcomes; researcher


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1708
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Stodden, N.J.; Kim-Rupnow, W.S.; Thai, N.D.; Galloway, L.M.
Year: 2002
Title: Review of secondary school curricula issues and impact upon access and participation of youth with disabilities in postsecondary education
Journal: Exceptional Children


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1554
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Jones, Megan A.
Year: 2002
Title: Supporting youth with disabilities to access and succeed in postsecondary education: implications for educators in secondary school
City: Minneapolis, MN
Institution: National Center for Secondary Education and Transition
Keywords: FAPE, IDEA, disability, documentation, inclusion, ADA, accommodations, support, access, postsecondary
URL: http://www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=706


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2044
Author: Stodden, R.A.
Year: 2002, February 5
Title: OSEP discretionary grants and contracts database: study of cultural and linguistic diversity and disability factors related to successful transtion to postsecondary education and post-school adjustment
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.cec.sped.org/osep/database/detailView.html?masterID=303#top


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1552
Author: Stodden, Robert A.
Year: in press
Title: The study of postsecondary educational supports: a formative approach to an emerging area of study
City: Honolulu, HI
Date: Feb. 2000
Keywords: Postsecondary, Supports for Students with Disabilities
Abstract: The purpose of this document is to introduce the emerging area of study surrounding the provision of education supports to youth with disabilities in postsecondary programs. A further purpose is to establish a rationale for following a formative approach to the development of a strategic plan of research in this emerging area of study.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1553
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Stodden, Norma Jean; Kim-Rupnow, Weol Soon; Thai, Nghi D.; Galloway, Lisa M.
Year: in press
Title: Providing effective support services for culturally and linguistically diverse persons with disabilities: Challenges and recommendations
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Keywords: Cultural competence, culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) persons with disabilities, literature review, postsecondary outcomes, researcher sensitivity.
Abstract: This review examines the impact of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) persons of disability status upon the work of researchers, rehabilitation service providers, and postsecondary education instructors and support personnel. The increasingly disproportionate distribution of CLD persons with disabilities, and the inequitable treatment CLD people experience in receiving services, continues to challenge the disabilty researcy field, vocational rehabilitation system, and postsecondary institutions. Disability researchers, practitioners, instructors, and support personnel have not adequately understood the nique issues related to disability in CLD communities and, as a result, have failed in their relationship with CLD persons with disabilities. This review examines the barriers to this relationship which falls into three categories: (a) lack of cultural sensitivity and knowledge regarding CLD persons with disabilities; (b) failure to account for environmental determinants of disability, including natural, social, cultural, and built envrionments; and (c) inadequacy of current research methodology and approaches by service systems and postsecondary education as applied to CLD populations with disabilities. Recommendations to better relate to the needs of persons with disability in CLD communities are provided.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1086
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Stodden, N.J.; Gilmore, S.
Year: Submitted
Title: Review of secondary curricula issues and impact upon access and participation of youth with disabilities in postsecondary education.
City: Honolulu
Label: MS#051-H01
Abstract: Supporting and teaching students with disabilities to learn rigorous, standards-based curriculum in secondary school is considered a complex and difficult issue for educators. During the 1997 reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) policy makers and advocates took steps to ensure students with disabilities were included in standards-based general education curricula and statewide assessments. Further, educators are being requested to follow-up students after they leave high school to determine the impact of the new policy upon access and participation of youth with disability in postsecondary education and employment. This review examines three areas of significant issue thought to have an influence upon student’s performance in rigorous academic curriculum and subsequent access and performance in postsecondary education. The areas, as identified by the United States Department of Education (1999), are as follows: (1) how do high school students with disabilities learn challenging academic content, (2) how do teachers learn and use effective research-based instructional practices to help students with disabilities learn rigorous, standards-based curricula, and (3) how do contextual factors in secondary classrooms and schools influence teaching and learning. The authors conducted an initial review of each of the three areas, followed by a discussion and listing of recommendations for research questions generated by a group of national experts and other stakeholders.
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/products/published/MS051-H01.htm
Author Address: University of Hawaii

Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1084
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Dowrick, P.W.; Gilmore, S. ; Galloway, Lisa
Year: submitted for publication
Title: A review of secondary school factors influencing postschool outcomes for youth with disabilities (MS#043-H01)
City: University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Label: MS#043-H01
Abstract: For almost two decades, federal agencies have funded hundreds of projects to develop and evaluate programs in support of better transitions to adulthood for youth with disabilities. State and independent agencies have recently developed hundreds more such programs. We reviewed findings in four areas: (1) helping to stay in high school; (2) improving academic outcomes; (3) transition practices, especially related to employment; and (4) preparation for postsecondary education. We built on previous, selective reviews, using a multivocal literature methodology. Overall outcomes remain poor. Compared with the general population, half as many students with disabilities graduate from high school, the majority follow non-academic curricula, seven times as many adults with disabilities are unemployed, and one third as many attend higher education. However, promising practices have been demonstrated to improve outcomes in all thee areas, from person centered planning, to assistive technology, to internships. We conclude that better analysis of results and better dissemination of findings could effectively inform policy makers, school districts, and teaching personnel, as well as families and advocates, to make substantial improvements in the lives of young adults with disabilities.
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/products/published/MS043-H01.htm
Author Address: University of Hawaii

Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1756
Author: Stodden, R.A.; Stodden, N.J.; Kim-Rupnow, W.S.; Ah Sam, A.
Year: submitted for publication May 2000
Title: Challenges to and recommendations for providing effective support services for minority persons with disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1555
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Dowrick, Peter
Year: under review
Title: Postsecondary education and quality employment for adults with disabilities
Journal: American Rehabilitation


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1704
Author: Stodden, Robert A.; Dowrick, P.
Year: Winter 1999/2000
Title: Postsecondary education and employment of adults with disabilities
Journal: American Rehabilitation
Volume: 25
Issue: 3
Pages: 19-23


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1087
Author: Storey, Keith; Bates, Paul; Hunter, Dawn
Year: 2002
Title: The road ahead; transition to adult life for persons with disabilities
City: St. Augustine
Publisher: Training Resource Network, Inc.
Edition: 1st
ISBN: 1-883302-46-3
Keywords: transition; adult life


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1757
Author: Strand, R.
Year of Conference: 1990
Title: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology
Conference Name: A Disabilities Service Conference for Higher Education
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN
Publisher: Eric document Reproduction Service NO. ED 322 693


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1901
Author: Strichart, S.S.; Mangrum, C.T.
Year: 1985
Title: Selecting a college for the ld student
Journal: Academic Therapy
Volume: 20
Issue: 475-479


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1900
Author: Strichart, S.S.
Year: 1990
Title: College opportunities for students with learning disabilities: issues and practices
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 1
Pages: 119-127


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1758
Author: Stringer, E.T.
Year: 1996
Title: Action research: a handbook for practitioners
City: Thousand Oaks, CA
Publisher: Sage Publications


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1759
Author: Suarez-Balcazar, Yolanda; Bradford, B.; Fawcett, S.B.
Year: 1998
Title: Common concerns of disabled americans: issues and options
Journal: Social Policy
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Pages: 29-35


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1556
Author: Sue, Stanley
Year: 1999
Title: Science, ethnicity, and bias
Journal: American Psychologist
Volume: 54
Issue: 12
Pages: 1070-1077
Date: December
Keywords: science, minority, ethnicty, psychology
Abstract: This article looks at the problems with scientific psychology and how it has contributed to inadequate findings, quality, and quantity of ethnic minority research. The emphasis on internal validity instead of external validity has not captured the different ethnic populations.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1088
Author: Sullivan, R.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: I want to work with kids
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 15


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 54
Author: Swenson, S. & Richards, C.
Year: 1999
Title: Report from the subcommittee on expanding employment opportunities for young people with disabilities (osers)
City: Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1557
Editor: Swisher, K. G.; Tippeconnic, J. W.
Year: 1999
Title: Next steps: research and practice to advance indian education
City: Charleston, WV
Publisher: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1810
Author: Sword, Carrie; Hill, Katharine
Year: 2002
Title: Creating mentoring opportunities for youth with disabilities: issues and suggested strategies
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June16
Keywords: mentoring, benefits, disability, disclosure, communication
URL: http://www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=704


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 168
Author: Sylvester, R.
Year: 1995
Title: A celebration of neurons: an educator's guide to the human brain
City: Alexandria, VA
Institution: Assoc. for Supervision and Curriculum Development


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1761
Author: Syme, S.L.; Berkman, L.F.
Year: 1981
Title: Social class, susceptibility, and sickness
Editor: Conrad, P.; Kerns, R.
Book Title: The sociology of health and illness
City: New York
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages: 31-42


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 169
Author: Szymanski, E., Hanley-Maxwell, C. & Parker, R.M.
Year: 1990
Title: Transdisciplinary service delivery
Editor: Rausch, F.R.
Book Title: Supported Employment: models, methods and issues
City: Sycamore, IL
Publisher: Sycamore
Pages: 199-214


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1762
Author: Tada, W.
Year: 1996
Title: Family-focused learning
Collection Title Maternal and Child Health Leadership in Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
City: Honolulu


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1763
Author: Tainter


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1764
Author: Tainter, B.; Compisi, C.; Richards, C.
Year: 1999
Title: Embracing cultural diversity in the rehabilitiation system
URL: www.dinf.org/pres_com/pres-dd/tainter.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1558
Author: Tam, Brian Kai Yung; Gardner, Ralph III
Year: 1997
Title: Developing a multicultural and student-centered educational environment for students with serious emotional disturbances
Journal: Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-11
Abstract: This article focuses on the use of a multicultural and student-centered pedagogy and curriculum for students with SED. Embedded in the discussion are strategies (e.g., cooperative learning, peer tutoring, and three "low-tech" strategies) for educators to impact the performance of students with SED.


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1089
Author: TATRA
Year of Conference: 2001
Title: Facilitated discussion on parent involvement in post-secondary education
Conference Name: TATRA Capacity Building Institute Conference
Date: June 9
Keywords: facilitated; parent


Reference Type: Book
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Author: Taylor, S. & Bogdan, R.
Year: 1984
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City: New York
Publisher: Wiley


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1559
Author: Taylor-Ritzler, Tina.; Balcazar, Fabricio


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1560
Author: Taylor-Ritzler, Tina.; Balcazar, Fabricio E.; Keys, Christopher B.; Hayes, Erin.; Garate-Serafini, Teresa.; Espino, Susan Ryerson.
Year: 2001
Title: Promoting attainment of transition-related goals among low-income ethnic minority students with disabilities
Journal: CDEI
Volume: 24
Issue: 2
Pages: 147-167
Keywords: minorities, transition, disabilities
Abstract: The "Choices-in-Transition Intervention" was designed to promote students' sttainment of transition-related goals through person-centered goal-setting, help-recruiting skills training, and case management support. Participants were 41 low-income, predominantly ethnic minority high school students with disabilities. The study assessed the types of transition-related goals participants set and their goal attainment outcomes. In addition, the study assessed students' help-recruiting skill development, help-seeking behaviors, and the help received during goal pursuit. The researchers predicted that participants' help-recruiting skills would be positively related to their help-seeking behaviors, help-seeking behaviors would be positively related to the help students received, and receiving help would be positively related to students' goal attainment. Results revealed significant increases in students' help-recruiting skills. In addition, 34% of participants sought help with their goals, 90% received help with their goals, 85% met at least one of their goals, and predictions about helping were supported. Implications for transition services are discussed.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 2045
Author: Taymans, J.M. ; West, L.L.
Year: 2000
Title: Unlocking potential: college and other choices for people with ld and adhd
City: Bethesda, MD
Publisher: Woodbine House


Reference Type: Newspaper Article
Record Number: 209
Reporter: Teachers, American Federation of
Year: 1994
Title: AFT news release: teachers urge caution of full inclusion, poll finds
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1090
Author: Team, ASD Project
Title: DRAFT asd facilitator manual
Series Title: Preparing Faculty & Teaching assistants to accommodate students with disabilities
City: Logan, UT
Publisher: Utah State University
Number of Pages: 1-57
Keywords: draft, asd, facilitator, manual, preparing, faculty, teaching, assistants, accommodate, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1091
Author: Tedder, N.E.; Warden, K.; Sikka, A.
Year: 1993
Title: Prelanguage communication of students who are deaf-blind and have other severe impairments
Journal: Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Issue: October 1993
Pages: 302-307
Date: October 1993
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind; prelanguage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1092
Author: Templin, M.A., & Doran, R.L,
Year: 1999
Title: A locally based science mentorship program for high achieving students
Journal: School Science and Mathematics
Volume: 99
Pages: 205-212
Keywords: science, mentorship, high achieving


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1765
Author: Tetler, S.
Year: 1995
Title: The danish efforts in integration
Editor: O'Hanlon, C.
Book Title: Inclusive education in Europe
City: London
Publisher: David Fulton Publishers
Pages: 22-35


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1561
Author: Tewey, Bettey Phillips
Year: 1997
Title: Building participatory action research partnerships
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitiation Research
Keywords: research, participatory, rehabilitation
Abstract: Participatory Action Research (PAR) is an approach to research designed to place individuals being studied at the center of the decision-making process. PAR has developed in a broader social context that has moved toward recognition of the personal expertise and particular needs and rights of individuals in society. This synthesis paper compiles the results of a 1995 conference on PAR. The various challenges and ideas for PAR are also discussed.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1562
Author: Tharp, Roland G.
Year: 1997
Title: From at-risk to excellence: research, theory, and principles for practice
Producer: Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 11/18/2002
Keywords: CLD
limited english proficiency
Poverty
Abstract: This report describes the Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (CREDE), a national research and development center operated under a cooperative agreement between the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI) of the US Department of Education. CREDE seeks to enhance educational excellence from preschool to higher education for students from all major linguistic, cultural, and ethnic groups, with a focus on those with risk factors for educational failure (specifically, limited English proficiency, poverty, race, and geographic location). CREDE conducts research on: (1) language learning and academic achievement; (2) professional development; (3) families/peers/schools and community, (4) instruction in context; (5) integrated reform and system studies; and (6) assessment.
URL: http://www.cal.org/crede/pubs/research/rr1.htm


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1093
Author: The Alliance for Technology Access
Year: 2000
Title: Computer and web resources for people with disabilities
City: Berkeley
Publisher: Hunter House Publishers
Edition: 3rd
Keywords: computer, web, resources


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1094
Author: The Center for Essential Management Services; Abt Associates Inc.
Year: 2001, April
Title: Executive summary: vocational rehabilitation needs assessment of underserved and unserved persons in new york state
City: Jericho, NY
Institution: The State Rehabilitation Council,
The Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities
Author Address: The Center for Essential Manatement Services,
420 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 300, Jericho, NY 11753
Abt Associates Inc.
55 Wheeler Street, Campbridge, MA, 02138

Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1095
Author: The New York Times Company
Year: 2/13/03
Title: News release: diversity policies have positive impact on company business performance, according to new york times job market national study; diversity initiatives moving more women and minorities into management
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: February 24
URL: http://www.corporate-ir.net/ireye/ir_site.zhtml?ticker=NYT&script=411&layout=-6&item_id=382320


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1902
Editor: Thomas, C.H.; Thomas, J.L.
Year: 1986
Title: Directory of college facilities and services for the disabled
City: Phoenix, AZ
Publisher: Oryx Press
Edition: 2nd


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1097
Author: Thomas, J.W.; Maxwell, C.H.
Year: 1996
Title: Packing the parachute: parents experiences as their children prepare to leave high school
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 63
Issue: 1
Pages: 75-87
Date: 1996
Keywords: packing, parachute, parents, experiences, children, prepare, high school


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1096
Author: Thomas, Dawna M.; Whitney-Thomas, Jean
Year: 1996, December
Title: Perspectives fromcConsumers and counselors on elements that influence successful vocational rehabilitation system delivery
City: Washington, DC.
Institution: National Inst. on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (ED/OSERS)
Report Number: Research To Practice EDD00064
Abstract: Three rehabilitation counselors and three consumers participated in two focus groups on the impact of the 1992 Rehabilitation Act Amendments on vocational rehabilitation services. Analysis of the discussions found a combination of three elements emerged as necessary for consumers and counselors to feel satisfied with the VR process. These were: (1) a positive working relationship between the consumer and his/her counselor; (2) active involvement of the consumer; and (3) ready availability of services. Implications for successful service delivery include building a positive relationship with consumers, enhancing consumer participation through such mechanisms as authentic assessment procedures and Person Centered Planning, and expanding services through strong linkages between vocational rehabilitation agencies and other employment services, training for utilization of natural supports, and consumer control of service dollars. (DB)


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1098
Author: Thomas, Stephen B.
Year: 2000
Title: College students and disability law
Journal: The Journal of Special Education
Volume: 33
Issue: 4
Pages: 248-257
Date: 2000
Keywords: disability law; college


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1099
Author: Thompson, A.R.
Year: 1994
Title: Career development project: postsecondary education programs for individuals with disabilities final report
City: Mississippi
Institution: Mississippi State University


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1768
Author: Thompson, A.R.; Dickey, K.D.
Year: 1994
Title: Self-perceived job search skills of college students with disabilities
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 37
Pages: 358-370


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1100
Author: Thompson, A.R.; Bethea, L.L.; Rizer, H.F.; Hutto, M.D.
Year: 1997
Title: College students with disabilities and assistive technology: a desk reference guide
Report Number: ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 407 810
Notes: Don't have yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2046
Author: Thompson, J.R.; Fulk, B.M.; Piercy, S.W.
Year: 2000
Title: Do individualized transition plans match the postschool projections of students with learning disabilities and their parents?
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Individuals
Volume: 23
Pages: 3-25


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1563
Author: Thompson, Charles L.; O'Quinn, Sam D. III
Year: 2001
Title: First in american special report: eliminating the black-white achievement gap
Producer: NC Education Research Council
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 15
Keywords: Early Childhood, ECCE,
Abstract: This report focuses primarily on the gap between African-American students and their European-American counterparts, and on the ways schools may either recreate and preserve the gap or eliminate it.
URL: http://www.firstinamerica.northcarolina.edu/reports/Short_report_acheivement.pdf


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1770
Author: Thornhill, H.L.; HoSang, D.A.
Year: 1988
Title: Poverty, race and disability.
Editor: Walker, S.; Flowler, J.D.; Nicholls, R. W.; Turner, K.
Book Title: Building bridges to independence: Employment successes, problems, and needs of African-Americans with disabilities
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: Howard University, School of Education, The Center for the Study of Handicapped Children and Youth


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1564
Author: Thornhill, H.L.; HoSang, D.A.
Year: 1992
Title: Health insurance coverage and utilization of health services by mexican americans, puerto ricans, and cuban americans
Editor: Walker, S.; Flowler, J.D.; Nicholls, R.W.; Turner, K.
Book Title: Building bridges to independence: Employment successes, problems, and needs of Arican-Americans with disabilities
City: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Howard University, The Center ofr the Study of Handicapped Children and Youth
Pages: 148-156


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1104
Author: Thurlow, Martha; House, Allison; Boys, Chris; Scott, Dorene; Ysseldyke, James
Year: 2000
Title: State participation and accommodation policies for students with disabilities: 1999 update
City: minneapolis
Institution: Univerisyt of Minnesota
Pages: 60
Keywords: policies, NCEO; report 33


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1985
Author: Thurlow, M.
Year: 2001
Title: Accommodations for students with disabilities in high school
Publisher: National Center on Secondary and Transition
Volume: 1
Number of Volumes: 1
Pages: 1-5
Date: October, 2001
Keywords: accommodations, disabilities, high school


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1103
Author: Thurlow, M., Sinclair, M. & Johnson, D.
Year: 2002
Title: Issue brief: students with disabilities who drop out of school - implications for policy and practice.
Producer: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Keywords: students with disabilities, variables, implications, policy, practice
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=425


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1866
Author: Thurlow, M.
Year: 2002
Title: Accommodations for students with disabilities in high school
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June17
Keywords: accommdations, high school, policy
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=425


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1986
Author: Thurlow, M., Sinclair, M. & Johnson, D.
Year: 2002
Title: Issue brief: students with disabilities who drop out of school - implications for policy and practice.
City: Minneapolis
Institution: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 170
Author: Thurow, L.C.
Year: 1996
Title: The future of capitalism: how today's economic forces shape tomorrow's world
City: New York
Publisher: William Morrow


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1565
Author: Tierney, William G.
Year: 1992
Title: Official encouragement, institutional discouragement: minorities in academe—the native american experience
City: Norwood, NJ
Publisher: Ablex


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1772
Author: Tindal, G.; Heath, B.; Hollenbeck, K.; Almond, P.; Harniss, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Accomodating students with disabilities on large-scale tests: an experimental study
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 64
Pages: 439-450


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1987
Author: Tindel, G., Heath, B., Hollenbeck, K., Almond, P., & Harniss, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Accommodating students with disabilities on large-scale tests: an experimental study
Journal: Exceptional children
Volume: 64
Pages: 439-450


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1106
Author: Tinklin, T.; Riddell, S.; Wilson, A.
Title: Disabled students and multiple policy innovations in higher education: report of the questionnaire survey of institutions
Place Published: University of Glasgow
Pages: 1-19
Keywords: disabled, multiple, innovations, higher education, report, questionnaire, survey, institutio


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1105
Author: Tinklin, t.; Riddell, S.; wilson, A.
Year: 2002
Title: Wider access for disabled students?
Pages: 1-11
Keywords: Access, disabled, students


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1773
Author: Todd, R. L.
Year of Conference: 1998
Title: An exploration of people with disablilities in the united states: marketing implications of engineering and design professionals
Conference Name: RESNA '98 Proceedings:The State of the Arts and Science, Annual Conference
Conference Location: Minneapolis, MN
Date: June 26-30


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1566
Author: Toubbeh, J.I.
Year: 1985
Title: Handicapping and disabling conditions in native american populations
Journal: Amerian Rehabilitation
Volume: 11
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-8. 30-32
Keywords: native american, disability, services
Abstract: Although a trend of improved health care exists for Native Americans, the author contended that handicapped and disabled Native Americans have received minimal attention from systems which serve this population. Identifying, serving, and tracking the handicapped and disabled Native American has been and continues to pose one of the most perplexing issues facing these systems. The author delineated responsibilities of agencies which serve Native Americans. Incidence and prevalence data was reported for various handicapping conditions. The author also outlined circumstances which must be addressed in order to improve services for Native Americans with disabilities, including: (a) the absence of advocacy groups for the handicapped or disabled in Native American communities; (b) unresolved jurisdictional ambiguities; (c) lack of consistent interaction and cooperation between major service delivery systems which serve Native Americans; and (d) absence of indigenous manpower. The author stressed that any strategy aimed at providing services to disabled individuals must include Indian Health Service because IHS is the primary health care provider for Native Americans.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1107
Author: Townsend, S.
Title: Transition and your adolescent with learning disabilities: moving from high school to postsecondary education, training and employment
Publisher: www.transitioncoalition.org/adol_convert.pdf
Number of Pages: 54
Keywords: adolescent; moving


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1567
Author: Townsend, B.L.; Patton, J.M.
Year: 2000
Title: Exploring some missing dimensions: ethics, power, and privilege in the education of African American learners with disabilities and gifts and talents.
Journal: Teacher Education and Special Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-2
Keywords: disabilities, african americans, privilege, ethics
Abstract: This article describes a compilation of articles that are directed toward the concepts of power, privilege and ethics in serving African American students with disabilities in the education system. This issue of the journal contains articles from several authors that provide varying perspectives on strategies for service a culturally diverse population. The main theme across documents is the idea of a gap between the cultural realities of African American learners with disabilities and the knowledge of those who work with this population.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1568
Author: Townsend, Brenda L.
Year: 2000
Title: The disproportionate discipline of african american learners: reducing school suspensions and expulsions
Journal: The Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 66
Issue: 3
Pages: 381-391
Keywords: Academic preparation
African American
CLD
Disabilities
Abstract: School disciplinary practices for students with disabilities and their peers without disabilities have long been questioned. Moreover, the school discipline of both dominant culture and ethnic minority children and youth has raised concerns. In that regard, school discipline has in general become a hotbed for litigation and debate. While suspect discipline practices have been used with students across ethnic backgrounds, they are disproportionately meted out to African American students, particularly males. This article examines exclusionary discipline practices and their impact on African American students. Culturally responsive instructional and management strategies are identified that can mitigate school suspensions and expulsions of African American children and youth.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1108
Author: Toy, A.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Advancing my career
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 11


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 172
Author: Tralli, R., Colombo, V., Deshler, D.D. & Schumaker, J.B.
Year: 1996
Title: The strategies intervention model: a model for supported inclusion at the secondary level
Journal: Remedial and Special Education
Volume: 17
Issue: 4
Pages: 204-216


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1569
Author: Trevino, F.M.; Moyer, M.E. ; Valdez, R.B. ; Stroup-Benham, C.A.
Year: 1992
Title: Health insurance coverage and utilization of health services by mexican americans, puerto ricans, and cuban americans
Editor: Furino, A.
Book Title: Health Policy and the Hispanic
City: Boulder, CO
Publisher: Westview
Pages: 158-182


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1775
Author: Trott, J.; Holton, E.
Year: 1996
Title: Attitudes of postsecondary vocational instructors toward persons with disabilities: implications for inservice training
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 51-56


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1776
Author: Trupin, L.
Year: 1996
Title: Unpublished tables on trends in work disability, 1996
Editor: Kraus, L.E., Stoddard, S., & Gilmartin, D.
Book Title: Chartbook on disability in the United States, 1996. An InfoUse Report
City: Washington DC
Publisher: U.S. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1777
Author: Trupin, L.; Sebesta, D.; Yelin, E.; LaPlante, M.
Year: 1997
Title: Trends in labor force participation among persons with disabilities, 1983-1994
City: San Francisco, CA
Institution: University of California, Disability Statistics Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, the Institute for Health and Aging
URL: http://dsu.ucsf.edu


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1112
Author: Tucker, B.P.
Year: 1997
Title: Disability discrimination in higher education: 1996 case law in review
Journal: Journal of College and University Law
Volume: 24
Pages: 243-259
Keywords: discrimination, disability, postsecondary
Abstract: The year 1996 saw no Supreme Court case law involving discrimination on the basis of disability in the context of postsecondary education. Several significant lower court cases were decided in 1996, however, dealing with a variety of topics. This article will explain the significance of that 1996 case law, and will follow one case, Nedder v. Rivier College, through its later, 1997, ruling.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1570
Author: Turnball, Ann P.; Blue-Banning, Martha; Pereira, Lourdes
Year: 2000
Title: Successful friendships of hispanic children and youth with disabilities: an exploratory study
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 38
Issue: 2
Pages: 138-153
Date: April
Keywords: hispanics, youth and children, disabilities, study
Abstract: Interviews were conducted with Hispanic children who had a disability and a friend with whom they had a successful friendship, as well as with parents and teachers. We focused the interviews on the children's and the adults' description of the friendship, what each of the children gave to and received from the friendship, the evolution of the friendship in terms of intensity, and the influence of Hispanic cultural values. A friendship support conceptual framework is presented to organize the data related to three relationship domains (companionship, instrumental support, and emotional support) and three friendship depth levels (acquaintance, casual, and intimate). We focused our key recommendations on future directions for research and friendship facilitation.


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1114
Author: Turnbull, A.P.; Blue-Banning, M.J.; Anderson, E.L.; Turnbull, H.R.; Seaton, K.A.; Dinas, P.A.
Year: 1996
Title: Enhancing self-determination through group action planning. a holistic emphasis
Editor: Sands, D.J.; Wehmeyer, M. L.
Book Title: Self-determination across the life span: Theory and practice
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co.
Pages: 237-256
Abstract: The field of special education has been characterized as taking a “fix-it”
approach to disability (Gliedman & Roth, 1980; Heshusius, 1982; Turnbull &
Turnbull, 1985; Zola, 1982). The “fix-it” approach emphasizes that the goal of special
education is remediation of deficits that exist within the individual. It assumes that
once those deficits are remediated, individuals with a disability will be able to
participate in society in an independent (i.e., unassisted) manner. The “fix-it”
approach is reflected in the area of self-determination by approaches that exclusively
enumerate a list of important skills that individuals with disabilities must master in
order to be considered self-determining. Typically, once the list is developed, efforts
are directed at systematically teaching these skills to achieve self-determination.
This conceptualization of self-determination assumes that individual skills alone are
enough for an individual to achieve autonomy in meeting environmental challenges
and expectations.As an alternative to this unidimensional emphasis on individual skills, we have
suggested that self-determination has three key components: 1) motivation, 2)
individual skills, and 3) a responsive context. Consistent with the identification of
these three components, we have defined self-determination as follows: “Selfdetermination
means choosing how to live one’s life consistent with personal values
and preferences. A self-determining individual can choose to make decisions
singularly and/or choose whose support to invite in his or her decision-making
process” (Turnbull & Turnbull, 1985)....The focus in this chapter is primarily on the creation of a responsive context.
Although this particular component is highlighted, we emphasize that the three
components are highly interdependent. Thus, when a context is appropriately
responsive, one should expect that it will influence the individual in terms of
enhancing both motivation and skill development.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1113
Author: Turnbull, A; Turnbull, R
Year: 2001
Title: Self-determination for individuals with significant cognitive disabilities and their families
Journal: JASH
Volume: 26
Issue: 1
Pages: 56-62
Keywords: significant; cognitive


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1779
Author: Turner, E.; Barrett, C.; Cutshall, A.; Lacy, B.K.; Keiningham, J.; Webster, M.K.
Year: 1995
Title: The user's perspective of assistive technology
Editor: Flippo, K.F.; Inge, K.J.; Barcus, J.M.
Book Title: Assistive technology: A resource for school, work, and community
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1801
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1989
Title: To assure the free appropriate education of all children with disabilities: eleventh annual report on the implementation of the individuals with disabilities act
City: Washington, DC
Institution: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1803
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1993
Title: Fifteenth annual report to congress on the implementation of the individuals with disabilities act
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Government Printing Office


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1804
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1994
Title: Sixteenth annual report to congress on achieving better results for children and youth with serious emotional disturbance.
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Government Printing Office


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1805
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1995
Title: Research in the education of individuals with disabilities. innovation and development in special education, directory of current projects
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education. Office of Special Education Programs. The Division of Innovation and Development


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1115
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1996
Title: What is a school wide program?
Secondary Title: Improving America's schools: A newsletter on issues in school reform
Place Published: Washigton D.C.
Date: 1996, October


Reference Type: Unused 3
Record Number: 1116
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 1999
Title: Federal register: 34 cfr parts 300 and 303 part II
Keywords: sensory loss; CFR; 300; 303


Reference Type: Unused 3
Record Number: 1117
Author: U. S. Department of Education
Year: 2002
Title: Students with disabilities preparing for postsecondary education: know your rights and responsibilities
Place Published: Jessup, MD 20794-1398
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
Keywords: rights, responsibilities, postsecondary education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1806
Author: U. S. Department of Labor
Year: 1992
Title: Outlook: 1990-2005: findings and implications
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Labor


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1118
Author: U.S. Census of Population and Housing
Year: 2000


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1802
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 1992
Title: Fourteenth annual report to congress on the implementation of individuals with disabilities act
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Government Printing Office


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1807
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 1996
Title: To assure the free appropriate public education of all children with disabilities: 18th annual report to congress on the implementation of the Individuals with disabilities education act
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1808
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 1996, October
Title: What is a school wide program? improving america's schools: a newsletter on issues in school reform
City: Washington, DC
Institution: U.S. Department of Education


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1119
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 1997, November 3
Title: Support services for individuals with cognitive disabilities and others who need assistance in implementing informed choice
Keywords: circular


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 1120
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 2001
Title: Research and innovation to improve services and results for children with disabilities (CFDA 84.324)
Place Published: Washington D.C
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
Keywords: innovation, CFDA


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 1121
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 2001
Title: Technology and media services for individuals with disabilities (CFDA 84.327)
Place Published: Washinton D.C.
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
Keywords: technology, media


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 1122
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 2001
Title: Training and information for parents of children with disabilities (CFDA 84.328)
Place Published: Washington D.C.
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
Keywords: training, parents


Reference Type: Unused
Record Number: 1123
Author: U.S. Department of Education
Year: 2001
Title: Studies and evaluation program (CFDA 84.329E)
Place Published: Washington D. C.
Publisher: U. S. Department of Education
Keywords: studies, evaluation


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1571
Author: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics
Year: 2001
Title: Paving the way to postsecondary education: k-12 intervention programs for underrepresented youth, NCES 2001-205, prepared by patricia gandara with the assistance of Deborah Bial
City: Washington DC
Institution: National Postsecondary Education Cooperative (NPEC)


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1124
Author: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Year: September 2001
Title: Research on employment supports for people with disabilities: summary of the focus group findings
Institution: The Lewin Group, Inc., & Berkeley Policy Associates, Cornell University
URL: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/fgfind.htm


Reference Type: Unused 3
Record Number: 1125
Author: U.S. Department of Justice
Year: 1991
Title: Federal Register, ADA Title II
Publisher: Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice
Keywords: ADA, law, register, federal


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 1126
Author: U.S. Department of Justice
Year: 1992 January
Title: The americans with disabilities act: title II technical assistance manual
Place Published: Washington D.C.
Publisher: Civil Rights Division
Pages: 1-48
Keywords: ADA; technical assistance manual


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 1127
Author: U.S. Department of Justice
Year: 1993, November
Title: The americans with disabilities act: title III technical assistance manual
Place Published: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section
Keywords: technical; title; act


Reference Type: Unused 2
Record Number: 1128
Author: U.S. Department of Justice
Year: 1993, November
Title: The americans with disabilities act: title II technical assistance manual
Place Published: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section


Reference Type: Unused 3
Record Number: 1129
Author: U.S. Department of Justice
Year: 2000
Title: A guide to disability rights laws
Publisher: Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Keywords: laws, disability


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1130
Author: U.S. Department of Labor
Year: 2002
Title: High school/high tech program guide
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 16
URL: www.dol.gov/odep.programs/high.htm


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 175
Author: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office for Civil Rights
Year: 1992
Title: 1990 elementary and secondary school civil rights survey
City: Washington, DC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1131
Author: Unger, Darlene D.
Year: 2002
Title: Employers' attitudes toward persons with disabilities in the workforce: myths or realities?
Journal: Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
URL: http://www.worksupport.com/Main/proed17.asp


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1133
Author: United Kingdom Department of Health
Year: 1997
Title: Think dual sensory: good practice guielines for older people with dual sensory loss.
Keywords: dual; sensory


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1781
Editor: Valencia, S.W.; Hiebert, E.H.; et al.
Year: 1994
Title: Authentic reading assessment: practices and possibilites
City: Newark
Publisher: International Reading Association


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 177
Author: Valeo, A. & Bunch, G.
Year: 1998
Title: Teachers, attitudes, inclusion, and the curriculum
Journal: B.C. Journal of Special Education
Volume: 21
Issue: 3
Pages: 6-19


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1134
Author: Van Dijik, J.P.M.; Nelson, Catherine
Year: 1996
Title: Syndromes, behavior and educationa intervention
Journal: Deaf-Blind Perspectives
Volume: 4
Issue: 2
Pages: 1-8
Date: Winter 1996-1997
Label: MJ
Keywords: sensory loss; deaf-blind; syndromes; behavior; intervention


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1782
Author: Van Reusen, A.K.; Bos, C.; Shumkaer, J.B.
Year: 1993
Title: Motivating strategies curriculum: the education planning strategy
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1135
Author: Vanderwood, M.; McGrew, K. ; Ysseldyke, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Why we can't say much about students with disabilities during educational reform
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 63
Pages: 359-370


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 178
Author: Vaughn, S., Schumm, J., & Brick, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Using a rating scale to design and evaluate inclusion programs
Journal: Teaching exceptional children
Volume: 30
Issue: 4
Pages: 41-45


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1783
Author: Vaughn, S.; Schumm, J; Brick, J.
Year: 1998
Title: Using a rating scale to design and evaluate inclusion programs
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Volume: 30
Issue: 4
Pages: 41-45


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1784
Author: Vernon, D.S.; Deshler, D.; Schumakaer, J.B.
Year: 1993
Title: The cooperative strategies series: the teamwork strategy
City: Lawrence, KS
Publisher: Edge Enterprises


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2047
Author: Vess, S.
Year: 2000
Title: Transition planning for postsecondary education
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.naspcenter.org/teachers/IDEA_postsec2.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1785
Author: Viadero, Debra
Year: 1994
Title: The great divide
Journal: Teacher Magazine
Volume: 17
Pages: 22-24
Date: October


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1786
Author: Viadero, Debra
Year: 1995
Title: Carry that weight
Journal: Education Week, XIV
Volume: 40
Pages: 26-31
Date: July 12


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1572
Author: Viadero, Debra; Johnston, Robert C.
Year: 2000
Title: Lifting minority achievement: complex answers
Producer: Education Week
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 17
Edition: http://www.edweek.org/ew/ewstory.cfm?slug=30gap.h19
Keywords: minority, disability
Abstract: There are no sure answers but some experts say better teaching, smaller classes, the right schoolwide improvement program, and fairer allocation of resources can shrink achievement gaps. A Houston-area district has some answers of its own in Part 4 of a four-part series.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1573
Author: Viele, E.; Hertal, V.
Year: 1988
Title: Procedure guidelines for health care of special needs students in the school setting
City: Denver, CO
Institution: Department of Education and Colorado Department of Health


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1788
Editor: Villa, R.A.; Thousand, J.S.; Stainback, W.; Stainback, S.
Year: 1992
Title: Restructuring for caring and effective education: an administrative guide to creating heterogeneous schools
City: Baltimore
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1136
Author: Vogel, Susan A.; Adelman, Pamela B.
Year: 1992
Title: The success of college students with learning disablities: factors related to educational attainment
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 25
Issue: 7
Pages: 430-441
Date: August/September 1992
Keywords: educational; attainment
Abstract: This study reports on the educational attainment of 62 college students with learning disabilities as compared to a sample of 58 peers matched on gender and ACT composite score (margin of error: 1 point). All students were native English speakers and were enrolled as degree candidates in a small, competitive, private, Midwestern college. Groups were compared on age, high school preparation and performance, GPA at the end of each year of study, graduation and academic failure race, and time taken to complete degree. Factors that may have influenced outcomes are discussed as are implications for college admissions officers, college students with learning disabilities, service providers, and academic advisors.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1903
Author: Vogel, S.A.
Year: 1993
Title: Introduction to special issue
Journal: Learning Disability Quarterly
Volume: 16
Pages: 158-160


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1904
Author: Vogel, S.A.; Adelman, P.B.
Year: 1993
Title: Success for college students with learning disabilities
City: New york: Springer-Verlang


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1905
Author: Vogel, S.A.; Hruby, P.J.; Adelman, P.B.
Year: 1993
Title: Educational and psychological factors in successful and unsuccessful college students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research and Practice
Volume: 8
Pages: 35-43


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1137
Author: Vogel, V.A.; Leyser, Y.; Wyland, S.; Brulle, A.
Year: 1999
Title: Students with learning disabilities in higher education: faculty attitude and practices
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research Practice
Volume: 14
Issue: 3
Pages: 173-186
Notes: We don't have this yet


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1713
Author: Vreeburg Izzo, Margo; Hertzfeld, Jennifer; Simmons-Reed, E.; Aaron, J.
Year: 2001
Title: Promising practices: improving the quality of higher education for students with disabilities
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly
Volume: 21
Issue: 1


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 1710
Author: Vreeburg Izzo, Margo
Year: 2002
Title: Self-determination and self-advocacy skills


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1711
Author: Vreeburg Izzo, Margo
Year: 2002
Title: Extended transition services for youth with disabilities


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1712
Author: Vreeburg Izzo, Margo; Hertzfeld, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: Promising practice resulting in improved program and student outcomes
City: Ohio
Institution: Nisonger Center for Disabilities, Ohio State University


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1575
Author: Waggoner, Dorothy
Year: 1992
Title: Numbers and needs: ethnic and linguistic minorities in the United States
City: Washington, D.C.
Institution: Numbers and Needs
Keywords: ethnic, minorities, linguistic, statistics
Abstract: This document consists of the first 10 issues of a newsletter devoted to statistical information on the status of minorities (particularly linguistic minorities) in the United States based on excerpts and interpretations of data from the 1990 Census of Population. Information from other sources, such as the National Center for Education Statistics and the Immigration and Naturalization Service, is also reported. Issue 1 (1991) concentrates on the growth in the minority population and the increasing diversity of the United States. Issue 2 (1991), reviewing question of undercounting of minorities, focuses on the use of information gained about linguistic minorities and limited English speaking people. Issue 3 (1991) highlights the increasing diversity of the U.S. Asian population. Issue 4 (1991) focuses on Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska Native minorities. Issue 1 (1992) focuses on the growth of the Pacific Islander population in the United States.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 180
Author: Wagner, M.
Year: 1989
Title: The transition experiences of youth with disabilities: a report from the national longitudinal transition study
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1789
Author: Wagner, M.
Year: 1989
Title: The transition experiences of youth with disabilities: a report from the national longitudinal study
City: Menlo Park, CA
Institution: SRI International


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 181
Author: Wagner, M.
Year: 1991a
Title: Dropouts with disabilities: what do we know? what can we do?
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 182
Author: Wagner, M.
Year of Conference: 1991b
Title: The benefits of secondary vocational education for young people with disabilities
Conference Name: Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Assoc.
Conference Location: Chicago, IL.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 185
Author: Wagner, M., D'Amico, R., Marder, C., Newman, L. & Blackorby, J.
Year: 1992
Title: What happens next? trends in post-school outcomes of youth with disabilities
City: Palo Alto, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 184
Author: Wagner, M., Blackorby, J., Cameto, R., & Newman, L.
Year: 1993
Title: What makes a difference? Influences on postschool outcomes of youth with disabilities
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1138
Author: Wagner, M., Blackorby, J. & Hebbeler, K.
Year: 1993
Title: Beyond the report card: the multiple dimensions of secondary school performance of students with disabilities.
City: Menlo Park, CA
Publisher: SRI International


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1140
Author: Wagner, Mary; Blackorby, J.
Year: 1996
Title: Transition from high school to work or college: how special education students fare.
Journal: The future of children: Special education for students with disabilities
Volume: 6
Issue: 1
Pages: 103-120
Notes: Available online at Future of Children website


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1867
Author: Wagner, Mary; Cameto, Renee; Guzman, Anne-Marie
Year: 2003, January
Title: Who are secondary students in special education today?
Producer: National Center on Secondary Education and Transition
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: June 17
Keywords: special education, disability, categories, characteristics
URL: www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=1008


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2048
Author: Waite, C.
Year: 2002, January 3
Title: Center on postsecondary education (CPED)
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://vm.uconn.edu/~wwwcped/index.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1141
Author: Waldron, N.; McLeskey, J.
Year: 1998
Title: The effects of an inclusive school program on students with mild and severe learning disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 64
Pages: 395-405


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1576
Author: Walker, S.
Year: 1991
Title: Building bridges to empowerment for minority students with disabilities
Journal: OSERS News in Print
Volume: 3
Issue: 4
Pages: 6-9


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 56
Author: Walker, J.
Year: 1994
Title: Open learning: the answer to the government's equity problems? a report of a study on the potential impact of the open learning initiative on people with disabilities
Journal: Distance Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 94-110


Reference Type: Edited Book
Record Number: 1791
Editor: Walker, S.; Turner, L.A.; Haile-Michael, M.; Vincent, A.; Miles, M.D.
Year: 1995
Title: Disability and diversity: new leadership for a new era
City: Washington DC
Publisher: PCEPD &HURTC


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 187
Author: Walker, J.H. & Shaw, S.F.
Year of Conference: 1996
Title: Perceptions of team members regarding the involvement of students with learning disabilities in transition planning
Conference Name: Annual Intl. Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children
Conference Location: Orlando, FL.


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 188
Author: Walker, S., Saravanabhavan, R.C. & Asbury, C.
Year: 1996
Title: Prevalence of disabling conditions among diverse racial/ethnic groups in the united states
City: Washington, DC
Publisher: Howard University Research and Training Center


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1790
Author: Walker, S.
Year: 1996
Title: An examination of the impact of federally supported community services and educational systems on underserved people with disabilites from diverse cultural populations
City: Washington,DC
Institution: Howard University (ERIC Reproduction Services No. ED 397 588)


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1142
Author: Wall, Julie; Covell, Katherine; MacIntyre, Peter D
Year: 1999, April
Title: Implications of social supports for adolescents' education and career aspirations
Journal: Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science
Volume: 31
Issue: 2
Pages: 63-71
Abstract: 260 15-18 yr old students (grade 9-12) completed questionnaires
designed to examine relations among social support, perception of
future opportunity, and education and career aspirations and
expectations. Path analyses showed that for both males and
females, perception of opportunity predicts educational
expectations, which, in turn, predict educational aspirations and
career expectations. For females, peer, family and teacher
supports predict perception of opportunity, whereas for males only
family support is predictive of perception of opportunity. Data
indicated that females perceive more teacher and peer support than
do males, and that compared to their male peers, females have
greater perceived future opportunity, educational aspirations and
expectations, and career expectations. Both males and females
indicate a greater gap between career aspirations and expectations
than between education aspirations and expectations. The possible
contributions of socioeconomic conditions and gendered
socialization are discussed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2002
APA, all rights reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1792
Author: Wallace, J.F.
Year: 1995
Title: Creative financing of assisitive technology
Editor: Flippo, K.F.; Inge, K.J.; Barcus, J.M.
Book Title: Assistive technology: A resource for school, work, and community
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Brookes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1577
Author: Wallace, Barbara C.
Year: 2000
Title: A call for change in multicultural training at graduate schools of education: educating to end oppression and for social justice
Journal: Teachers College Record
Volume: 102
Issue: 6
Pages: 1086-1111
Date: December
Keywords: multicultural, graduate schools, education
Abstract: This article puts forth a call for change in multicultural training at graduate schools of education in order to prepare future professionals to work effectively within our increasingly diverse society. It is suggested that professionals well versed in multiculturalism need to consider how to revise and further refine multicultural training in order to better address linguistic and other diversity to be found among immigrants, as well as issues around sexual orientation, disability, and spirituality. Those relatively new to the field of multiculturalism are similarly encouraged to embrace the task of preparing themselves, appropriate curriculum, and their departments for the task of educating to end oppression and for social justice. Graduate schools of education are challenged to pursue the goal of organizational multicultural competence. Such a goal should be incorporated within the vision and mission of graduate schools of education across the nation, given the new demographics characterizing our increasingly diverse society.


Reference Type: Generic
Record Number: 1793
Author: Ward, M.J.; Kohler, P.D.
Year: 1996
Title: Teaching Self-Determination: Content and Process


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1578
Author: Warger, Cynthia; Burnette, Jane
Year: 2000
Title: Five strategies to reduce overrepresentation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 14
Last Update Date: August 2000
Keywords: CLD, special education,OSEP
Abstract: School personnel must respect the cultural background of the family. Families are not the source of their children's difficulty, but rather are partners in planning their children's needs. For support it is important to include a member from the child's cultural background on the IEP team.
URL: http://ericec.org/digests/e596.html


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1579
Author: Warger, Cynthia
Year: 2001
Title: Cultural reciprocity aids collaboration with families
Producer: The ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education, The Council for Exceptional Children
Access Year: 2001
Access Date: October 23
Keywords: reciprocity, culture, minority, disability
Abstract: Cultural reciprocity process is being aware of one's own culture in order to recognize the cultural influence in their professional practice. In this process, it is important to ask what is influencing our recommendations. Is it the western views of equity, independence and individuality? Cultural reciprocity facilitates conversations with families that can identify the values and beliefs that underline priorities, goals, and visions for the child.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 189
Author: Warner, M., Cheney, C. & Pienkowski, D.
Year: 1996
Title: Guidelines for developing and evaluating programs for secondary students with mild disabilities
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 31
Pages: 276-284


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1143
Author: Washenberger, J.
Year: 2000, Spring
Title: Next year I'll graduate: persistance, pride and postsecondary success.
Journal: Impact
Volume: 13
Pages: 1, 26


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1580
Author: Washington, Julie A.
Year: 2001
Title: Early literacy skills in african-american children: research considerations
Journal: Learning Disabilities Research & Practice
Volume: 16
Issue: 4
Pages: 213-221
Keywords: African-American, Literacy,
Abstract: African-American children consistently perform below their while peers in reading, mathematics, and science. This general difficulty with academic achievement has been called the black-white achievement gap.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1581
Author: Watson, A.L.
Year: 1988
Title: Importance of cross-cultural counseling in rehabilitation counseling curricula
Journal: Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
Volume: 19
Issue: 4
Pages: 55-61


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1582
Author: Watson, Lemuel W.
Year: 1998
Title: Exist-culturalism: a philosophical framework
Journal: College Student Affairs Journal
Volume: 98
Issue: 1
Pages: 52-63
Date: Fall
Keywords: postsecondary, diversity, culture
Abstract: This article presents a philosophical framework that educators and student affairs professionals might use in their current practices to enhance multicultural and diversity programs and overall campus climate. This philosophical framework purports to create an intellectual discourse about and the outcomes of services, programs, and courses beyond traditional multiculturalism and diversity perspectives.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2049
Author: Weaver, S.M.
Year: 2000
Title: The efficacy of extended time on tests for postsecondary students with learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 10
Pages: 47-56


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 2050
Author: Webb, K.W.
Year: 2000
Title: Transition to postsecondary education: strategies for students with disabilities
City: Austin, TX
Publisher: Pro-Ed


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1795
Author: Wehman, P.; Kregel, J.; Barcus, J.M.
Year: 1985
Title: From school to work: a vocational transition model for handicapped students
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 51
Issue: 25-37


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1906
Author: Wehman, P.
Year: 1991
Title: Transition: What lies ahead in the 1990s
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 1
Issue: 4
Pages: 7-8


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 190
Author: Wehman, P.
Year: 1992
Title: Models and approaches to transition planning
Editor: Wehman, P.
Book Title: Life beyond the classroom: Transition strategies for young people with disabilities
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 71-80


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1794
Author: Wehman, P.
Year: 1996
Title: Life beyond the classroom: transition strategies for young people with disabilities
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Edition: 2nd


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1714
Author: Wehman, Paul; Brooke, V.; Inge, K.J.
Year: 2001
Title: Vocational placements and careers
Journal: Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition strategies for young people with disabilities
Volume: 3rd edition
Pages: 211-246


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1144
Author: Wehman, P.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Human resource professionals and the employment of persons with disabilities: a business perspective
Conference Name: 17th Annual Pacific Rim Conference
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1145
Author: Wehman, P.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Transition: linking secondary and postsecondary education with employment
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1147
Author: Wehman, R.; Brooke, V.; Inge, K.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Vocational placements and careers
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1146
Author: Wehman, Paul; Revell, W. Grant; Brooke, Valerie
Year: April, 2002
Title: Competitive employment: has it
Become the “First Choice” Yet?
Access Year: 2003
Access Date: January 9
Abstract: This paper addresses the question: In 2002 related to day services, work and employment, is competitive employment the first choice for individuals with significant disabilities? The decade of the 1990s was marked by the passage of the American's with Disabilities Act, the Olmstead decision and its emphasis on full community integration for individuals with significant disabilities, and the blending of individualized support strategies with the philosophy of self determination. Despite these and many other important accomplishments and initiatives, the fact remains that competitive employment is not the first choice for the vast majority of individuals with significant disabilities. Also, the measures used to define quality supported employment outcomes and programs frequently lack clarity. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is two fold. First, it briefly discusses the underlying values that need to guide all competitive employment programs designed to support individuals with disabilities to obtain careers. Second, it details benchmark indicators through which the quality of supported employment programs should be measured. The paper concludes with the description of a paradigm shift that will truly move center based day program services to workplace supports in competitive employment.
URL: http://www.worksupport.com/Main/downloads/dean/competitivesechap2.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1907
Author: Wehmeyer, M.
Year: 1992
Title: Self-determination: critical skills for outcome-orientated transition services. steps in transition that lead to self-determination
Journal: Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 3-7


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1799
Author: Wehmeyer, M.L.
Year: 1994
Title: Self-determination and the education of students with mental retardation
Journal: Education and Training in Mental Retardation
Volume: 27
Pages: 303-314


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1583
Author: Wehmeyer, Michael L.
Year: 1995
Title: A career education approach: self-determination for youth with mild cognitive disabilities
Journal: Intervention in School and Clinic
Volume: 30
Issue: 3
Pages: 157-164
Date: January 1995
Keywords: Learning disabilities
Education
Autonomy in Youth
Curriculum planning
Abstract: Describes a career education approach to teaching self-determination to youth with mild cognitive disabilities; Self-determination as an education outcome; Educator's role; Life Centered Career Education Curriculum (LCCE); Curriculum content; Assessment of studen6t self-determination needs.

Summarizes the framework for identifying skills relevant to self-determination and offers details of a career education curriculum for achieving this outcome.
URL: EBSCOhost


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1798
Author: Wehmeyer, M.L.; Ward, M.J.
Year: 1995
Title: The spirit of the idea mandate: student involvement in transition planning
Journal: Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 17
Pages: 108-111


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1800
Author: Wehmeyer, M.L.
Year: 1996
Title: Self-determination as an educational outcome: why is it important to children, youth and adults with disabilities?
Editor: Sands, D.J.; Wehmeyer, M.L.
Book Title: Self-determination across the life span: Independence and choice for people with disabilities
City: Baltimore, MD
Publisher: Paul H. Brookes
Pages: 15-34


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1148
Author: Wehmeyer, Michael; Schawartz, Michelle
Year: 1997
Title: Self-determination and positive adult outcomes: a follow-up study of youth with mental retardation or learning disabilities
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 63
Issue: 2
Pages: 245-255
Date: 1997
Keywords: self-determination; mental; retardation;


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1796
Author: Wehmeyer, M.
Year: 1998
Title: National survey of the use of assistive technology by adults with mental retardation
Journal: Mental Retardation
Volume: 36
Pages: 44-51


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1797
Author: Wehmeyer, M.; Schwartz, Michelle
Year: 1998
Title: The self-determination focus of transition goals for students with mental retardation: career development for exceptional individuals
Journal: Council for Exceptional Children
Volume: 17
Issue: 75-83
Keywords: mental retardation, career, transition, self-determination
Abstract: Teaching students to become self-determined young people has gained wide acceptance as an important outcome of the transition process. There is, however, limited information regarding the degree to which students actually receive instruction enabling them to become self-determined. This study examined the transition goals of students with mental retardation to determine the degree to which these students were being taught skills related to self-determination. Results indicated that there was limited emphasis in transition goals on self-determination. Our discussion focuses on the need to provide systematic instruction in component elements of self-determination in order to achieve this outcome.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1149
Author: Wehmeyer, M. L.; Agran, M.; Hughes, C.
Year: 2000
Title: A national survey of teachers' promotion of self-determination and student-directed learning
Journal: the Journal of Special Education
Volume: 34
Issue: 2
Pages: 58-68
Keywords: self-determination, teacher opinions


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1150
Author: Wehmeyer, M. L.; Palmer, S.B.; Agran, M.; Mithaug, D.E.; Martin, J.E.
Year: 2000
Title: Promoting causal agency: the self-determined learning model of instruction
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 66
Issue: 4
Pages: 439-453
Call Number: LC3951 .E9


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1152
Author: Weikart, Lynne
Year: 1998
Title: Segregated placement patterns of student with disabilities..
Journal: Education Policy
Volume: 12
Issue: 4
Pages: 432
Date: July, 1998
Keywords: segregated, placement, patterns, students, disabilities


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1153
Author: Weir, Cate; Tashie, Carol; Rossetti, Zach
Year: 2001
Title: Inclusion goes to college: Aacall to action
Journal: TASH Connections
Volume: 27
Issue: 9
Pages: 14-15
Date: September 2001
Keywords: inclusion; action


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1585
Author: Weiss, Keith E.; Repetto, Jeanne B.
Year of Conference: 1997
Title: University students with learning disabilities: academic success variable
Conference Name: International DCDT Conference
Conference Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Date: October 17, 1997
Keywords: Postsecondary, Disabilities, Education Setting, self-determination
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to relate the effects of university accommodations and supports provided to students with disabilities and how it affects postsecondary academic success. Some variables that were looked at included student's support systems, self-determination, the role of mentors, and involvement in university culture. Significant correlational relationships were found between four pairs of variables - grade point average and personal support network, value of mentors and personal support network, use of support services and value of mentors, and use of support services and campus cultural activities. These findings between the personal support networks and value of mentors may suggest that finding individuals for guidance and developing interpersonal skills directly carry over to establish a base of mentoring relationships on campus. Further, involvement with staff and faculty members leads to a greater use of other support services on campus, which in turn increases involvement in campus cultural activities.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 2051
Author: Weiss, T.
Year: 2002, March 4
Title: Parents, inc. transiton links, our transition resources, our transition articles
Access Year: 6/25/03
URL: http://www.parentsinc.org/transition.html


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1908
Author: Wermuth, T.R.
Year: 1993
Title: Developing student-centered transition planning teams
Journal: LD Forum
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 39-41


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1909
Author: Wermuth, T.R.; Holub, T.M.
Year: 1993
Title: Pathways to satisfaction: a model transition project
Journal: LD Forum
Volume: 18
Issue: 4
Pages: 22-25


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1586
Author: West, M.; Kregel, J.; Getzel, Elizabeth; Zhu, M; Ipsen, S.; Martin, E.
Year: 1993
Title: Beyond section 504: satisfaction and empowerment of students with disabilities in higher education
Journal: Exceptional Children
Volume: 59
Issue: 5
Pages: 456-467


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1154
Author: Wheaton, Joe C.; Wilson, Keith B.
Year: 1996, December
Title: The relationship between vocational rehabilitation services and the consumer's sex, race, and closure status
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 40
Issue: 2
Pages: 116-133


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1155
Author: Wheaton, Joe E.; Hertzfeld, Jennifer
Year: 2002, Spring
Title: Ancestry and severity of disability: a national study
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 154-161
Notes: From EBSCO


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 506
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Hart, Debra; Zafft, Cynthia
Title: Coordination and managment of services and supports for individuals with disabilities from secondary to postsecondary education and employment
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-45
Keywords: supports, services, barriers, postsecondary education, employment
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 507
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Graf, Jennifer
Title: The role of families of students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Keywords: disability, postsecondary education, family roles, disability support personnel
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 508
Author: Whelley, Teresa
Title: One example of a policy entrepreneur in postsecondary education
Keywords: ada, postsecondary, accommodations, policy entrepreneur, ecological system
Notes: Lori Pretes


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1158
Author: Whelley, Teresa A.; Stodden, Robert A.; Harding, Tom; Chang, Chuan
Title: A profile of disability support coordinators
City: Honolulu, HI


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1715
Author: Whelley, Teresa
Year: 2001
Title: One example of a policy entrepreneur in postsecondary education
Journal: Disability Studies Quarterly


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1156
Author: Whelley, T.
Year: 2002
Title: Computer and information technologies: resources for the postsecondary education of students with disabilities
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: February 05, 2002
Keywords: computer, information, technologies, resources, postsecondary, education students, disabilities


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1157
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Hart, D.; Zafft, C.
Year: 2002
Title: Coordination and management of services and supports for individuals with disabilities from secondary to postsecondary education and employment
City: Honolulu
Pages: 1-37
Date: 2002
Keywords: services; supports; secondary; postsecondary; employment


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1716
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Anderson, John; Acosta, Joie
Year: 2002
Title: Documenting effective models of educational supports for persons with disabilities in postsecondary education and subsequent work settings
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1717
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Graf, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: Implications brief #13
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1718
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Graf, Jennifer
Year: 2002
Title: The role of families of students with disabilities in postsecondary education
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1719
Author: Whelley, T.; Hart, D.; Zafft, C.
Year: 2002
Title: Coordination and management of services and supports for individuals with disabilities from secondary to postsecondary education and employment


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1720
Author: Whelley, Teresa; Yuen, JoAnn W.L.; Napoleon, Anona
Year: 2002
Title: Traveling through life with a disability: marciel's journey to post-secondary education to employment
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1587
Author: Whitaker, Joseph H.; Prieto, Alfonso, G.
Year: 1989
Title: The effects of cultural and linguistic variables on the academic achievement of minority children
Journal: Focus on Exceptional Children
Volume: 21
Issue: 5
Pages: 1-10
Date: January
Keywords: minority, disability, bilingualism
Abstract: The authors review studies conducted on the effects of bilingualism. They look at studies that include negative, mixed, and positive effects of bilingualism on cognition. The research on bilingualism though needs to be interpreted carefully because of the definitions used for bilingualism, methodological errors, and lack of control for language proficiency. A table is provided that summarizes findings of each study on bilingualism covered in the article. Some educational considerations that are covered include: 1) appropriately identifying and assessing the bilingual exceptional child, 2) alleviating bias in assessment practices, 3) developing appropriate and relevant educational programs, 4) minimizing negative and inappropriate special education labels, 5) developing adequate bilingual and ESL programs, and 6) modifying teacher-administrator attitudes and expectations.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 196
Author: White, G.W., Nary, D.E., & Froehlich, A.K.
Year: 2001
Title: Consumers as collaborators in research and action
Journal: Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1588
Author: White, Glen W.; Nary, Dorothy E.; Foroehlich, Katherine
Year: 2001
Title: Consumers as collaborators in research and action
Publisher: The Haworth Press
Keywords: PAR, Consumers, Collaborators
Abstract: This article examined the role of consumers as collaborators in disability training and research that is community based. A model of participatory action research was described with four main components: external consumer influence, the research process, consumer-valued outcomes, and involvement of the Consumer Empowered Team.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1159
Author: White, Robin; Medrich, Elliott
Year: 2002, December
Title: Performance measurement for accountbility: lessons from the school-to-Work experience
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Issue: December 2002
Pages: 289-94


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1160
Author: Whitney-Thomas, Jean; Hanley-Maxwell, Cheryl
Year: 1996
Title: Packing the parachute: parents' experiences as their children prepare to leave high school
Journal: 63
Volume: 1
Pages: 75-87
Date: 1996
Keywords: packing; parachute


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 197
Author: Whyte, W.F.
Year: 1991
Title: Participatory action research
City: Newbury Park, CA
Publisher: Sage


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 192
Author: Wille-Gregory, M., Williams, G.J., & Hughes, C.
Year: 1995
Title: Preparing students with learning disabilities for success in postsecondary education
Journal: TransitionLINC


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1589
Author: Willeto, A. A. A.
Year: 1999
Title: Navajo culture and family influences on academic success: traditionalism is not a significant predictor of achievement among young navajos
Journal: Journal of American Indian Education
Volume: 38
Issue: 2
Pages: 1-21


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1163
Author: Williams, Wendy
Year: 1995
Title: Lack of early diagnosis and treatment affected my whole life
Journal: Usher Family Support
Volume: 111
Issue: 1
Pages: 2-3
Date: Spring 1995
Label: Mj
Keywords: sensory loss; diagnosis


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 193
Author: Williams, T.M.
Year: 1998
Title: Life after high school: transitional issues for learning disabled students
City: Chicago
University: Chicago State University
Thesis Type: Master's


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1162
Author: Williams, R.B.
Year: 1999
Title: Social ties and health
Journal: Harvard Mental Health Letter
Volume: 15
Issue: 10
Pages: p4, 2p
Date: April, 1999
Accession Number: 1722717
Keywords: social, ties, health


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1161
Author: Williams, John M.
Year: 2000
Title: Closing the education gap
Keywords: secondary ed. schools
URL: www.nod.org/cont/dsp


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1165
Author: Wilson, Kristi; Getzel, Elizabeth; Brown, Tracey
Year: 2000
Title: Enhancing the post-secondary campus climate for students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 14
Issue: 1
Pages: 37-50
Keywords: postsecondary, disability, access
Abstract: This article profiles VCU and its efforts to include students with disabilities. VCU is a small, southeastern, urban university in Virginia. The authors recently surveyed the university population and found that this campus was inaccessible for students with disabilities, however, the problem is being addressed quickly.
Notes: Available online on EBSCO


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1166
Author: Wilson, Keith B.
Year: 2000, Winter
Title: Predicting vocational rehabilitation acceptance based on race, education, work status, and source of support at application
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 43
Issue: 2
Pages: 97-105


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 505
Author: Wilson, K. E. ; Getzel, E.
Year: 2001
Title: Creating a supportive campus: the vcu professional development academy
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 12-18
Date: Winter
Keywords: faculty development, administrative development, comprehensive disability service model
Notes: Nghi Thai


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1721
Author: Wilson, K.E.; Evans Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2001
Title: Creating a supportive campus: the vcu professional development academy
Journal: The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 14
Pages: 37-50


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1722
Author: Wilson, K.E.; Evans Getzel, Elizabeth
Year: 2001
Title: Enhancing the postsecondary campus climate for students with disabilities
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 14
Pages: 37-50
Keywords: transition, services, employment, postsecondary, disability


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1988
Author: Wilson, K.; Getzel, E.
Year: 2001
Title: Creating a supportive campus: the vcu professional development academy
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 12-18
Keywords: campus, VCU, academy


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1989
Author: Wilson, Kristi E. ; Getzel, Elizabeth Evans
Year: 2001
Title: Creating a supportive campus: the vcu professional development academy
Journal: The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education
Volume: 23
Issue: 2
Pages: 12-18
Date: Winter, 2001
Keywords: Postsecondary, Professional development, Barriers
Abstract: Faculty and administrators play a critical role in helping to create a responsive campus for students with diverse needs. Acknowledging the strong relationship between an informed faculty and administration and student outcomes such as retention, academic performance, and social integration on campus.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1168
Author: Wilson, K.B; Alston, R.J.; Harley, D.A.; Mitchell, Natasha A.
Year: 2002
Title: Predicting vr acceptance based on race, gender, education, work status at application, and primary source of support application
Journal: RCB
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 132-142
Date: 2002
Keywords: predicting, VR, acceptance, race, gener, education, work, status, support, application


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1167
Author: Wilson, Keith B.., , , Vol. Issue , p168, 9p, 2 charts
Year: 2002, Spring
Title: Exploration of vr acceptance and ethnicity: a national investigation
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 168-176


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1169
Author: Wilson, Keith B.; Alston, Reginald J.; Harley, Debra A.; Mitchell, Natasha A.
Year: 2002, Spring
Title: Predicting vr acceptance based on race, gender, education, work status at application, and primary source of support at application
Journal: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Volume: 45
Issue: 3
Pages: 132-142


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 194
Author: Winfield, G. & Woodard, M.
Year: 1992
Title: Where are equity and diversity in bush's proposal 2000?
Journal: Education Week
Pages: 32-41


Reference Type: Book
Record Number: 1591
Author: Wing Sue, Derald; Sue, David
Year: 1999
Title: Counseling the culturally different: theory and practice
City: New York
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Edition: 3
ISBN: 0-471-14887-3
Keywords: Counseling, Culturally competent, Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic, Native Americans, Multiculture


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1170
Author: Witte, Raymond H.; Philps, Lois; Kakela, Megan
Year: 1998
Title: Job satisfaction of college graduates with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 31
Issue: 3
Pages: 259-265
Date: May/June 1998
Keywords: job;satisfaction; college


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1990
Author: Witte, R., Philips, L., & Kakela, M.
Year: 1998
Title: Job satisfaction of college graduates with learning disabilities
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 31
Pages: 259-265


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1592
Author: Wlodkowski, Raymond J.; Ginsberg, Margery B
Year: 1995
Title: A framework for culturally responsive teaching
Journal: Education Leadership
Pages: 17-21
Date: September
Keywords: holistic approach, culturally responsive,strategies, intrinsic motivational framework,
Abstract: This article discusses an intrinsic motivational framework outlining four conditions that teachers and students continuously create together. The frame work is based on a holistic approach and how to relate education to individual backgrounds.


Reference Type: Thesis
Record Number: 1593
Author: Wobschall, Rachel; Brown, Carl
Year: 1990
Title: Beyond ramps: accessing higher education through technology. a disabilities services conference for higher education
Academic Department: Governors' Advisory Council on Technology
City: St. Paul
University: Minnesota Community Colleges
Call Number: ED 322693
Keywords: Postsecondary
Abstract: This article looks at High Tech Centers that have been established in California by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. The intent of the program is to provide disabled people with access to computers in order for them to compete effectively in both the academic and work environment. Analysis was conducted to look at the characteristics of participants in the program, when they first had access to computers, and their educational goals.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1171
Author: Wolfe, Pamela S.; Boone, Rosalie S.; Blanchett, Wanda J.
Year: 1998
Title: Regular and special educator's perceptions of transition competencies
Journal: Career Development for Exceptional Children
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 87-106
Date: 1998
Keywords: regular;competencies


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1594
Author: Wolfe, Pamela S; Boone, Rosalie S.; Blanchette, Wanda J.
Year: 1998
Title: Regular and special educators' perceptions of transition competencies
Journal: CDEI
Volume: 21
Issue: 1
Pages: 87-106
Abstract: Regular and special educators' perceptions of transition competencies. A survey was given to regular teachers and special educators to understand what kinds of competencies they would rate as important for transition services for students with disabilities. Competencies that were rated as important were communication concerns, student interpersonal skills, employment concerns, and residential concerns. Competencies rated as less important included professional concerns such as IEP meetings, leisure concerns, and residential concerns. Concerning collaboration, special educators cited their transition roles as collaborative and facilitative whereas regular teachers were less clear about special educators' role.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1595
Author: Wonacoot, Michael
Year: 2002
Title: Vocational rehabilitation: trends and issues alert no. 31
Producer: ERIC
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: Aug. 21


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1596
Author: Yamauchi, Lois; Nakagawa, Tara; Murdoch, Kathryn
Year: 1998
Title: Ethnic attitudes among elementary school students in a multiethnic school community
Journal: Journal of Research in Childhood Education
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 155-165
Keywords: ethnic, students,disability, school
Abstract: This study examines elementary school students' attitudes toward various ethnic groups represented at their school in Hawaii. In Study 1, the children were interviewed and surveyed about their attitudes toward other ethnic groups. In Study 2, children were asked to nominate children in their school to fulfill certain roles that connoted positive or negative judgments of the nominees. Results from Study 1 showed that age-related differences made a difference with the way children described different ethnic groups. Results from Study 2 showed that although ethnicity did not play a strong role, there was strong support for influence of sex on the nominations the children made. The results also suggest that when children have the opportunity to interact with children of many different ethnic groups, there is less of a tendency to develop ethnic in-group preferences. Further, the development to ethnic attitudes among children in a diverse setting may be different from those who are in biracial or homogenous communities and that exposing children to different groups can counter ethnic in-group preferences.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1597
Author: Yamauchi, Lois
Year: 1998
Title: Individualism, collectivism, and cultural compatibility: implications for counselors and teachers
Journal: Journal of Humanistic Education & Development
Volume: 36
Pages: 189-198
Keywords: culture, individualism, expectations
Abstract: Culture influences expectations about classroom goals. The cultural distinction between individualism and collectivism is one factor that affects students' adjustment from home to school. Teachers and counselors may want to capitalize on students' cultural tendencies, but also plan for ways to expand students' repertoires of expectations and behaviors.
Author Address: yamauchi@hawaii.edu

Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1910
Author: Yancey, G.
Year: 1993
Title: Importance of families in transition from school to adult life: a rehabilitation practicioner's perspective
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 3
Issue: 2
Pages: 5-8


Reference Type: Book Section
Record Number: 1598
Author: Yates, James R.; Ortiz, Alba A.; Anderson, Ronald J.
Year: 1998
Title: Issues of race, ethnicity, disability, and culture
Editor: Anderson, Ronald J.; Keller, Clayton E.; Karp, Joan M.
Book Title: Enhancing diversity
City: Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Gallaudet University Press
Pages: 21-37
Keywords: disability, race, culture, ethnicity, technology
Abstract: This article highlights the problems and promise of students with disabilities, while attempting to put them in the same status as racial and ethnic groups. The current issues are discussed, with a possible solution being the unconventional approach of hiring said students as educators.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1599
Author: Yelin, E.; Katz, P.
Year: 1994
Title: Making work more central to work disability policy.
Journal: Milbank Quarterly
Volume: 72
Pages: 593-620


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1172
Author: York, Reginald O; Henley, H Carl; Gamble, Dorothy N
Year: 1985, Fall
Title: Barriers to the advancement of women in social work administration
Journal: Journal of Social Service Research
Volume: 9
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-15
Abstract: Surveyed 109 social workers (average age 37 yrs) to examine the
relationships of 8 barriers to female advancement, the primary one
being interest in the pursuit of an administrative career. 67.2%
of Ss were female. Identified barriers included career interest,
perception of opportunity, and appeal. It is concluded that
informal support has much potential as a strategy for achieving
gender parity because of its direct effects on both perception of
opportunity for advancement and the appeal of the administrative
job and through its indirect effect on career interest. (PsycINFO
Database Record (c) 2002 APA, all rights reserved)
Notes: Full version not obtained


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1911
Author: Yost, D.S.; Shaw, S.F.; Cullen, J.P.; Bigaj, S.J.
Year: 1994
Title: Practices and attitudes of postsecondaryld service providers in north america
Journal: Journal of Learning Disabilities
Volume: 27
Pages: 631-640


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1600
Author: Ysseldyke, J.E.; Lange, C.M.; Lau, Y.; Delaney, T.J.
Year: 1992
Title: Looking at school choice: parents' comments on open enrollment and their children with disabilities.
City: The College of Education at the University of Minnesota
Number: ED 367103
Keywords: disabilities, performance, special needs, services
Abstract: This report is based on a survey of parents with special needs children who participated in an open enrollment program in Minnesota. Open enrollment is a form of school choice that allows students to attend school in a district other than where they reside. The majority of the parents had children who received special education services and the most frequent concern/motivation for transfer to another school was with teacher effectiveness (i.e. teacher competency, better treatment of students, more time spent on teaching and responsiveness to students). Other concerns/motivations include transportation, educational continuity (attendance at same school until graduation) and school environment. Parents indicated that their children's academic performance improved since they started at the chosen school and they indicated that both the parent and the child were treated better at the chosen school.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 2052
Author: Yuan, F.T.; Reisman, E.S.
Year: 2000
Title: Transition to adulthood: outcomes for graduates of non-degree postsecondary program for young adults with severe learning disabilities
Journal: Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Volume: 10
Pages: 153-163


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1601
Author: Yuen, JoAnn W.L.; Shaughnessy, Brian
Title: Cultural empowerment: tools to engage and retain postsecondary students with disabilities
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii-Manoa Rehabilitation Research Training Center
Pages: 1-15
Abstract: A response strategy composed of four components is advocated to improve the graduation rate of students with disabilities in postsecondary education. The four components are: 1) self-determination and self-advocacy curriculum developed to build life skills, 2) faculty committed to increasing cultural capital for all students and sustaining environments where positive postsecondary experiences flourish, 3) a range of related services, and 4) a coordinated system of supports that is student-centered and delivered in the classroom.


Reference Type: Manuscript
Record Number: 1602
Author: Yuen, JoAnn W.L.; Shaughnessy, Brian
Title: The poster child at the crossroad of life: orphans of their culture or culturally empowered
City: Honolulu, HI
Number: MS#015-H01
Pages: 1-15
Keywords: students with disabilities, postsecondary education, self-determination
Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to discuss what students with disabilities need to persist in college and graduate with a degree. Particularly, there is emphasis on self-advocacy and self-determination skills. The following four components are also explored: 1) self-determination and self-advocacy curriculum developed to build life skills, 2) faculty committed to increasing cultural capital for all students and sustaining environments where positive postsecondary experiences flourish, 3) a range of related services, and 4) a coordinated system of supports that is student-centered and delivered in the classroom.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1603
Author: Yuen, JoAnn ; Shaughnessy, Brian
Title: Cultural empowerment of students with disabilities in postsecondary education.
Producer: National Center for the Study of Postseconday Educational Supports (NCSPES)
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: May 15
Keywords: Self-advocacy, self-determination, postsecondary, supports, employment, locus of control, self-efficacy and worthiness
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to provide a theoretical discussion about what students with disabilities need in order to persist in postsecondary education, and graduate with a degree. Many of the strategies developed for postsecondary students with disabilities originate in secondary education. These efforts are conceptualized as self-determination and self-advocacy strategies, and the general goals of these strategies are: teach students to understand and talk about their disability; enable them to identify needs and supports; and create self-advocates for supports and accommodations. In an attempt to increase the number of students with disabilities who attend colleges and universities and improve graduation rates, self-determination and self-advocacy strategies are now being adapted to postsecondary settings.
URL: http://www.rrtc.hawaii.edu/products/published/MS007-h-01.htm


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1173
Author: Yuen, J.; Shaughnessy, B.
Year: 2001
Title: Cultural empowerment: tools to engage and retain postsecondary students with disabilities.
Date: 2001
Accession Number: MS#007-H01
Keywords: cultural, empowerment, tools, retain, postsecondary, disabilities


Reference Type: Conference Proceedings
Record Number: 1174
Author: Yuen, J.; Shaughnessy, B.
Year of Conference: 2001, March
Title: Cultural empowerment of students with disabilities in postsecondary education
Conference Name: 2001 National Capacity Building Institute
Conference Location: Honolulu, HI
Abstract: This recently published paper diagrams a possible strategy for empowering secondary students with disabilities to succeed in postsecondary environments. The strategy includes self-advocacy, various classroom supports and services, and increased cultural capital. This report also attempts to highlight the 'invisibility' of these students in postsecondary institutions.


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1723
Author: Yuen, JoAnn W.L.
Year: 2002
Title: The initiating function of institutions: engaging postsecondary students with disabilities in a way that honors the disability culture and is student-centered
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1724
Author: Yuen, JoAnn W.L.
Year: 2002
Title: Creating a balance of power: engaging postsecondary students with disabilities that honors the disability culture and is student-centered
City: Honolulu
Institution: National Center for the Study of Educational Supports, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1726
Author: Zafft, Cynthia
Year: 2002
Title: A case study of student-parent-faculty-dso specialist units postsecondary education project
City: Boston
Institution: Institute on Community Inclusion, University of Massachussetts at Boston


Reference Type: Report
Record Number: 1727
Author: Zafft, Cynthia; Hart, Debra; Zimbrich, Karen
Year: 2002
Title: College career connection: a matched cohort study of youth with significant disabilities who did and did not participate in postsecondary education
City: Boston
Institution: Institute on Community Inclusion, University of Massachussetts at Boston


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1604
Author: Zhao, Guoping
Year: 2001
Title: A cross-cultural approach toward students with disabilities
Journal: Educational Foundations
Pages: 25-38
Date: Winter
Keywords: cross-cultural, students, disability
Abstract: In this piece, the author espouses a more holistic approach to classifying students with disabilities. The so-called 'American' approach to classifying students with disabilities is given a relative deconstruction while a Eastern-based view is explored.


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1175
Author: Zheng, (Annie) Yan; Kleiner, Brian H.
Year: 2001
Title: Developments concerning career development and transition
Journal: Management Research News
Volume: 24
Issue: 3
Pages: 33-39
Abstract: As time has gone by, the traditional contract between employer and employee has changed in some fundamental
ways. No longer are people expected to work for one company for their whole career. The loyalty that employer
and employee once expected from each other has slipped away. Replacing it is a new and still-developing set of
expectations that has broad implications for the way we plan our careers, our lives, and even our workweek.
Career development is a formal approach taken by an organisation to ensure that people with the proper qualifications
and experience are available when needed. Career development helps organisations avoid the dangers
of an obsolescent, unacceptable workforce. Currently, employers no longer promise job security in return for
loyalty. Instead, more employers offer opportunities for development and continuous learning in return for high
performance and productivity during an employee’s stay.


Reference Type: Electronic Source
Record Number: 1605
Author: Ziegahn, Linda
Year: 2001
Title: Considering culture in the selection of teaching approaches for adults
Producer: ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education
Access Year: 2002
Access Date: 12/26
Edition: Eric Digest No. 231
Keywords: Culture
Instructional approaches
Individualism
Collectivism
Abstract: Adult educators are increasinglyu committed to designing learning that takes into account cultural differences. We are discovering that "valuing" diversity is not enough to enable educators from the dominant culture, poarticularly European Americans living in the United States, to recognize difference and know how to change instruction so that learners who have felt marginalized feel visible and valuied. This article examines the different dimensions of culture that are relevant to the adult learning context, speaking primarily to the case of the United States, including both the personal cultures of learners and educators, and the culture of the larger social political environment. It explores how cultural values permeate instruction and looks at several approaches that take culture into account.
URL: http://ericacve.org/docs/dig231.pdf


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 198
Author: Zigmond, N., Jenkins, J., Fuchs, L., Deno, S., Fuchs, D., Baker, J., Jenkins, L. & Coutinho, M.
Year: 1995
Title: Special education in restructured schools: findings from three multi-year studies
Journal: Phi Delta Kappan
Volume: 76
Issue: 7
Pages: 531-540


Reference Type: Journal Article
Record Number: 1606
Author: Zvi, Jennifer C.; Axelrod, Lee H.
Year: 1996
Title: The learning disability program at california state university, northridge
Journal: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
Volume: 6
Pages: 257-261
Keywords: higher learning, postsecondary, learning disability
Abstract: Article provides a thorough description of the Learning Disability Program at California State University, Northridge. Students are taught how to compensate for their learning disability through a variety of strategies. Support services include testing accommodations, tutors, notetakers, reading service, priority registration, diagnostic testing, a computer access lab, specialized counseling, and a career center.