Profiling the Quality of Educational Programs for Adolescents With Disabilities

Brasseur, Irma; Gildroy, Pat; Schumaker, Jean; Deshler, Don; Begun, Wynne; Passman, Bruce
November 2004
Teaching Exceptional Children;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p62
Academic Journal
Discusses the importance of profiling the quality of educational programs for adolescents with disabilities in the U.S. Development of a program assessment tool, called A Rubric for Educating Adolescents with Disabilities; Assistance for those providing quality education to students with disabilities; Organization of the rubric into five major domains.


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