OSEP Research Institutes: Bridging Research and Practice

March 2005
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p60
Academic Journal
Discusses three federally funded special education research institutes in the U.S. that will be helpful in working with students. Details on the study of specific curricular and instructional interventions that will accelerate the learning of students with disabilities in curricular areas; Development of an instructional method and materials; Provision of students with authentic access to the high school general curriculum.


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