Vocational adjustment of educable mentally retarded high school work study students
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Vocational adjustment of educable mentally retarded high school work study students by Keith LeRoy Curry

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Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Children with mental disabilities -- Education

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Statementby Keith LeRoy Curry
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 121 leaves :
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22782292M

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ation Of Secoiul;tr> School l*rincipa!s Bulletin; N P4S Mar D'.'scripiors: (Exceptional child educa- tion; summer prograrTis; educable men- tally hand icapped; work study programs The summer work study program for educable mentally handicapped high school students is discussed in terms of objectives, selection of. for post- school training. several types of. programs were considered. (EB) ABSTRACT EC 01 ED Oil Publ. Date Mar p. Gorelick, Molly C. An Assessment of Vocational Realism of High School and Post-High School Educable Mentally Retarded Adoles-cents. Exceptional Children's Foundation, Los Angeles, California Vocational Rehab.   This study investigated the vocational and community adjustment of special education high school graduates. A questionnaire was administered via the telephone to verbal subjects, their parents, and adult service by: O’Brien, P. J. and W. J. Schiller: , ‘Evaluation of a transitional training program for mentally retarded, multiply handicapped high school students’, Rehabilitation Literature Cited by:

and high school students) including a high percentage of vocational adjustment in the world of work and the develop¬ 1. that educable mentally retarded students assigned to special classes actually have needs that cannot be met in present administrative and instructional arrangements. Investigating components, benefits, and barriers of implementing community-based vocational instruction for students with intellectual disability in Saudi Arabia Article December with 46 Reads. Effects of Special Education Placement on Educable Mentally Retarded Children KIRBY A. HELLER Research on the effects of placement in special education programs for educable mentally retarded (EMR) children has proliferated since the passage of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of (P.L. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

Special Education Terminology and Disability Categories T he world of special education can seem like “alphabet soup” with the myriad of acro - nyms that abound. It is challenging enough for specialists in the field to stay abreast of the terminology, and even more daunting for File Size: KB. The participants of the study are 20 educable mentally retarded (MR) students. The results of paired samples t-tests showed that the control experimental group significantly improved their. Start studying special education in contemporary society. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. An individualized plan with identified goals and objectives used to prepare the student in making the transition from high school to work (or college) educable mentally retarded. Individuals classified as mentally retarded represent % of the students ages 6–21 served under IDEA (U.S. Department of Education, a) or about.9% of the population in general. Although this number includes all individuals with mental retardation served under IDEA, as many as 85% have mild or moderate mental retardation, as opposed to.