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Publication Date: 2003
Herbert J. Rieth, Audrey McCray Sorrells, Paul T. Sindelar
The contributions of prominent researchers, teacher educators, policy makers, teachers, and parents come together to provide best practices and critical thinking on how to ensure that students with disabilities receive free appropriate education in the least restrictive environment.With the sound reassertion that special education is important for students with and without disabilities, the authors sift through the existing research to identify "best practices" and the conditions that may facilitate or prohibit their implementation. Features Each chapter raises poignant issues and concerns around a given topic and challenges students to reframe their thinking about how to effectively teach students with disabilities. "Questions for further discussion" provide teacher and students the opportunity to flesh out the content of the chapter and discuss within the context of research, classroom practices, or policy. Each chapter ends with a "For Further Reading" list to provide the instructor and students with additional and complementary publications to facilitate in-depth understanding of issues.Herbert J. Rieth is the author of 'Critical Issues in Special Education: Access, Diversity, and Accountability', published 2003 under ISBN 9780205340224 and ISBN 0205340229.
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