l Over the course of an academicyear,students(with ED) made very little progress and,in some areas,fell furtherbehind in the academic,social,and behavioral domains…(with)little disparity in performance betweenthe settings.
＊For academic achievement,findings differ regarding whether deficits in different subject areas remain stable or get worse over time.
l Recent profiles of students with ED suggest agreat deal of variability in their academic and behavioral functioning.l Findings reveal some groups of children witheither severe academic deficits or academic achievement well within the averagerange,and different types of social and behavioral problems that range fromclinically significant to relatively mild.l Students with ED served in contextuallydifferent types of schools may exhibit significants differences in theirinitial academic and behavioral characteristics and this might help explainsome of the variability that has been observed in studies on progress ofchildren with ED over time.
＊In the high-income schools,special education teachers rated seven students with ED,while general education teachers rated 19 students with ED.
＊The reading and math achievement of students with ED in high-income schools was in the average range in contrast to students with ED in low-income schools who performed in the low average range.
＊Univariate analyses showed that students with ED in low-income schools were significantly higher on the externalizing behavior subscale of the SSRS and the Critical Events Index(CEI) than both the students with ED in high-income schools and students at-risk for ED in low-income schools.
＊With regard to related services,students with ED in low-income schools received less counseling,social skills training,speech therapy,and occupational therapy than students with ED in high-income schools.
A similar lack of relationship was found between behaviorally oriented IEPs(two-thirds or more of goals were social/behavioral goals) and behavioral progress for both students with ED in low-income schools and students with ED in high-income schools.
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