Self-Determination Skills and Opportunities of Transition-Age Youth With Emotional Disturbance and Learning Disabilities

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"Examined the self-determination of adolescents with emotional disturbance (ED) and learning disabilities (LD) from the perspectives of special educators, parents, and the student themselves," and notes that "students with ED identified infrequent opportunities at school and home for engaging in self-determined behavior, whereas educators and parents differed in their opportunities of each setting."

Author(s): 
Erik W. Carter, Kathleen L. Lane, Melinda R. Pierson, Barbara Glaeser
Publication Date: 
2006
Publisher: 
Exceptional Children
Citation: 
Carter, Erik W. Carter, et al., Self-Determination Skills and Opportunities of Transition-Age Youth With Emotional Disturbance and Learning Disabilities, 72 Exceptional Children 3, 333-346 (2006).
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