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“If They Could See Me Now!”: College Students Reflect on Their Experiences as Special Education Students in the K-12 System*
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|Title:||“If They Could See Me Now!”: College Students Reflect on Their Experiences as Special Education Students in the K-12 System*|
|Authors:||Kellner, Lynne A.|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies|
|Citation:||Kellner, L. A. & Freden, L. (2006). “If They Could See Me Now!”: College Students Reflect on Their Experiences as Special Education Students in the K-12 System*. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 2(1).|
|Series:||vol. 2, no. 1|
|Abstract:||The current study examined the experiences of six students with learning disabilities in a four-year public, liberal arts college and discusses the meaning they attributed to their previous identification as special education students while in the K-12 system. Data was gathered through a semi-structured interview, questionnaire, and a sentence stem structure. A qualitative approach was used and results were analyzed using principles of content analysis. Themes emerging as noteworthy were: (a) the effect on relationships with peers, (b) lack of developmental knowledge by school support staff, (c) family support, and (d) the challenges of upholding expectations.|
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