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Inclusion of Students with Moderate or Severe Disabilities in Educational and Community Settings: Perspectives from Parents and Siblings

This study used qualitative research methodology to investigate parent and sibling perspectives on the educational and community inclusion of school aged students with moderate or severe disabilities. Interviews with parents from twenty-one families identified the type and extent of inclusive educational and community settings in which the student and his or her parents and siblings were involved.

  • Contributor: Gallagher, P. A., Floyd, J. H. Stafford, A. M., Taber, T. A., Brozovic, S. A., & Alberto, P. A.
  • Date Published: June
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
  • Number: 2
  • Volume: 35
  • Year: 2000

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