Perceptions of Control at School Among Students In Special Education Programs
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Data are reported on special and regular education students' perceptions of control at school and the importance to the students of having such control. For both special and regular education populations, comparisons were made between students enrolled in experimental and nonexperimental programs. Findings indicate comparability among the four groups with regard to areas in which control is valued. Perceptions of control at school for those in the standard special education group were lower than the ratings of regular education students and lower than those given by special education students in the experimental program.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Journal of Learning Disabilities, v. 22, issue 7, p. 439-443
Scholar Commons Citation
Taylor, Linda; Adelman, Howard S.; Nelson, Perry; Smith, Douglas C.; and Phares, Vicky, "Perceptions of Control at School Among Students In Special Education Programs" (1989). Psychology Faculty Publications. 957.