Exceptional Children

Exceptional Children is a journal that presents articles, research and papers concerning students who are gifted and disabled. Since it was founded in 1934, it is produced quarterly. The journal is published by the Council for Exceptional Children.Subjects for Exceptional Children include education. The senior director is Doug Falke.

Articles from Vol. 71, No. 3, Spring

Adherence to Mathematics Professional Standards and Instructional Design Criteria for Problem-Solving in Mathematics
Extant dissatisfaction with student performance in America's schools during the last decade has led to national reform efforts to improve the content and quality of school curriculum and instruction Reform initiatives, such as the standards-based reforms,...
Does Teacher Education Produce Better Special Education Teachers?
The shortage of special education teachers, always an issue of concern, has become a major problem affecting the integrity of the field. Boe, Cook, Bobbitt, and Terhanian (1998) investigated the licensure or certification status of almost 50,000 special...
Follow-Up of Children from Academic and Cognitive Preschool Curricula at 12 and 16
Belief in the lasting effects of early intervention is the cornerstone of early childhood education of children with disabilities. Rarely is this belief tested, however. Research on special education preschool programs has largely examined immediate...
Meaning of Family-Professional Partnerships: Japanese Mothers' Perspectives
The current trend in Japanese special education and social welfare fields is best characterized as a transition to the new era. Japanese governmental departments that oversee these two fields have published reports announcing their policy reform frameworks...
Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies for English Language Learners with Learning Disabilities
American schools of the 21st century face the challenge of educating the world's most diverse student body (McLeod, 1994; Sprangenberg, Urbaschat & Pritchard, 1994). This diversity is reflected in variations in achievement, socioeconomic status,...
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Critics of teacher education often contend that traditional, university-based teacher education programs are ineffective, and they argue that such approaches to teacher preparation should be replaced or supplemented with alternative means of licensure....
The Impact of Teacher Training on State Alternate Assessment Scores
In the past, students with severe disabilities were often exempted from the large-scale assessments that have been a key component of school reform. Since the passage of the 1997 Amendments of the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA),...
Within-Group Diversity in Minority Disproportionate Representation: English Language Learners in Urban School Districts
The disproportionate representation of minority students has haunted the special education field for more than 3 decades (Artiles, Trent, & Palmer, 2004). This problem includes overrepresentation (typically in high incidence disabilities) and underrepresentation...
Youth with Disabilities in Juvenile Corrections: A National Survey
More than 134,000 youth are incarcerated in public and private juvenile correctional facilities in the United States (Sickmund, 2002). Many of these youth enter juvenile correctional facilities with intense educational, mental health, medical, and...
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