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. 69, No. 1, Fall

Barriers and Facilitators to Inclusive Education
Progressive nations such as Canada and the United States have civil rights laws protecting their citizens embedded in their national policies. These rights extend to children and have been advocated by international organizations such as the United...
Early Exposure to Direct Instruction and Subsequent Juvenile Delinquency: A Prospective Examination
The value and long-term impact of early intervention have been examined extensively over the past 2 decades. Core questions have included whether early intervention increases children's skills (e.g., Casto, 1988; Guralnick, 1988, 1998), whether...
Life on the "Outs"-Examination of the Facility-to-Community Transition of Incarcerated Youth
The federal Office of Special Education's "Transition Initiative" was articulated and implemented in the middle 1980s, with the goal of improving the postschool community adjustment of students with disabilities (Will, 1984). Through this initiative,...
Mark Your Calendars Now for the 2003 CEC Annual Convention and Expo in Seattle, Washington! April 9-12, 2003
Don't miss the largest and most exciting professional development event designed for all those who work with students with special learning needs! Join your colleagues April 9-12, 2003 and connect with fellow educators and others to learn new...
Phases of Career Development: Case Studies of Young Women with Learning Disabilities
Since the late 1980s, the successful transition from high school into adult employment has been a central component of the reform movement in American schools (National Center for Education and the Economy, 1990; Phelps & Hanley-Maxwell, 1997)....
Preschool Teachers' Use of Assessments and Curricula: A Statewide Examination
Over the last decade, the fields of early childhood education (ECE) and early childhood special education (ECSE) have made important strides in the development of assessment and curricular materials designed to improve services delivered to preschool...
Sociocultural Context Effects on Teachers' Readiness to Refer for Learning Disabilities
A number of policymakers and researchers have expressed concern over the rapid growth in the placement of children in special education programs, particularly in large, urban school districts. For example, the Twenty-Second Annual Report to Congress...
Special Education Eligibility: Developmental Precursors over the First Three Years of Life
The identification of children who are eligible for and may benefit from early intervention services is a challenge in the field of special education (O'Brien, Rice, & Roy, 1996). Although, it is widely acknowledged that early identification...
Student Study Habits Using Notes from a Speech-to-Text Support Service
While new pedagogical models have emerged over the last 50 years, lectures remain the predominant instructional technique in high school and college classrooms (Armbruster, 2000), and note taking stands out as the most valued way of capturing the...
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