Issues in Educating Students with Disabilities

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plan for employment training, and the like, there may very likely be a comprehensive individual plan that all involved agencies will develop collaboratively. This plan might follow the child not just from agency to agency but from one developmental stage to the next. As these new developments begin to take hold, it seems clear that the school will continue to be an important link in the service system but that other agencies may assume a much greater share in the collaborative network of care for children with mental health needs. This may in turn lead to a generic definition of emotional or behavioral disorders in which a core component defines the disorder and is used throughout every agency, but a list of related skill deficits also becomes part of the definition and triggers the need for services from a particular agency or set of professionals.


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