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An Examination of High School Programs to Assist Students with Emotional Disorders
The purpose of this study was to identify what programs to assist students identified with emotional disorders in 9-12 high schools have been implemented to close the graduation gap and help students be best prepared to be college and career ready post-high school. The results of this study were organized to answer research questions that addressed the purpose of the study and then organized into the themes of: Strategies Provided for ED Students, Desired Changes to Further Support Students with ED, Supplementary Programs to Assist Students, Professional Training for Staff, Data to Evaluate Progress, and Community Involvement.
Committee Members: Dr. Barbara N. Martin, Dr. Sandy Hutchinson, Dr. Jason Morton, Dr. E. Hayet Woods
Sponsored by the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
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