M.A. in Educational Leadership
Educational Services and Leadership
College of Education
Inclusive education; Junior high school students; Learning disabled children--Education
The purpose of this study is to explore the effectiveness of a junior high school in-class support program in meeting the educational needs of students enrolled in that program by using a school-based case study method of inquiry. Additional purposes of this study include demonstration of this intern's leadership skills by using decision-making techniques, communication skills, evaluation techniques, and organizational management techniques. Methodology used in program evaluation was a stratified proportional 5% random sampling of students enrolled in Social Studies class for the years under study. Student grades and standardized group administered achievement test results were also analyzed, as were participating teachers' perceptions of the program. Findings of this study conclude that regular education students and classified students participating in ICS benefited from this program. Suggestions for further study and implications for future practice are also discussed.
Sullivan, Louise, "Junior high in-class support: a program evaluation" (1999). Theses and Dissertations. 1889.