ERIC Number: ED215478
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Reference Count: 0
High School Programs for Students with Special Needs.
Lieman, Meyer, Ed.
Forum, v6 n4 Win 1980
Thirteen brief articles look at high school programs for students with special needs with emphasis on programs offered in New York State. Articles have the following titles and authors: "Vocational Education for Handicapped Students in New York City High Schools" (F. Yauch); "Development of a Comprehensive Program for High School Special Education Students" (M. Lieman); "Characteristics of Bronx Special Education Students Entering High School Programs in September, 1980--The Articulation Processes" (J. Salvati); "Implementing a Special Education Program in the Comprehensive High School" (R. Mastruzzi); "The Occupational Training Center Program" (S. McSweeney); "The Vocational High School Experience" (D. Miller); "The Work-Shop Program Bridging the Gap between Employability and Employment" (C. Cumberbatch); "After-School Vocational Skills Program for Handicapped Students" (L. Chernow); "A Structured Curriculum Approach to Teaching Life Skills" (J. Hickey); "Clerical Skills Training for the Handicapped--A Regional Approach" (P. Blake-Ward); "The Role of the Job Developer" (R. Coar); "Microcomputer Applications to Special Education Administration" (E. Martin); and "Expanding Career Opportunities for High School Special Education Students--An Inservice Education Project" (B. Flugman, et al.). (DB)
Descriptors: After School Programs, Articulation (Education), Clerical Occupations, Curriculum, Disabilities, High Schools, Inservice Teacher Education, Microcomputers, Program Descriptions, Regional Programs, Vocational Education, Work Study Programs
The Forum, 582 Baldy Hall, SUNY/Buffalo, Amherst, NY 14260 (no price quoted).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Council for Exceptional Children, Buffalo. New York State Federation of Chapters.
Identifiers: New York