ERIC Number: ED266589
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-Nov
Reference Count: 0
Exceptional Hispanic Children and Youth Annual Symposium (3rd, Denver, Colorado, June 20-21, 1985). Monograph Series, Volume 6, Number 1.
Baca, Leonard, Ed.; And Others
The monograph presents eight papers delivered at the 1985 symposium on exceptional Hispanic children and youth. R. Rueda and J. Mercer begin with "A Predictive Analysis of Decision-Making Practices with Limited English Proficient Handicapped Students" which examines the generalizability of a path model to the referral process in two urban districts. J. Cummins follows with a discussion of the importance of the societal context in "Psychological Assessment of Minority Students: Out of Context, Out of Focus, Out of Control?" Traditional assessment practices and attempts to alter them for minority and/or culturally different students are covered in "The Assessment of the Bilingual Exceptional Child: Trends and Models" by L. Maheady. E. Duran then describes "A Model Program Serving Severely Handicapped and Autistic Students of Limited and Non-English Competencies." Administrator education is the focus of a paper by E. Brizzi and A. Gromfin "The Bilingual Special Education Administration Intern Project: New Partnerships in Training." J. Rodriguez reviews another such program, at Bridgewater State College (Massachusetts), in "The College Response to Bilingual Special Education: Training Program for Faculty and Administrators." In two concluding papers, A. Barona analyzes "The Role of a National Task Force on Bilingual Special Education," and J. Yates presents "An Overview of Research in Bilingual Special Education." An Inventory of Materials Displayed at the NCBE/BUENO Materials Exchange, the symposium's agenda, and a list of symposium participants concludes the document. (CL)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Cultural Differences, Demonstration Programs, Disabilities, Elementary Education, Hispanic Americans, Language Handicaps, Limited English Speaking, Psychological Testing, Referral, Special Education
Monograph Series, BUENO Center for Multicultural Education, Campus Box 249, Education Building, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309 ($6.00 includes postage and handling).
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Colorado Univ., Boulder. BUENO Center for Multicultural Education.