Issues with Learning Disable Children (Disabilities)
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In this study we try to explore the concept of “Issues with Learning Disable Children (Disabilities)” in a holistic context. This study explores the use of instructional resources at the school level during the 2009-2010 school years in California in order to contribute to the fields of school finance, school resource allocations and equitable school finance policy. Chapter one focuses on the essential strategies necessary to ensure high levels of student achievement and has located internal and external resources to maintain these programmatic interventions and strategies with fidelity. This chapter also argues about the governmental programs that are specially design for the disabled children. Chapter two mainly focuses on the concept of professional Learning Communities which provide the structure for collaborative school cultures focused on data and improving student learning. The third chapter of the research discusses the concept of vocational training for the learning disabled children. The findings discussed the major exemptions from testing requirements and for AYP metrics under No child left behind. Finally, all the three chapters concluded based on the findings of the research.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1: PROBLEM AND LEARNING DISABILITIES CONSUME A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF PUBLIC SCHOOL BUDGETS1
CHAPTER 3: SOLUTION AND EXEMPTIONS FROM TESTING REQUIREMENTS AND FOR AYP METRICS UNDER NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND21
Vocational Training in Physical Education on Disability25
Company Vocational Training30
CHAPTER 1: PROBLEM AND LEARNING DISABILITIES CONSUME A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF PUBLIC SCHOOL BUDGETS
Background of the Research
Nearly 20% of the United States population is involved in the public education system in some capacity, whether as a student, teacher, administrator, or financial vendor, which supports the process (Hill, Roza, & Harvey, 2008). Funding a student's education is a joint effort. States provide approximately 47% of the funds, local education agencies about 44%, and the federal government supports about 9% of the total cost (Snyder, Dillow, & Hoffman, 2008). Figure 1(see appendices) illustrates how California's schools are jointly funded, a combination of federal, state, and local monies. School finance issues are of paramount concern to all levels of the educational system, and how these resources are allocated may determine students' success. Research has focused on understanding the role of school resources in student outcomes and how school resources might be more evenly distributed to improve student outcomes. In the current times of economic ...