Children living in foster care who receive special education services
Abstract was conducted to investigate teachers in the field of Special Education. These educators often form particularly close relationships with their students due to the individualized nature of instruction they provide. These teachers have the unique opportunity to reach some of the most at-risk students in our schools. Foster children who qualify for Special Education services fall among the most challenging and difficult students to reach. In order to collect information about obstacles faced by children with special needs placed in foster care setting a literature review was conducted. Conducted to investigate the impact of the compulsory way of life they have endured, and possible interventions for improving their educational and social success. The information collected was used to create an informational handout for Special Education teachers and their students who reside in foster care settings. These handouts provide useful facts and ideas for better collaboratively serving these at-risk children.
Learning disabled children - services for.
Invidual differences in children.
Cognition in children.
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