"Twice-Exceptional" Students Can Be Successful in Advanced Placement. Identifying the Supports and Barriers.
This presentation presents the findings of a research study regarding the experiences of high school and college students with learning disabilities, who received special education services and also participated in Advanced Placement or for college credit classes, highlighting the supports and barriers they encountered prior to and during their participation.
Schultz, Susan, ""Twice-Exceptional" Students Can Be Successful in Advanced Placement. Identifying the Supports and Barriers." (2009). Education Faculty/Staff Publications. Paper 114.
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Paper presented at the NYSATE/NYACTE Conference in Saratoga Springs, New York on April 23, 2009.