Dropout Prevention for Students with Special Needs – Podcast Episode 26 | Podcast Episode 26
Classnotes Podcast (December 11, 2007) Students with disabilities drop out of school at higher rates than any other student group. Working with the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities, IDRA has set up a planned variation of the Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program with an emphasis on serving students with disabilities. Josie Danini Cortez, M.A., an IDRA senior education associate, and Lee Ramos, a San Antonio high school teacher, talk about the dramatic impact of this pilot project and share stories of students it served.
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Show length: 24:23
Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program
Overview of the program and its philosophy, research-based design, program elements, evaluation design, recognition and awards, and getting started at your school.
The National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities
Dropout Prevention for Students with Disabilities: Evidence-based Programs that Work
National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities
NDPC-SD presented at the Oklahoma Transition Institute in Norman, Oklahoma, on June 26, 2007. The session, entitled Dropout Prevention for Students with Disabilities: Evidence-based Programs that Work, was attended by approximately 25 teachers and school/district transition coordinators.
Dropout Prevention for Students with Disabilities: A Critical Issue for State Education Agencies
by the National High School Content Center
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