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Factors relating to the postsecondary success of students with learning disabilities


Author(s): Strasburger, R., Turner, M., & Walls, R.

Citation: Strasburger, R., Turner, M., & Walls, R. (1998). Factors relating to the postsecondary success of students with learning disabilities. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11(1), 63-76.

 

Abstract

The authors examined how secondary educational settings affect the aptitude of students with learning disabilities. The study indicated that students having more inclusive, less structured and supported programs within the secondary school settings are more successful in graduating from college.

 

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