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An Exploration of the Representation of Students with Disabilities in Distance Education

By Michael Woods, Jeffrey Maiden, Joyce Brandes

The primary purpose of this study was to address the dearth of research in the area of educating students with disabilities through distance education (DE).  Corollary research questions investigated perceptions, beliefs, and expectations of secondary school principals and special education teachers.  Data were analyzed to determine the existence of statistically significant differences in efficacy of secondary school principals and special education teachers related to location and size of the school site.

Continued at: http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/winter144/woods_maiden_brandes144.html

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