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Can Urban/Inner City Regular Education Students

Benefit from Transition Services/Programs?


Context of Research wide variety of thoughtful and useful programs exist within today's educational system. Individual fields, such as Special Education, feature approaches and ideas that appear uniquely tailored to students' special needs. Techniques and policies are designed to work with pupils at their own level. Educators are provided with the means and materials to help young people reach their best and fullest potential regardless ***** any perceived external or internal limitations. One program does not suit all, but interestingly, many *****s may possess a wider appeal than is readily app*****nt. Programs ***** as those that are geared to ***** education students might, in reality, be applicable across a broader spectrum of young men ***** wo*****. The skills required to teach students ***** special developmental and cognitive needs might, indeed, ***** applicable to ***** with other difficulties and requirements. One such approach is ***** ***** Transition Services ***** *****. Though gener*****y considered to belong to the field of special education, transition services and programs *****fer an abund*****ce of possibilities for those with other ***** and concerns. ***** ***** and ***** can potentially be of great ***** to economically disadvantaged individuals growing up in the nation's inner cities. America is filled ***** blighted neighborhoods that are home to youth who have, seemingly, been witness to every bad thing in life. Many ***** *****se young people possess negative attitudes, or simply feel without hope; powerless to change or rise above ***** circumstances. Transition programs and services can be modified ***** aid these very boys and girls; men and *****men. It will be the aim of the forego*****g study to discover how transition programs might be of *****sistance to people in ***** situations. The researcher will study these ********** ***** suggest possibilities for modifying these programs and ***** ***** suit their needs, and hopefully put an end to the cycle ***** failure ***** despair. Adaptation and attention to new possibilities can be the way **********.

Statement of ***** Problem

The study ***** the effects of transition services and programs on non-Special Education programs requires first a look at the goals ***** those approaches in relation to ***** original target population. In serving special education students, transition ***** and services and programs are meant to accomplish specific ends, namely the assisting of ***** in attaining a ***** ***** true self-*****wareness so that they are enabled ultimately to help themselves by setting ***** own short-term and long-term goals. (Kohler & Field, 2003) Social skills, academic experience, job search, and *****-related skills all help students with disabilities to achieve their life goals. (***** & Field, 2003) Each is a step on the road to self-*****y, a building block in the construction of a firm edifice on which to c*****struct one's life. Each and every one of the skills named serves both to direct the search for identity and ***** assist in the actual fashioning of ***** identity. As an example, a student who hopes


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