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Education

***** Urban/Inner City Regular Education Students

Benefit from Transition Services/Programs?

Introduction

Context of Research wide variety ***** 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 ***** policies are designed ***** work with pupils at their own level. Educators are provided with the means and materials to help young people reach ***** best and fullest potential regardless of any perceived external or internal limitations. One program does not suit all, but interestingly, many ***** may possess a ********** appeal than is readily app*****nt. Programs ***** as those ***** are geared to special education students might, in reality, be applicable across a broader spectrum ***** young men ***** women. The skills required to teach ***** with special developmental and cognitive needs might, indeed, be applicable to students with other difficulties ***** requirements. One such approach is that of Transition Services and Programs. Though generally considered to belong to the field of special education, transition services ***** ********** *****fer an abundance of possibilities for those with o*****r needs and concerns. Transition programs and ***** can potentially be of great help 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 ***** ********** young people ***** negative attitudes, or simply feel without hope; powerless to change ***** rise above their circumstances. Transition ***** and services can be modified to aid these very boys and girls; men and *****. It will be the aim of the *****ego*****g study ***** discover how transition programs might be of assistance to ***** in ***** situations. The researcher will ***** these individuals ***** suggest possibilities for modifying these programs and ***** ***** suit their needs, ***** hopefully put an end to the cycle of failure and despair. Adaptation ***** attention to new possibilities can be ***** way **********.

Statement of the Problem

The study of the effects of ***** services and programs on non-***** Education programs requires first a look at ***** goals of those ********** in relation to the original target population. In serving special ***** *****, transition ***** and ***** and programs are meant to accomplish specific **********, namely ***** assisting ***** students in attaining a level of true self-awareness 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 ***** students with disabilities to achieve their life goals. (***** & *****, 2003) Each is a step on the road ***** self-d*****covery, a building block in ***** construction of a firm edifice on which to construct one's life. Each and every one of the skills named serves both ***** direct the search for identity and to assist in ***** actual fashioning ***** ***** identity. As an example, a student who hopes

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