|Title:||Facts from NLTS2: The Secondary School Experiences and Academic Performance of Students With Hearing Impairments|
|Description:||A gap exists between the academic achievement of youth with hearing impairments and their peers in the general population in reading, mathematics, science, and social studies, according to a new release by The National Center for Special Education Research. Facts from NLTS2: The Secondary School Experiences and Academic Performance of Students With Hearing Impairments uses data from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2 dataset to provide a national picture of the secondary school experiences and academic achievement of students with hearing impairments who received special education services.
The outcomes cover several key areas, including students' experiences in general education academic courses and non-vocational special education courses, accommodations, supports, services provided to students, and academic achievement. In addition to the findings for the overall group, this fact sheet provides findings by parent-reported levels of hearing impairments.
|Cover Date:||February 2011|
|Web Release:||February 15, 2011|
|Publication #:||NCSER 20113003
|Authors:||Debra Shaver, Lynn Newman, Tracy Huang, Jennifer Yu, and Anne-Marie Knokey: SRI International|
|Type of Product:||Evaluation Report|
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