Effective Interventions for Preschool Children with E/bd That Include Defining
Effective interventions for preschool children with E/BD that include defining and measuring behavior and rearranging the environment to teach and support more appropriate conduct are
Each of the following is a reason why early, comprehensive, intense, and sustained intervention is so rare EXCEPT
A)worry about labeling and stigma.
B)familiarity with the early signs of problems.
C)optimism about a child's development (i.e., "he'll grow out of it").
D)lack of resources for any but the most severe cases.
Tad is a 15-year-old youth with a long-standing history of school failure and serious behavioral offenses. He is currently in prison and receives no special education services. A likely reason why Tad is not receiving services is that
A)IDEA does not apply to prison schools.
B)Tad is considered "socially maladjusted" and therefore is not eligible for services.
C)because he has been convicted of a serious offense, Tad has lost the right to a free, appropriate public education.
D)Tad has refused to participate in special education programming.
It is difficult to design a special education program for E/BD at the secondary level because
A)services provided for E/BD usually omit secondary education.
B)few special educators are interested in this field.
C)this category of youths is so varied.
D)subject areas are varied and training of professionals is limited.