An analysis of the impact of Public Law 94-142 state regulation changes upon selected role and organizational perceptions of special education teachers

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Janet Harbinson Teague (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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David Pratto

Abstract: This study sought to determine the degree to which changes in the North Carolina Regulations (January 1, 1985) for the implementation of Public Law 94-142, have affected special educators in terms of role description, job satisfaction, and perceptions of the Local Schoo1 District Special Program organization. A survey form was designed to elicit individual demographic data and to provide a comparison of role perceptions before and after (January 1, 1985) the implementation of guideline changes for the North Carolina regulations on handicapped children. School districts from each of the eight educational regions in North Carolina participated in this study. 

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Language: English
Date: 1987
Children with disabilities $z North Carolina $x Education
Teachers of children with disabilities $z North Carolina

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