Compton, Mary

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African American mothers of children with disabilities: parental advocacy within rural special education 2013 2067 Studies on parent involvement in education have most often been gender-neutral, although it is primarily mothers who undertake such work (Reay, 1998; West & Noden, 1998). While African American mothers advocating for their children's educational need...
Are you deaf or hard of hearing? Which do you go by: perceptions of students with hearing loss 2014 1846 Analyzing the self-identities of students with hearing loss and the perceptions of their caregivers/parents assist understanding of and affirming of one another and facilitate students' self-advocacy development. Caregivers/parents must be receptive ...
Factors characterizing the academic experiences of children with mild bilateral or unilateral hearing loss 2015 669 Students with mild bilateral (MBHL) or unilateral hearing loss (UHL) are frequently overlooked in service provision under the umbrella of special education services as they are typically viewed as having insignificant disability (Brown, Holstrum, & R...
Stakeholder perspectives of early childhood inclusion: a phenomenological study of parents of children without disabilities 2015 837 Decades of extensive research promoting the value of the inclusion of children with disabilities in classrooms and programs with typically developing children or children without identified disabilities supports inclusion as a best practice in early ...
Inclusive leadership in early childhood education: practices and perspectives of program administrators 2015 935 There is an overwhelming amount of evidence to support the inclusion of children with disabilities as best practice in early childhood education (ECE) programs (Council for Exceptional Children, Division of Early Childhood (DEC)/National Association ...
The time between “just going to work” and “being there”: fathers’ experiences parenting young children with hearing loss 2015 1436 This qualitative study examines the experiences and perceptions of fathers of young children with hearing loss. The investigation describes fathers’ experiences with the identification of hearing loss, diagnosis of hearing loss, receipt of early inte...