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Access to Educational and Community Activities for Young Children with Disabilities: Selected Findings from the Pre-Elementary Education Longitudinal Study (PEELS)
Kristen Lauer (ed)
A series of federal laws have laid the groundwork for integrating individuals with disabilities into schools and communities. Furthermore, the New Freedom Initiative of 2001 was designed to improve access to community life for individuals with disabilities through enhanced use of technology, high-quality education, and rigorous enforcement of existing laws. Community integration or community access can mean different things at different ages. For adults, it may include transportation, employment, and access to higher education and appropriate social supports. For children, it may include involvement in extracurricular activities, participation in family life, and access to an appropriate education. This report describes access for young children with disabilities in two specific domains: community activities, including extracurricular activities and family recreation, and kindergarten classroom experiences. It also examines how access and participation in these activities may vary by child, family, and school district characteristics. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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