The school chosen for this study was recommended by experts in the field of special education. Key findings have identified assumptions and beliefs that create a sense of belonging; however, data indicate that a culture of belonging is not sufficient for instructional excellence. Results of this study identify exemplars and concerns related to instructional practices and adhocracy relationships.The school chosen for this study was recommended by experts in the field of special education.
|Title||:||How Adhocracy Relationships and Critical Components of Inclusive School Cultures Influence Educational Services for Students with Significant Support Needs|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|