3rd Grade: Need for Teacher Assistance Beyond That Typically Provided in General Education 3rd Grade Classrooms for Language and Literacy Development by Former Preschool Special Education Services
The more integrated the preschool special education service, the less extra assistance was required from general education teachers on 3rd grade language and literacy tasks.
Students not classified until school age have needs for assistance very much like those of students formerly served in preschool special class programs.
|Related Services Only||SEIT Services Only||Related Services and SEIT||Special Class in Integrated Setting||Special Class Program||No Preschool Services|
|No Extra Assistance Required||0.49||0.38||0.17||0.31||0.25||0.25|
|Requires Periodic Assistance||0.29||0.38||0.49||0.31||0.24||0.26|
|Requires Frequent Assistance||0.11||0.23||0.29||0.27||0.34||0.29|
|Requires Continuous Assistance||0.12||0||0.06||0.11||0.17||0.2|
Preliminary summary of findings
Source: independent research by MGT of America, Inc.
NYSED VESID, DVJ
Oct. 3, 2007