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Disproportionate Representation In Special Education (Why Some Students Groups Are Identified For Services More Than Others)

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  • 1. Disproportionate Representation In Special Education ( Why Some student groups are identified for services more than others )
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    • “ the extent to which membership in a given ethnic group affects the probability of being placed in a specific special education disability category (e.g., students with mild mental retardation).”
      • Oswald et al., 1999
    Disproportionate Representation: Presented by Brent Daigle, Ph.D. (ABD )
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    • Risk Ratio Formula
    • Risk -- A racial/ethnic group’s probability or risk of having a particular disability
    • Risk Ration – Compares the risk for one racial/ethnic group to the risk for all other groups
    Presented by Brent Daigle, Ph.D. (ABD )
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