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Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
Social justice he meets sped
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  • 1. ICCTE Conference Responding to God’s Call to Serve:Achieving the Educational Challenges of this Decade May 23-26, 2012 Greg Richardson Azusa Pacific University
  • 2. • Statement of the Problem• The Purpose• Review of the Literature• Conclusion• Recommendation
  • 3.  Low attainment of postsecondary degrees Inadequate supports for special needs students
  • 4. The research purpose is to explore the differences in postsecondary academic outcomes of students with special needs who receive appropriate supports and those who do not.
  • 5. • Educational Attainment• Historical Inequities in Higher Education• Higher Education in the 21st Century• Social Justice• Societal and Cultural Insensitivities
  • 6. • Advantages of Higher Learning • Intellectual property • Acquisition of wealth• Federal Legislation • IDEA and NCLB • IEPs• Increases in High School Completion Rates • Students with disabilities• Awareness of Higher Learning • Opportunity • Equitable systems
  • 7. Rights of Passage • The European University System • The Trivium • The Quadrivium • Medieval scholars • Clergymen and thinkers • Aristotle’s philosophies
  • 8. Colonial Colleges • Equity in Higher Education • College establishments • Individualized development • John Hancock • Unalienable rights • Rights of passage • Collegiate Education • Community Value • Clergyman or Commerce
  • 9. Clientele • Upper social strata • Women and other minorities • Students with disabilitiesDemand and Supply
  • 10. The Value of Equity in Societal Concerns • Students with Special Needs Acquiring Degrees • Opportunity • Accessibility • Moving Beyond Opportunity to Equity • Defining Equity • Equitable Systems in HE • Landmark Legal Cases • Unequal Outcomes • Accommodations
  • 11. The Value of Equity in Societal Concerns • When Justice Exists in the Academy • Fairness and Justice • The First Virtue • The Law • Equity • Social Scales in the Academy • Higher Learning Acquisition • Proficiency Demonstration • Two Dimensions of Equity • Fairness • Inclusion
  • 12. The Philosophical Roots of Equity • Locke and Rousseau • Kant
  • 13. • Transitioning from Secondary to Postsecondary• Justice and Equality• Cardinal Virtues• The Disposition of Virtue• Justice in the Scriptures• Three Kinds of Justice• Transitioning from… Internal Justice to Social Justice
  • 14. • The Values of Social Justice• Teleological Causation• Moving from Moral Rightness to Social Rightness• The HE Classroom
  • 15. • Issues That Arise for Special Needs Students • Cultural Deficits • Fairness• The ‘60s Civil Rights Movement • Equity from a HE Platform • Self-identification in HE• HE Support Services• HE Academic Delivery Systems
  • 16. The future for students with special needs in the academy is bright. However, it is important to implement diverse services for special needs students to increase their postsecondary academic successes
  • 17. Map the future by providing:•S = Self-efficacy development initiatives•U = Underrepresented change agents•P = Professors and Para-educator advocates•P = Peer collaborations•O = Organizational involvements•R = Resiliency agents during turbulent times•T = Tenacity coaching (Copy write 2012, Gregory Richardson)
  • 18. When the appropriate support is provided forstudents who have special needs we will see moreacademic degrees attained, and more innovativesocietal contributions made like those provided by: Dr. Temple Grandin & Dr. Steven Hawking
  • 19. Contact the presenter for the list of references Gregory Richardson Azusa Pacific University, HDRC 15283 Pahute Avenue Victorville, CA 92395
  • 20. Questions & Answers - Discussion Time -

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