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Human Exceptionality School Community And Family 12th Edition by Michael L. Hardman Test Bank

Chapter_2_Education_for_All

1. Education moved from a privilege to a right for children with disabilities as part of what social movement in the United
States?
a. Anti-war protests b. Immigration Acts
c. Civil Rights Movement d. Free Speech Movement
ANSWER: c
REFERENCES: Blooms: Understanding
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: HESC.HARD.17.02.02 Identify the principal issues in the right-to-education cases that
led to the eventual passage of the national mandate to educate students with disabilities.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States CEC.6.0 Beginning special education professionals use foundational
knowledge of the field and their professional Ethical Principles and Practice Standards
to inform special education practice, to engage in lifelong learning, and to advance their
profession.
2. Education was reaffirmed as a right and not a privilege by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of
a. Mills v. District of Columbia.
b. Brown v. Board of Education.
c. PARC v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
d. Wyatt v. Stickney.
ANSWER: b
REFERENCES: Blooms: Understanding
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: HESC.HARD.17.02.02 Identify the principal issues in the right-to-education cases that
led to the eventual passage of the national mandate to educate students with disabilities.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States CEC.6.0 Beginning special education professionals use foundational
knowledge of the field and their professional Ethical Principles and Practice Standards
to inform special education practice, to engage in lifelong learning, and to advance their
profession.
NOTES: Brown v. Topeka Kansas, Board of Education (1954) established that education must
be made available to everyone on an equal basis. The court declared that . . . it is
doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the
opportunity of an education. Although usually heralded for striking down racial
segregation by acknowledging that separate is not equal, this decision also set a
precedent for the right to inclusive education for students with disabilities.
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Chapter_4_Secondary_Education_and_Transition_Planning

1. Since the 1990s progress for young adults with disabilities has
a. shown drops in graduation
rates.
b. shown rises in unemployment rates.
c. shown rises in Medicaid
enrollment.
d. shown progress in areas such as postsecondary education, employment, and
independent living.
ANSWER: d
REFERENCES: Blooms: Understanding
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: HESC.HARD.17.04.01 Discuss the research on the lives of adults with disabilities.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States CEC.2.0 Beginning special education professionals create safe,
inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments so that individuals with
exceptionalities become active and effective learners and develop emotional well-being,
positive social interactions, and self-determination.
United States CEC.6.0 Beginning special education professionals use foundational
knowledge of the field and their professional Ethical Principles and Practice Standards
to inform special education practice, to engage in lifelong learning, and to advance their
profession.
NOTES: Progress has been made in several areas. The study revealed that 60 percent of young
adults with disabilities continued on to some level postsecondary education within 8
years of leaving high school, while 67 percent reported working full time. Further, the
study showed that within 8 years of leaving high school, 59 percent of young adults with
disabilities lived independently and 4 percent lived semi-independently.
2. Of the students with disabilities fourteen and older exiting high school, approximately what percentage leave with a
high school diploma?
a. 25 percent b. 38 percent
c. 56 percent d. 90 percent
ANSWER: c
REFERENCES: Blooms: Remembering
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: HESC.HARD.17.04.01 Discuss the research on the lives of adults with disabilities.
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States CEC.2.0 Beginning special education professionals create safe,
inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments so that individuals with
exceptionalities become active and effective learners and develop emotional well-being,
positive social interactions, and self-determination.
United States CEC.6.0 Beginning special education professionals use foundational
knowledge of the field and their professional Ethical Principles and Practice Standards
to inform special education practice, to engage in lifelong learning, and to advance their
profession.
NOTES: Of the students age 14 and older exiting school, only 56.5 percent leave with a high
school diploma as compared to 90 percent of their nondisabled peers.
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