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Technology and Engineering Education Accommodation Service Profile: An Ex Post Facto Research Design

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Jeremy V. Ernst ,

Virginia Tech, US
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Associate professor in the Integrative STEM Education Program at Virginia Tech.
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Thomas O. Williams Jr.

Virginia Tech, US
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An associate professor in the Special Education Program at Virginia Tech.
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Abstract

The findings of this study offer specific insight pertaining to accommodation service responsibilities of technology and engineering educators. The restricted use license, granted by NCES, permitted the generation of a population-based profile of service load. Offering a complete spectrum of service load accountability provides an authentic glimpse into not only enrollment patterns and the student population in technology and engineering education but also the breadth of duty for technology and engineering educators. Specifically, the breadth of duty illuminated through this study is the quantity of students with categorical disabilities and LEP whom technology and engineering educators teach and the associated instructional and environmental demands that are necessary for a quality inclusive educational experience.
How to Cite: Ernst, J. V., & Williams Jr., T. O. (2014). Technology and Engineering Education Accommodation Service Profile: An Ex Post Facto Research Design. Journal of Technology Education, 26(1), 64–74. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v26i1.a.4
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Published on 22 Sep 2014.
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