Tribal College Faculty Attitudes Toward Accommodations and Services for Students with Disabilities

May 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 4-1: Breaking Down the Walls: Confronting Alcohol, Drugs and Family Violence, Research
By John M. Dodd, Patricia M. Rose and Luanne Belcourt

Higher percentages of disabilities have been reported among Indian people than other ethnic groups. If Indian persons with disabilities are to have access comparable to others, tribal colleges will need to provide accommodations and services. Therefore, this was a study of tribal college faculty willingness to provide accommodations and their attitudes toward accommodations. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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