Author

Mary Sunisloe

Date Approved

3-15-2012

Degree Type

Open Access Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Special Education

Committee Member

Derrick Fries, PhD, Chair

Committee Member

Phillip Smith, PhD

Abstract

This research study looks at the preparation of Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers working with students who have special needs. If the CTE teachers have been prepared through formal education and updated training, participate in the IEP process, and have access to and use goals and objectives of students who have IEPs, then CTE teachers will feel prepared to work with students who have special needs. Specifically this study looked at three areas: how much formal education CTE teachers had as well as up-dated training for working with students who have special needs within the last twelve months; if CTE teachers had participated in the individual education plan (IEP) process for students’ within their program, and if they had access to the IEP to meet the students goals and objectives.

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