Career Education & Training for Students with Special Education (Lessons from Singapore)

Dr. Christine Powell

In partial fulfillment of the Fulbright Distinguished Award In Teaching

Education research focused on Students with Special Education Needs (SEN) in Singapore provides examples of organizational supports that underpin student achievement. Recommendations for state and district education leadership to draw on when designing career training programs or upgrading ones are highlighted. These 5 recommendations help build organizational capacity by supporting students with SNE.

Published by drpowellpurposefuleducation

I am a special educator, researcher, and education advocate helping parents and students make purposeful educational decisions. This page is a way of sharing my insights, experiences, and expertise on special education issues and best practices, along with highlighting my Fulbright Distinguished Teacher experience in Singapore this coming year. Fulbright Disclaimer- The views and information presented are my own and do not represent the Fulbright Program of the U.S. Department of State.

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