Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Chronically ill children -- Education; Children with disabilities -- Education;
This study examined the decisions to send children who are medically fragile to school-based programming. A case study including parent interviews, as well as pediatrician surveys regarding the education of children who are medically fragile. Benefits, as well as problems, were discussed and were associated with children who are medically fragile attending school. Guidelines were presented for decisions to send children who are medically fragile to school. Also, conclusions were drawn from the literature and recommendations were made for the future of schooling for children who are medically fragile.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Charles R. May
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©2006 Aulanda L. Zenner
Zenner, Aulanda L., "Sending Children Who Are Medically Fragile to School" (2006). Graduate Research Papers. 1568.