Master of Arts
Multicategorical Special Education
Philip Boudreau, Ph.D.
This study focuses on teachers' perceptions of educational barriers to special education services for preschool aged children. The purpose of this study was to determine what teachers saw as barriers to obtaining services for young learners. A review of related research was included in this study. A survey was electronically distributed to general education and special education preschool teachers in the area, and 22 were completed and returned. Overall, teachers identified many possible barriers to services in four (4) sub-groups; parents/families, administrative and support staff, process/procedure, and Early Intervention transition. There was at least one identified barrier in each of those sub-groups.
Stone, Carolyn, "Teachers' Perceptions of Educational Barriers to Preschool Special Education Services" (2016). All Capstone Projects. 187.