Resource Bibliography

Anger/Aggression Management


Bodtker, A. (2001). Conflict education and special-needs students, part
  two: Improving conflict competence and emotional competence. Mediation Quarterly, 18(4), 377-396.
 
Coleman, M., & And, O. (1992). Aggression replacement training with
  behaviorally disordered adolescents. Behavioral Disorders, 18 (1), 54-66.
 
Dangel, R. F., Deschner, J. P., & Rasp, R. R. (1989). Anger control training
  for adolescents in residential treatment. Behavior Modification, 13(4), 447-458.
 
Denkowski, G. C., & Denkowski, K. M. (1985). Community-based
  residential treatment of the mentally retarded adolescent offender: Phase 1, reduction of aggression behavior. Journal of Community Psychology, 13(3), 299-305
 
Etscheidt, S. (1991). Reducing aggressive behavior and improving self-
  control: A cognitive-behavioral training program for behaviorally disordered adolescents. Behavioral Disorders, 16(2), 107-15.
 
Feeney, T. J., & Ylvisaker, M. (1995). Choice and routine: Antecedent
  behavioral interventions for adolescents with severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 10(3), 67-87.
 
Hicks, T., & Munger, R. (1990). A school day treatment program using an
  adaptation of the Teaching-Family Model. Education & Treatment of Children, 13(1), 63-83.
 
Knapczyk, D. R. (1992). Effects of developing alternative responses on the
  aggressive behavior of adolescents. Behavioral Disorders, 17 (4), 247-263.
 
Knapczyk, D. R. (1988). Reducing aggressive behaviors in special and
  regular class settings by training alternative social responses. Behavioral Disorders, 14(1), 27-39.
 
LeCroy, C. W. (1988). Anger management or anger expression: Which is
  most effective? Residential Treatment for Children & Youth, 5(3), 29-39.
 
Lochman, J., Bennett, C., & Simmers, D. (1988). Residential re-ed
  treatment of highly aggressive youth: Preliminary indications of effectiveness and the precursors of improvement. Education & Treatment of Children, 11(1), 52-62.
 
Martella, R., & And, O. (1995). Determining the collateral effects of peer
  tutor training on a student with severe disabilities. Behavior Modification, 19(2), 170-191.
 
Ninness, H. A. C., Fuerst, J., & Rutherford, R. (1995). A descriptive analysis
  of disruptive behavior during pre- and post-unsupervised self-management by students with serious emotional disturbance: A within-study replication. Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, 3(4), 230-240.
 
O'Neill, R. E., & Sweetland-Baker, M. (2001). Brief report: An assessment
  of stimulus generalization and contingency effects in functional communication training with two students with autism. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 31 (2), 235-240.
 
Robinson, T. R., Smith, S. W., & Miller, M. D. (2002). Effect of a cognitive-
  behavioral intervention on responses to anger by middle school students with chronic behavior problems. Behavioral Disorders, 27(3), 256-271.
 
Rosen, L. A., Gavardi, L., Millder, C. D., & Miller, L. (1991). Home-based
  treatment of disruptive junior high school students: An analysis of the differential effects of positive and negative consequences. Behavioral Disorders, 15, 227-232.
 
Sachs, J. J. (1992). The impact of a wilderness experience on the social
  interactions and social expectations of behaviorally disordered dolescents. Behavioral Disorders, 17(2), 889-98.
 
Seybert, S., Dunlap, G., & Ferro, J. (1996). The effects of choice-making on
  the problem behaviors of high school students with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Behavioral Education, 6(1), 49-65.
 
Smith, S. W. (1992). Effects of a metacognitive strategy on aggressive
  acts and anger behavior of elementary and secondary-aged students. Florida Educational Research & Development Council Bulletin, 24, 2-56.

Behavior Disorders

Kortering, L. J., & Blackorby, J. (1992). High school dropout and students
  identified with behavioral disorders. Behavioral Disorders, 18(10), 24-32.
 
Kortering, L. J., Braziel, P. M., & Tompkins, J. R. (2002). The challenge of
  school completion among youths with behavioral disorders: Another side of the story. Behavioral Disorders, 27(2), 142-154.

Career/Employment

Rylance, J. B. (1998). Predictor of post-high school employment for youth
  identified as severely emotionally disturbed. The Journal of Special Education, 32(3), 184-192.

Collaboration

Sharpe, M. N., & Hawes, M. E. (2003, July). Collaboration between general
  and special education: Making it work. NCSET Issue Brief, 2(1).

Data

Hayes, R. L., Nelson, J. L., Tabin, M., Pearson, G., Worthy, C. (2002). Using
  school-wide data to advocate for student success. Professional School Counseling, 6(2), 86+. Retrieved March 29, 2004, from ProQuest database.
   
Janosz, M., LeBlanc, M., Boulerice, B., & Tremblay, R. E. (1997).
  Disentangling the weight of school dropout predictors: A test on two longitudinal samples. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 26(6), 733-762. Retrieved March 29, 2004, from ProQuest database.
   
Lehr, C. A., Hansen, A., Sinclair, M. F., & Christenson, S. L. (2003). Moving
  beyond dropout prevention to school completion: An integrated review of data based interventions. School Psychology Review, 32(3), 342-364.
   
MacMillan, D. L., Balow, I. H., Widaman, K. F., Borthwick-Duffy, S., &
  Hendrick, I. G. (1990). Methodological problems in estimating dropout rates and the implications for studying dropouts from special education. Exceptionality, 1, 29-39.

Emotional Disabilities

Thurlow, M., Christenson, S., Sinclair, M., Evelo, D., & Thornton, H. (1995).
  Staying in school: Middle school students with learning and emotional disabilities. ABD Dropout Prevention and Intervention Series. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration.
   
Tobin, T. J., & Sugai, G. M. (1999). Discipline problems, placements, and
  outcomes for students with serious emotional disturbance. Behavioral Disorders, 24(2), 109-121.

Family Engagement

Hurley, L. P., & Lustbader, L. L. (1997). Project support: Engaging children
  and families in the educational process. Adolescence, 32, 523+. Retrieved March 29, 2004, from ProQuest database.

General

Dynarski, M., & Gleason, P. (2002). How can we help? What we have
  learned from federal dropout prevention programs? Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk, 7(1), 43-69.
   
Fashola, O. S., & Slavin, R. E. (1998). Effective dropout prevention and
  college attendance programs for students placed at risk. Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk, 3(2), 159-183.
   
Finn, J. D. (1993). School engagement and students at risk. Buffalo, NY:
  State University.
   
Hess, R. S., & Copeland, E. P. (2001). Student's stress, coping strategies,
  and school completion: A longitudinal perspective. School Psychology Quarterly, 16(4), 389-405.
   
Jordan, W. J., McPartland, J. M., & Lara, J. (1999). Rethinking the causes of
  high school dropout. The Prevention Researcher, 6(3), 1-4.
   
Kortering, L. J., Hess, R. S., & Braziel, P. M. (1998). School dropout. In
  George Bear, Kathleen Minke, & Alex Thomas (Eds.), Children's needs II: Development , problems, and alternatives (pp. 511-521). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
   
Lovitt, T. C. (2000). Preventing school failure: Tactics for teaching
  adolescents. (2nd ed.). Austin, TX: pro-ed.
   
Martin, E. J., Tobin, R. J., & Sugai, G. M. (2002). Current information on
  dropout prevention: Ideas from practitioners and the literature. Preventing School Failure , 47 (2), p. 10+. Retrieved March 30, 2004 from ProQuest database.
   
Obasohan, A. N., & Kortering, L. (1999, Winter/Spring). Dropping out of
  school: Comparing the perceptions of teachers and dropouts. The Journal of At-Risk Issues, 19-26.
   
Rosenthal, B. S. (1998). Non-school correlates of dropout: An integrative
  review of the literature. Children & Youth Services Review, 20(5), 413-433.
   
Rumberger, R. W. (1995). Dropping out of middle school: A multilevel
  analysis of students and schools. American Educational Research Journal, 32(3), 583-625.
   
Scanlon, D., & Mellard, D. F. (2002). Academic and participation profiles of
  school-age dropout with and without disabilities. Exceptional Children, 68 (2), 239-258.

General-Students with Disabilities

Blackorby, J., Edgar, E., & Kortering, L. J. (1991). A third of our youth? A
 
look at the problem of high school dropout among students with mild handicaps. The Journal of Special Education, 25(1), 102-113.
   
MacMillan, D. L. (1991). Hidden youth: Dropouts from special education .
  Reston, VA: The Council of Exceptional Children.
   
Scanlon, D., & Mellard, D. F. (2002). Academic and participation profiles of
  school-age dropout with and without disabilities. Exceptional Children, 68 (2), 239-258.
   
Sinclair, M. F., Christenson, S. L., Thurlow, M. L., & Evelo, D. L. (1994). Are
  we pushing students in special education to drop out of school ? Policy Research Brief, 6(1).
   
Sutherland, M., & MacMillan, F. C. (2001). Preventing high school dropout
  among students with mild disabilities: A literature review . (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED456610.)
   
Thurlow, M., Johnson, D., & Sinclair, M. (2002). Students with disabilities
  who drop out of school - Implications for policy and practice. NCSET Issue Brief. Minneapolis: Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition.

Guidance

Richardson, J. G. (2002). Historical context, professional authority, and
  discourses of risk: Child guidance and special education. Teachers College Record, 104(3), 563-585

Law/Legal Issues

Bakken, T., & Kortering, L. (1999). The constitutional and statutory
  obligations of schools to prevent students with disabilities from dropping out. Remedial and Special Education, 20(6), 360-366.
   
Kortering, L., Julnes, R., & Edgar, E. (1990). An instructive review of the
  law pertaining to the graduation of special education students. Remedial and Special Education, 11(4), 7-13.
   
Muller, E., & Markowitz, J. (2004, March). English language learners with
  disabilities. Alexandria, VA: Project FORUM.

Learning Disabilities

Kortering, L., & Braziel, P. (2002, Summer). A look at high school programs
  as perceived by youth with learning disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 25, 177-188.
   
Kortering, L., & Braziel, P. (2000). A look at the expressed career
  ambitions of youth with learning disabilities . The Journal for Vocational Special Needs Education , 23(1), 24-33.
   
Kortering, L., Haring, N., & Klockars, A. (1992, March/April). The
  identification of high-school dropouts identified as learning disabled: Evaluating the utility of a discriminant analysis function. Exceptional Children, 422-434.
   
Muller, E., & Markowitz, J. (2004, March). English language learners with
  disabilities. Alexandria, VA: Project FORUM.
   
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2003). LD advocates guide.
  Retrieved November 14, 2003, from http://www.ld.org/advocacy/tutorial.cfm
   
Thurlow, M., Johnson, D., & Sinclair, M. (2002). Students with disabilities
  who drop out of school - Implications for policy and practice. NCSET Issue Brief. Minneapolis: Institute on Community Integration, National Center on Secondary Education and Transition.
   
Zigmond, N., & Thornton, H. (1985). Follow-up of postsecondary age
  learning disabled graduates and dropouts. Learning Disabilities Research, 1 (1), 50-55.

Mentoring

DuBois, D. L., Holloway, B. E., Valentine, J. C., & Cooper, H. (2002).
  Effectiveness of mentoring programs for youth: A meta-analytic review. American Journal of Community Psychology, 30(2), 157+. Retrieved March 29, 2004, from ProQuest database.

School Culture


Maehr, M. L., & Midgely, C. (1996). Transforming school cultures. Boulder,
  CO: Westview Press.

Student Perspective

Kortering, L. J., & Braziel, P. M. (1999). School dropout from the
  perspective of former students: Implications for secondary special education programs. Remedial and Special Education, 20(2), 78-83
   
Kortering, L. J., & Braziel, P. M. (1999). Staying in school: The perspective
  of ninth-grade students. Remedial and Special Education, 20(2), 106-113.

Transition

Johnson, D. R., Stodden, R. A., Emanuel, E. J., Luecking, R., & Mack, M.
  (2002, Summer). Current challenges facing secondary education and transition services: What research tells us. Exceptional Children, 68(4), 519-531. Retrieved March 29, 2004, from ProQuest database.
   
Lichtenstein, S. (1993). Transition from school to adulthood: Case studies
  of adults with learning disabilities who dropped out of school. Exceptional Children, 59, 336-347.
   
Maag, J. W., & Katsiyannis, A. (1998). Challenges facing successful
  transition for youths with E/BD. Behavioral Disorders, 23(40), 209-221.
   
National Longitudinal Transition Study 2 (2005, April). After High School:
  A First Look at the Postschool Experiences of Youth with Disabilities Available: http://www.nlts2.org/reports/2005_04/
   
Stodden, R. A., & Jones, M. A. (2002, December). Supporting youth with
  disabilities to access and succeed in postsecondary education: Essentials for educators in secondary schools. NCSET Issue Brief, 1(5).