Wounding: Individual and Cultural Marginalization of a Student and Parent “Too Difficult to Serve”

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Laura Franklin

Keywords

Wounding, Marginalization, (Dis)ability

Abstract

The bounded entity in this case study is the educational team (parent, teacher, administrator and paraprofessional) surrounding a student with Emotional Disturbance. Data analysis involveding repeated coding of narratives through open-ended interviews of team members reveals an individual and cultural wounding of the student and parent.


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