Day Treatment, Residential, & Juvenile Correctional Schools Project (DR&JC)

This project is identifing and investigating alignment of curriculum, assessment, and accountability policies across three levels: school, local education agency, and state, for day treatment and residential schools for students with EBD and schools for youth committed to juvenile correctional facilities.

The project also is identifying teacher instructional adaptations and assessment accommodations in mathematics and English for secondary students with learning and behavioral disabilities in these alternative settings.


U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Field Initiated Research Projects Program, subcontract to George Mason University


Completed on September 30, 2007

Contact Information

Erika Stierli