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Variables Impacting a Family’s Response to Exceptionality include:
a) Family size and form
b) Birth order & number of parents in the home
c) Blended Families
d) All of the above

Which of the follwing statements is true?
a) Children with disabilities only come from single-parent households.
b) Approximately 1/3 of youth with disabilities live in a single-parent household.
c) Approximately 2/3 of youth with disabilities live in a single-parent household.
d) Approximately 1/4 of youth with disabilities live in a single-parent household.

What best describes culture?
a) The multiple influences that create a person’s overall cultural identity
b) The foundational values and beliefs that set the standards for how people perceive, interpret, and b
c) The way you live
d) Where you live

Interrelated variables which impact the likelihood of the child receiving special education services are:
a) Microculture and disability
b) A family’s culture, socioeconomic status (SES), and geographic location
c) Gender & Microculture
d) Disability and Gender

Socio Economic Status (SES) includes:
a) income
b) level of family member’s education
c) the social status associated with the occupation of its wage earners
d) All of the above

Approximately 1/3 of Approximately 1/3 of students with disabilities come from households where the annual income is less than
a) $75,000
b) $50,000
c) $25,000
d) $100,000

Children of rural and urban geographical locations have the same challenges
a) True
b) False

Children who are ______ are at increased risk for poor school attendance, developmental delays, and emotional and behavioral problems.
a) homeless
b) of urban geographical location
c) on an IEP
d) from a Single Parent Family

A family’s perspective influences the way in which they envision and participate in home-school partnerships, services for their child and family, and the dreams they may hold for
a) True
b) False

As people with disabilities are beginning to lead more typical lives, they NOT more likely to become parents.
a) True
b) False

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