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Online Instructional Materials for Students with Disabilities: Does it Work?
International Journal of Education
In the context of online instructional programs, numerous topics have been addressed. The purpose of this study was to explore the implementation of the Renzulli Learning System (RLS) in a large public school district in the southwest area of the United States as a measure of using online instructional materials toward increasing academic achievement for students with special needs. Specifically, the study explored the implementation of the RLS in support of students who have been identified asdoi:10.5296/ije.v4i3.1866 fatcat:arkiknrrozbfzgjhixb6pquvwq