Self-Determination for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Why I Want Educators to Know What It Means

This article argues that in order to have truly democratic classrooms, self-determination is a tool that must be taught to students with disabilities as a way of increasing these students’ means of self-expression and decision-making.

Author(s): Susan Unok Marks
Publication Date: Septmember 2008
Publisher: The Phi Delta Kappan