Learn the differences between high school and college in services and support for a student with a disability.
High School: Classroom attendance monitored and participation contributes to overall grade; class standards changed for students with IEPs.
Bethel: Attendance is not a requirement. All students must meet the same class standards.
High School:Teachers take attendance, check notebooks, put information on the blackboard, and directly impart facts from the textbook; teachers monitor progress and offer clarification and assistance.
Bethel: Instructors rarely teach from the textbook, often lecture non-stop, and expect students to learn fromoutside assignments and library research. Students must monitor progress and ask for assistance when needed.
High School: Parents are often advocates and work directly with teachers to assure necessary academic support
Bethel: Parents become mentors and work with their student to offer guidance and support
High School: Time and assignments are structured by teachers, parents, and other adults.
Bethel: Students must structure their own time between academics and extracurricular activities. Students make decisions regarding schedules, class attendance, studying, etc.