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Note: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Data on some of the variables in this table are missing for some cases. John Wirt, Susan Choy, Stephen Provasnik, Patrick Rooney, Anindita Sen, and Richard Tobin, “Table 2–2. S. 0 — — Not available. a For years 1869–70 through 1989–90, 17-year-old population is an estimate of the October 17-year-old population based on July data. Data for 1990–91 and later years are October estimates prepared by the Census Bureau. b Includes graduates of public and private schools.
D IEP refers to students with Individualized Education Programs and includes children in special education and general education classes. Note: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Data on some of the variables in this table are missing for some cases. John Wirt, Susan Choy, Stephen Provasnik, Patrick Rooney, Anindita Sen, and Richard Tobin, “Table 2–2. S. 0 — — Not available. a For years 1869–70 through 1989–90, 17-year-old population is an estimate of the October 17-year-old population based on July data.
More than two-thirds of all special education students are male. In 2000–01 males made up about 68% of all secondary school students with disabilities. Several theories have been proposed to explain the disproportion of males in various disability categories. Some evidence suggests that boys have a greater vulnerability than girls do to certain genetic maladies and are more prone to developmental lags because of physiological or maturational differences. Some researchers have reported a higher 44 Education for Special School Populations degree of reading disabilities in boys than in girls, although others failed to find similar problems among males in other countries.