The objectives of the research were to determine the special education services level provided in Saudi Arabia for students with ASD from the perspective of the service providers and to find out if there are substantial discrepancies in the services offered level attributed to gender, academic qualification, and educational experience. To collect data, a questionnaire was created, and the study sample consisted of special education center’s in Asir governorate, which provides ASD students with educational services, (12) centers were chosen randomly. The results showed that the means score ranged between (2.61-3.59), the educational environment was rated first with a mean of (3.59), followed by programs and services with a mean of (3.57), and evaluation with a mean of (3.49). The educational environment was placed last with a mean of (3.59). (2.61). The overall mean score of the instrument was (3.31), indicating that the services level offered to ASD students in Saudi Arabias Special Education Centre’s was moderate. Furthermore, the findings showed that no differences with statistical significance were found in the degree of services provided by service providers to ASD students based on the variable (gender, experience, and educational qualification).
Y. Athbah, S.
"Evaluation the Level of Services Provided to ASD Students Spectrum Disorder in Special Education Centre’s in Saudi Arabia,"
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