By Janet Y. Thomas
This can be the 1st e-book to exploit lecturers' reviews to appreciate how prenatal drug publicity impacts kid's' improvement , and the way social building of the matter impacts perceptions inside of faculties.
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4 Medical research studies were beginning to conﬁrm some of these suspicions; the developmental prognosis for drug-exposed children was grim. Studies of crack-exposed children were reporting that the drug caused a myriad of developmental abnormalities in infants, citing poor brain growth, failure to thrive, deﬁciencies in motor development, overstimulation, delayed language development, and atypical social interactions. These things, researchers predicted, would result in severe learning disabilities later in life, which had implications for public school systems.
Although this continued to be a problem from a public health and social service perspective, educational professionals were beginning to pay less attention to this issue. This worked against the best interest of children inasmuch as schools did not focus speciﬁcally on the academic needs of students affected by drug exposure. These studies predicted that drug-exposed babies could reach developmentally appropriate levels of achievement. However, many of these children were still lagging behind their peers developmentally.
Foster parents reported that many of these children were unusually hyperactive, had preexisting medical conditions, and suffered from severe emotional trauma. 61 Other variables have also contributed to the difficulty in securing adoptive homes. 62 These groups are much harder to place. As a result, although parental rights have been terminated in the best interest of the children, many have not been adopted and will grow up in the foster care system. At the end of the 1990s, fortyfour thousand children were still waiting for permanent placements.
Educating Drug-Exposed Children: The Aftermath of the Crack-Baby Crisis by Janet Y. Thomas