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Special Education and Teaching

Inclusive education; Mainstreaming in education; Children with disabilities--Education;

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Inclusion : Why? What Now?, Robert Michael Bolick Jan 2009

Inclusion : Why? What Now?, Robert Michael Bolick

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The delivery of education to special needs students has changed over the years. The majority of classroom teachers and special education teachers have worked in separate classrooms to deliver the educational needs of special needs students. Now they are being asked to share a classroom so the special needs students can be included in the regular education classrooms. The purpose of this paper is to present research on strategies that will change the delivery of education for special needs students.

This paper will explain why the change is occurring, how it affects teachers and students, and the best practices for ...


Inclusion Of Special Needs Students Into The Regular Education Classroom, Jennifer S. Hemann Jan 2007

Inclusion Of Special Needs Students Into The Regular Education Classroom, Jennifer S. Hemann

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Is inclusion really the best environment for students with disabilities? Inclusion remains a controversial topic of discussion in the world of education. Since the implementation of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), discussing the idea of inclusion has become more acceptable as school personal become willing to create inclusive classroom settings. This paper will examine the ideas behind inclusion including the history and evolution of inclusion. Throughout this paper the focus will be placed on inclusion issues in the classroom, as well as present various perspectives from individuals involved in the inclusion process. Research cited in this review suggests ...