Inclusion science has gone too far essay all children with disabilities in regular classrooms seems to be the law of the land. But is it the right thing for all kids?
And how are teachers handling it? Inclusion In The Classroom: Has It Gone Too Far? Thank you for subscribing to the Educationworld. Enter the terms you wish to search for.
Please note that this article was originally published in 1997 and has been updated over the years. Education World reposts previously published articles that we think might be still of interest to administrators or have some historical value. Inclusion — the idea that all children, including those with disabilities, should and can learn in a regular classroom — has taken firm root in many school systems, although it is not specifically required by law. To oppose inclusion would seem to advocate exclusion. Critics of full inclusion ask whether even students with the most severe disabilities benefit from placement in regular classrooms.
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