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The Inclusion Revolution

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This informative newsletter is composed entirely of material relating to inclusion. From an American perspective , it defines terms like 'mainstreaming' and 'inclusion',and examines the question of whether US Federal law requires inclusion. It also comments on many commonly raised issues and questions. These include: * Why try inclusion? ,* The 'down side' of inclusion * How does inclusion affect classmates? * What are supplementary aids and services? * What does inclusion look like? * What if the included student can't keep up with the class? * What skills do inclusive teachers need in inclusive classrooms? There is also a 10 point inclusion checklist to help schools evaluate whether their practices are consistent with the best intentions of the inclusion movement. Keywords: Advocacy, Education, Inclusion, School Age

Author
Rogers, Joy
Source
Research Bulletin, Number 11
Publisher
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Publication Date
1 May 1993
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Advocacy, Education, Inclusion, School age
Origin
United States

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