This is a great article which looks at the outcomes of nondisabled students in schools. The article addresses some common concerns some parents may have which include: "Will inclusion reduce the academic progress of nondisabled children? Will nondisabled children lose teacher time and attention? Will nondisabled students learn undesirable behaviour from students with disabilities?" The outcomes are positive and indeed the article goes on to detail the other benefits of inclusion, such as how the development of all children are enhanced when children are included together. Keywords: Education, School Age, Inclusion
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What are the Outcomes for Nondisabled Students?
Staub, Debbie. & Peck, Charles.
Educational Leadership. Vol. 52. No. 4, pp. 36 - 39.
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
1 January 1995
Education, Inclusion, School age