Thursday, June 29, 2006

Many general-ed teachers lack skills to help students with disabilities

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Experts say many education schools are failing to give general education teachers more than cursory training in how to handle children with special needs, even though such students are becoming more common in mainstream classrooms. Some New Jersey districts are addressing that shortfall by offering their own professional development on the job or over the summer. North Brunswick Sentinel (N.J.) (6/29)

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