Thursday, August 31, 2006

General ed. teachers ill-prepared for students with disabilities

"It's a matter of how do you provide good service for people and kids and yet still keep it within the budgetary realm of a public school?" - Bob Lanzieri

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Teacher candidates in general education often do not get the training they need to handle children with exceptional needs yet they must teach these students with growing frequency, education experts say. East Brunswick (N.J.) Sentinel (8/31)

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