Thursday, December 06, 2007

Inclusion has benefits, costs

In reversing the traditional special-education model, inclusion creates new challenges and rewards, readers say in reaction to a recent story on parents who want to keep their children with special needs out of regular classrooms. "When done poorly, it doesn't work, and simply calling something inclusion, doesn't make it so," writes Pamela Winton, director of the University of North Carolina's National Professional Development Center on Inclusion. The Wall Street Journal (subscription required)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I didn't see the Hallmark special starring Rosie O'Donnell, "Riding the Bus with My Sister."

Promethean Planet


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