Friday, December 14, 2007

Maryland schools to emphasize inclusion to boost scores

Ten Maryland middle schools will stress the academic performance of its children with special needs next year in an attempt to spark lagging special-education test scores. Montgomery County special-education teachers and aides will become secondary teachers in their students mainstream classrooms, but funding for the project will come from phasing out special learning centers, angering some parents. The Washington Post

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