Monday, October 26, 2009

Inclusion classes provide benefits to students in Tennessee district

This year, every middle school and high school in Tennessee's Knox County has at least one inclusion class -- where students of all abilities are taught together -- and many of the elementary schools have them as well. Thanks to federal stimulus money, the district has been able to provide professional development and in-class training for inclusion teachers. Teachers said they are sometimes short on planning time, but they are learning from each other. The Knoxville News-Sentinel (Tenn.)

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