Saturday, December 12, 2009

Inclusion: Special-education efforts benefit all students

At a recent curriculum forum, educators in one New Jersey district told parents and colleagues that adaptations to curriculum made to improve understanding for students in special education often end up benefiting all students. Most of the district's 665 students in special education are integrated into classrooms with their peers. "All children are entitled to be in a regular education program," an educator said. "That's where you start." (Hackensack, N.J.)/The Item (Millburn and Short Hills, N.J.)

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