resourcesank
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How should a school system select an inclusion model?

How should a school system select an inclusion model? It appears that my school system does not a lot about inclusion and how it should be conducted within the schools around Washington, D.C.  My school system does not have a inclusion model and they act as though they do not want to train teachers. Any ideals?
In Topics: Special needs
> 60 days ago

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michaelbartone
michaelbart... writes:
Good question. Inclusion is a hot topic in education today. Inclusion has many benefits and has succeeded in many schools. With anything teachers need to be made aware of how the school intends to continue working with its special education population. In many instances teachers are taught at school what an inclusion model includes and how to work best with special education students. I am going to refer you to this site which provides information on how to prepare children and schools for inclusion.<br />
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http://www.uni.edu/coe/inclusion/preparing/index.html<br />
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> 60 days ago

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