Class Placement Options
Class Placement Options from Least (top) to Most (bottom) Segregated and Specialized
Full-time regular class with the teacher providing a personalized learning environment; consultation occurs with a teacher assistance team, LD teacher, or other specialist (the "teacher consultant" model)
Full-time regular class with direct services provided several times a week by an itinerent LD or other specialist ("push in" model)
Full-time regular class with a full-time special educator as co-teacher ("co-teaching" model)
Part-time regular class with one to three periods daily in a resource room or learning center ("pull out" model)
Part-time regular class and part-time special class
Full-time special class
Removal from home school to special class in another building
Special public or private school
Homebound or hospital placement
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