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Are We Abandoning or Helping Students?

First Edition

August 1995 | 88 pages | Corwin
One of the current controversies in education concerns the inclusion in the classroom of both mildly and severely disabled students. The authors of this practical guide detail the rationale behind inclusion, discuss its advantages and disadvantages, and provide guidance for administrators, teachers, students and parents.
The Context
How Far Have We Come and Where Are We Going?

Roles and Responsibilities of Inclusive Teams
Individuals with Mild Disabilities
Implementing Sound Practices

Individuals with Severe Disabilities
Inclusion Practices that Work


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ISBN: 9780803962491