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Inclusion at High School
This paper discusses secondary school inclusion for mildly disabled students.
# 126336 | 1,250 words | 12 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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In this article, the writer discusses how to implement an inclusion program at a high school for moderately disabled students emphasizing the role of leadership. The paper includes an annotated bibliography.

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"Inclusion of students with mild to moderate disabilities at the secondary school level requires purposeful leadership in which school authorities as well as teachers recognize the needs of special education students and the importance of restructuring and re-culturing schools to facilitate inclusion. Leadership as described by Fleming and Love in such circumstances requires recognizing the challenges of an inclusion strategy empowering subordinates to participate in inclusion and further recognizing that motivated teachers are a necessity."

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