Inclusion Students Essay by serendipity

Inclusion Students
A discussion about the importance of the teacher's role in the inclusion method of education.
# 49228 | 1,099 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Feb 29, 2004 in Education (Education Psychology) , Education (Special)

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This paper presents a detailed examination of the attitude of regular education and regular education teachers toward inclusion students. The writer explores the factors that come into play when implementing full inclusion of students with special education needs into a regular education classroom.

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"Years ago, special education students were shuffled down to the end of the hall in a classroom that was far away from the mainstream students of the school. They not only had separate classrooms but often had different lunch periods and recess, which meant they never co-mingled with the regular education population(Cawley, 2002). In the 1960's the federal government declared such practice illegal and mandated that special education students were to be educated in the least restrictive environment. For the past four decades educational systems have scrambled to figure out exactly what that means and then comply with it. The end result has been the complete full day inclusion of as many special education students as possible nationwide."

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