Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act
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Enacted in the 1970s, the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) was intended to procure the same education for disabled children as provided for their non-disabled peers. The paper shows that, as a result, disabled students were moved from special education classrooms into regular classrooms, which provided the least restrictive environment demanded by the IDEA (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. But do students with disabilities truly profit from this arrangement? This paper proposes a within-groups study to determine the answer to that question.
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