Inclusion Models for Special Education
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This paper describes several approaches to implementing inclusion policies for special needs students. Inclusion is defined as keeping special education students in the "least restrictive environment," which often means within the regular classroom. Five models of inclusion are examined. These include one regular teacher and one support teacher; station teaching, parallel teaching, alternative teaching, and team teaching.
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