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Inclusion Versus Segregation

eBook (PDF), 7 Pages
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One of the top issues in special education is the ongoing debate of “inclusion versus segregation.” The idea of inclusion in education is that all students, no matter what disability they may have, should learn together in the same environment. Fully inclusive schools do not differentiate between special education courses and general education courses, but rather include students with learning, emotional, behavioral, or physical disabilities in classes with all of the other students. The idea of segregation in education suggests that there are benefits to providing classes separate from general education classes that meet the needs of students with special needs. For some students, this may be for just one or two subjects, while for other students, this encompasses all of their courses. In this assignment, you will consider those students who suffer from behavioral disorders or social skill deficits.
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ISBN
9781365845277
Edition
First
Published
March 23, 2017
Language
English
Pages
7
File Format
PDF
File Size
368.62 KB

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