Connecticut town touts success of integrated learning

03/17/2010 | Herald (New Britain, Conn.), The

School officials in Southington, Conn., say their inclusion programs are working. Under the program, students in special education spend 75% of their time in regular classrooms -- beating the state average -- and take state assessment tests alongside their peers. Nearly a third of the town's education budget is spent on the 11.2% of students in special education.

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