How "reverse inclusion" is changing one school's culture

03/18/2013 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

An Ohio special-education teacher has created an elective class and club in which students without disabilities come into the environment where students with disabilities learn. She calls it "reverse inclusion" -- an approach that "brings typical peers into my classroom setting," she said. "It's not forced interaction, it's very natural," she said. "My kids aren't sitting by themselves anymore during lunch, and they're going over each other's houses on the weekend. It's more than I ever thought it would be."

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