Why a Boston elementary school is a model of inclusion

04/4/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Henderson Inclusion Elementary School in Boston has become a national model for integrating students with and without disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Up to 35% of the school's 228 students have special needs, and each class is co-taught by a special-education and a general-elementary teacher, with the premise that "it's not the students who are disabled, but the curriculum."

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