Some parents and educators question how special-education teachers will be able to meet the needs of students with disabilities who will be dispersed among inclusion classrooms. However, others say inclusion has many benefits for all students, exposing those without disabilities to a more diverse student body, while offering access to a more rigorous curriculum for students with disabilities.
Move toward inclusion stirs debate in Fla.
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