New York City school mixes students with different abilities

07/9/2003 | NYTimes.com

Public School 87 in Queens has successfully integrated special education students into mainstream classes by providing extra training for teachers on how to tailor lessons to individual students' needs. The school has been singled out by Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein as a model for all schools in the district to emulate.

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