Report urges Boston to be more inclusive in special education

07/9/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Nearly 41% of Boston students with special needs are segregated from other students, a rate nearly three times higher than Massachusetts recommends, according to a report from a research group. The problem appears to be exacerbated as students advance, which can create feelings of isolation and lowered expectations, special-needs educators say.

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