Tenn. district uses co-teaching to educate children with special needs

In Tennessee's Knox County, about 50% of students with disabilities are taught in mainstream classrooms for at least 80% of the day; that is about 4 percentage points short of the state goal. To boost inclusion, the district is expanding a program of co-teaching, which pairs a general-education teacher and a special-education teacher in classrooms.

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