Co-teaching helps educators meet students' needs

09/26/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Co-teaching works when teachers share classroom responsibilities, have a similar work ethic and complementary skill-sets, experts say. Susan Fitzell, a former special-education teacher who began co-teaching in 1993 at Londonderry Senior High School in New Hampshire and is now an education consultant, says co-teaching allows educators to work in small groups and meet the needs of students, including children with disabilities.

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