New Jersey school offers multipronged approach to special education

10/1/2009 | Asbury Park Press (Neptune-Asbury Park, N.J.)

At the Schroth School in Ocean Township, N.J., educators are working to integrate the varied services needed by its students with disabilities into a traditional school day. "We don't pull students out of class for speech or occupational therapy," said Principal Lisa Graul. "Rather, it is incorporated into classroom activity. The transdisciplinary model -- academics, therapies, medical services ... happens all day every day." The school serves 57 students ages 3 to 21, many of whom have multiple disabilities.

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