How is San Diego doing in its move toward inclusion?

10/3/2011 | Voice of San Diego

A 2007 report found that San Diego Unified schools segregated its students in special education and needed to embrace inclusion. Since then, the district has worked to incorporate children with special needs into mainstream classrooms. While the effort has broad support, some disagree about how to best transition to more inclusion. Some parents and educators fear that if done too quickly or without the proper resources, inclusion will be difficult for students with disabilities.

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