Why co-teaching, inclusion are favored at Brooklyn, N.Y., charter

10/21/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Teachers Allison Keil and Sara Stone founded the Community Roots Charter School in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, N.Y., aiming to enroll a diverse body of students, including many considered at-risk or who have special needs. In an interview, the pair discuss their decision to create the school, which focuses on small class sizes and employs inclusion and co-teaching practices.

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