Inclusion of special education students meets opposition

10/25/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The San Francisco Unified School District is one of the most advanced in the nation in its practice of placing special education students in regular classes. Supporters say special ed students in the district have fewer restrictions and are able to have other behavioral role models, while opponents argue that the system is too expensive to support and teachers do not have the necessary training to teach all the students.

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