Educators outline how inclusion classes benefit all

10/27/2010 | Commercial Dispatch (Columbus, Miss.), The

Inclusion and co-teaching classrooms in some Mississippi schools help teachers become adept at tailoring instruction to meet the diverse needs of all students, including those without disabilities who may have different learning styles. Educators say students who have disabilities also gain valuable social, behavioral, and classroom experience that will provide long-term benefits as they leave school and become part of the community.

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