Colorado district looks at redesign of special-education programs

11/4/2009 | Reporter-Herald (Loveland, Colo.), The

A proposal to redesign special education is on the table in Colorado's Thompson School District. Emphasizing effective inclusion class time for students in special education, the plan represents the culmination of an effort that began last year and included collaboration from education and disability specialists and best-practices research. If approved by the school board, the Re-Imagining Special Education program would affect about 2,000 students.

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