Mass. district tests co-teaching model

11/21/2013 | (Mass.)

An elementary school in Gloucester Public Schools in Massachusetts is piloting co-teaching in two classrooms this year. In the classes, special- and general-education teachers plan lessons together and spend more time working with students in small groups and individually. "All kids learn differently, so we're able to hopefully touch upon each learning style," special-education teacher Amy Clayton said.

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