Montana preschool programs are partners in collaborative classrooms

11/24/2009 | Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

Educators at a Montana school say preschoolers are learning independence and benefiting from interaction with their peers in collaborative classrooms, which pairs students from low-income backgrounds with students in special education. The collaborative classrooms are the result of a partnership between Head Start, which serves 248 area students from low-income backgrounds, and the city of Helena's Special Education Preschool program, which serves 62 students with special needs.

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