Co-teaching may help students with special needs go mainstream

12/23/2008 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

When done well, inclusion can help students with special needs succeed academically and socially, educators say. But too many Pennsylvania districts don't adequately prepare students for mainstream classes or support them once they're there, said Bernard Miller, the Pennsylvania State Education Association's director for exceptional programs.

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