5/24/2013

When creating the curriculum for expanded-learning time, educators at a Massachusetts middle school looked at special education -- and its focus on students' individual needs -- for inspiration on designing interventions, special-education administrator Craig Haas writes in this blog post. This mindset helped the school group students by needs, rather than achievement, and gave students of different backgrounds chances to work together and bond, he writes.

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