Understanding why special education is not a place
In line with the goal of inclusion, today’s continuum of support for students with disabilities emphasizes the general education setting as the primary placement for all children regardless of the disability. This thinking shifts the focus from special education as a “place” to special education as a “system of individual supports.” The decision to support students in specialized support settings is best made based on the needs of each individual student.
- Specialized Support within the Model for Inclusive Schools
- Understanding How and When Specialized Support Should Be Provided
- Strategies and Techniques for Supporting Students in Specialized Support Settings
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