Inclusion’s effect on nondisabled students

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This 12-page report, Inclusion and the Other Kids: Here’s What the Research Shows so Far About Inclusion’s Effect on Nondisabled Students, tackles the question of how inclusion of students with disabilities affects the other students in the class (who do not have disabilities). The report summarizes the growing body of research that suggests that nondisabled students can gain a number of important benefits from relationships with their disabled classmates. (posted February 27, 2013)
http://www.urbanschools.org/pdf/OP_Kids.pdf

 


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