This article presents an overview of inclusion, a practice that is being utilized increasingly in schools across the country. In inclusive schools, students who have disabilities learn together with their nondisabled peers. Teachers and support staff collaborate to serve all students in integrated classes. After reviewing the social and legal background of inclusion, Henderson describes specific strategies for designing and implementing successful programs. He outlines organizational change, curriculum and instruction modification, and school culture transformation.
"Inclusion: Educating Students with and without Disabilities,"
New England Journal of Public Policy:
1, Article 10.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol10/iss1/10