Learning About Inclusion
A hot topic among today's educators is Inclusion, the practice of teaching students with disabilities in the context of regular education classrooms. To learn more I conducted a search in our education database, ERIC, which pointed to an interesting article in Phi Delta Kappan (January, page 389-391), a periodical that the library owns. The article, What Do Students Think About Inclusion, was originally an assignment given to future teachers by a special education professor at Indiana State University. Teachers-to-be were sent to the mall to interview young people about their views of including special needs students in general classes. To learn about the results, read the full-text of the article and to learn more about inclusion, read one of our newest books in the education collection, Widening the Circle.