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At her new school, an IEP was developed for Casey and she had access to special educational services to accommodate her needs.
Casey's academic performance improved, and she's learning to better regulate her emotions and even making friends.
Now, the moral of Casey's story isn't that inclusive education doesn't work...
..but rather, inclusive education is more than just the placement of students
Inclusiveness is about meeting the individual needs of every student, regardless of ability...
...and making sure all students have access to the same opportunites, which isn't an option for disabled students in segregated schools and or classes
Inclusion isn't a black-and-white issue, some will work best in mainstream classrooms, others will not.
It's all about providing students with the best education possible, no watered-down curriculum and no limitations
With properly trained teachers and accessible educational services, disabled students like Casey will continue to thrive.
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