Should Special Education be redefined and redesigned?
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Yes, Inclusion is not about disability but is also about creating a society where everyone feels welcome.
Many schools call themselves inclusive but still maintain segregated classroom based on special education labels.
Inclusion helps all students by teaching them to appreciate everyone's differences and find solutions that work for all.
Referral and assessment procedures often place students in segregated environments before an attempt is made to serve them in a general education classroom.
Sometimes student behavior requires a different placement outside the general education classroom, but steps should be considered to all the student to re-enter the classroom.
Inclusion allows students and teachers to talk about uncomfortable topics.
Inclusive classrooms become a positive place for everyone when multiple forms of peer support are consistent and valued.
Educators should view special education as a service, not a sentence.
Inclusion classrooms put a premium on how people treat one another.
The IEP team must believe in the inclusive education model and view problems as something to work through.
Inclusion teaches us to think about we, rather than I.
All educators should come together and promote differentiation, adaptations and UDL for successful learning and education placement.
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