Inclusion Classes For Children With Disabilities

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Casey Boston Ann Herman English III 2014 December 15 Inclusion Classes Inclusion classes are very important to the school system. Inclusion classes allow children with disabilities to get their education to the fullest extent. While children with disabilities are in inclusion classes they can also be placed in standard classes to get them introduced to other kids. While no one really knows the true definition of inclusion, the definition is very clear. Inclusion classes help the school system by integrating regular students with disabled students. Both regular students and disabled students benefit from being integrated into standard classes. Inclusion classes are for disabled children that provide the best education possible in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and they help the school system by allowing some of the disabled children to be in standard classes to be integrated with other students and teachers. Children in Special Education classes are described as people who were born with a problems in speech, communication, paying attention, communicating with others, those with auditory and visual problems, and those with multi-sensory problems and the physically disabled. This education involves the law that a children of school age would be able to legally use services like education, special transportation, and speaking within the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). Education is evaluated as a separate setup and disabled children are usually separated at kindergarten time so they will meet specific needs. Disabled children are moved to different places during specific activities. Education is a right and should be provided. All children should be given an education of good quality. Education programs s... ... middle of paper ... ...d Behdioglu, Sema, and Habibe Yelda Sener. “Improving Service Quality In Special Education Institutions: Servqual Scale.” Global Business & Management Research 6.2 (2014): 169-184. Business Source Complete. Web. 10 Nov. 2014. Rubenfeld, Abby R.Brown, Richard S. “Disabled Kids Have The Right To Learn.” Human Rights 23.1 (1996): 20. MAS Complete. Web. 29 Oct. 2014. TAYLOR, KELLEY R. “Inclusion And The Law.” Education Digest 76.9 (n.d.): 48. Science Reference Center. Web. 22 Oct. 2014. “What Is School like for a Child with Learning Difficulties?” The Conversation. Web. 07 Nov. 2014. Wilson, Carolyn H., Keisha L. Ellerbee, and Silas H. Christian. “Best Practices Of Inclusion At The Elementary Level.” Online Submission (2011): ERIC. Web. 7 Nov. 2014. Yell, Mitchell L. “The Legal Basis Of Inclusion.” Educational Leadership 56.2 (1998): 70. MAS Complete. Web. 30 Oct. 2014.
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