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Both groups were given the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement-Revised at the beginning of the semester before inclusion was implemented, and another at the end of the semester. Group 1 had shown a more significant difference in improvement than Group 2. This study shows that there are definitely positive effects of mainstreaming, but also hopes that these current findings will direct future research to detect learning disabilities as early as possible. Effects of Mainstreaming on Moderate Learning Disabled Children in Early versus Late Elementary Grade Levels For many years now, there has been an increase of interest for the welfare of learning disabled children and their place in the normal classroom setting. The attempt to reintegrate special education students with learning disabilities has been a popular subject among the special education and research community (Shinn, Powell-Smith, Good, & Baker, 1997).
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Students in Britain attend school longer, have shorter breaks, and their terms and requirements are much different than the schools regulations here in America. How long do students in Britain attend school each year? Students in Britain do not have to attend school as long as Americans do. For example, a student can drop out at the age of 16 instead of 18. Education is free and compulsory for all children between the ages of 5 – 16 (“Introduction”).
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Hobbs’ article, “Dallas ISD trustee pushes mandatory recess in elementary schools,” he explains the major advantages that come along with recess. It has become more common for schools to take away recess. The reason being is either that they use this extra time for academics, or they take it away as a punishment. He added, “Numerous studies have discussed the importance of recess in improving social and emotional health and learning”(Hobbs.) Recess is a vital part of a child’s day.