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Will inclusion leave ESE students behind?

from Pensacola News Journal

In Rose Coon's classroom, seven students from grades 3, 4 and 5, are working on reading exercises. They move at their own speed. Some have trouble comprehending what they are reading. Others cannot read fluently, often stopping to sound out words. Most are at least one grade level behind in reading, math or both. Some are on a second- or third-grade level in reading, but on grade level in math. One student was in a self-contained special education classroom until this year, when she was put into a general education class and sent to Coon's room just for math instruction. more


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