Annotated Bibliography (FINAL)

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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Annotated Bibliography Edward Perry III & Terrence Donte’ Abdurrahim ITT Technical Institute – Merrillville, Indiana
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Abstract Hello, our group name is “Authentic” Team NSA and this was written and put together by Edward Perry III and Terrence Donte’ Abdurrahim. Our classical paper’s main purpose was to get people to think inclusive in the education world. We wrote a lot of positive things about inclusion and why we think it’s best for all school communities. During our research, we came across great articles, videos and even a new plan called “Reach 2020.” Finally, we talk about benefits from bringing general education and special education together as one. We will also shed light on the history of “IDEA.” 2
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Annotated Bibliography Source # 1: Pratt, C. (1997). There is No Place Called Inclusion. Retrieved March 1, 2016, from Title of Article : There is No Place Called Inclusion Author(s) : Dr. Cathy Pratt Year : 1997 Pages : 2, (3), 4-5. 13-14 Website Link : Pratt, C. (1997) There is No Place Called Inclusion, 2, (3), 4-5, 13-14 Type of Source : Secondary Source My first source I selected was an article by Dr. Cathy Pratt that dates back all the way to 1997. A lot had changed since that time and technology has come a long way and also has evolved numerous ways. This source is very relevant to our group’s research presentation. The article made great suggestions for the students and teachers. The only thing at stake is general education and special education classes combining, classes would be bigger and require more teachers. The funding is through the state grants and funding for the special education classes. Dr. Cathy Pratt view on the current situation is to find ways to bring all students together without leaving anyone out. Some warrants that would be present is that most schools have the students divided and that schools with special education programs receive funding through the state. An 3
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