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Unformatted text preview: Thomas that could say his name. After it did, he saw success and grinned. Nothing can be more fulfilling than seeing a student who cannot talk, speak with assisted devices. You may wonder how this applies now to diversity education, to all of the students in classroom 506 they are learning just as Thomas is how to accept at a young age what diversity is, they are learning to include Thomas, which can only help Thomas when he gets older. Sources: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/12/magazine/12MAINSTREAMING.html? ei=5070&en=df3597c1ecd081ce&ex=1158292800&pagewanted=print&position = And http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/12/magazine/12MAINSTREAMING.html? ex=1158292800&en=df3597c1ecd081ce&ei=5070 The Lessons of Classroom 506 By LISA BELKIN I chose to read an article a friend gave me, I did the research online but I could not find as good an article I wanted to write about....
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