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Inclusion vs. Continuum Sonya Mirchandani 2/20/17 Every student is unique. Different students thrive with different teaching styles, curriculums, and environments; however, because each student thinks and learns differently, interacting and collaborating with one another is an effective way for students to learn and grow. To ensure that all students are receiving the most beneficial education for their needs, I believe that there should be a hybrid of Inclusion and Continuum of Services implemented in school systems. Schools should strive for full inclusion, and place students in the least restrictive environment, however, realistically, there are certain cases in which the student may not work effectively in a mainstream classroom. The hybrid which I believe would work effectively, would be going by a case-by-case basis. Each case should be assessed by determining whether or not a student will be able grow and progress academically, socially, and physically in a mainstream classroom, or if a different environment would be more effective.
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