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What should Behler ad Greggs’s plan of action include? 1. First step would be to get together with different schools around the area and research the plan. 2. Set up a meeting with all the possible staff, school administrators and parents and discuss what special needs the students have and what are the options that they can work with. 3. Create a class plan that contains what exactly will take place in the classrooms. Physical appearance of
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Unformatted text preview: the class and settings of the classrooms. 4. Create lesson plans and plans for classroom activities. 5. Verify all lesson plans and class plans with school administrators and parents. 6. Once the plans are verified and approved, letters or meetings will need to be set up to introduce the new classes to the parents and the students. 7. Go over plans with students to make sure everything will run smoothly....
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