Inclusion versus Specialization june

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Running Heading: Inclusion Vs. Specialized 1 Inclusion versus Specialized Special Education is the kind of education that gives hope to individuals with disabilities, particularly to children. In the state of New York, children who are in need of special education must go through a series of evaluations. Based on the results of their evaluation the Community of Special Education then places them in the appropriate classroom setting. Inclusion and Specialized Instructional Environments settings are two types of settings where a child with special needs can be placed. Both settings have similarities, but are different because they are designed to accommodate the specific needs of the students. Inclusion is an educational practice where children with special educational needs spend all or most of the school day with students who do not have special needs. Inclusion has to sub- types, which are known as regular inclusion or partial inclusion and full inclusion. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act calls for students to be placed in the least restrictive environment, which many educators feel is the regular classroom (Willis, 1994). Since inclusion
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