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approach him/her. According to, (Holahan and Costenbade, 2000), “The good news is that children with disabilities who are included in high quality classrooms with their typically developing peers stand to reap positive gains across developmentation domains. This means that hearing impaired students are likely to gain more in a higher education classroom! If you think about it, in the “real world”, individuals with disabilities and individuals without disabilities are not split apart in the work force, opposed to how they are in public schools. More than likely the children with higher academic skills will graduate and become entrepreneurs. The hearing impaired students will likely end up working for them. The entrepreneurs will not know how to acquaint with the disabled individuals, therefore it will be unlikely for the hearing impaired worker to correctly do their job. School is supposed to prepare you for the real world, right? Exposing the hearing students to the hearing impaired will pay off short and long term, They will adapt to each other in the classroom, making it easier for them to approach one another outside of the classroom. Accor Parents fear that bullying would occur, and their child would be made fun of in an inclusive classroom. Nowadays, according to (How to Handle Bullying When Your Child Has Special Needs Bullying may spill over into “disability harassment,” BY TARA FISHLER), “One in four kids in the U.S. is bullied on a regular basis. That’s bad enough, but this is worse: for children with special needs, the rates are generally two to three times higher, according to no fewer than 10 distinct studies.” This means two to three out of four special needs students are bullied on a regular basis. However, teachers do all that they can to ensure students that their classroom is a safe environment. According to, (nrp.org), They say that every student no matter their disability, has the access to a regular education classroom and every student deserves the right to shine! Meaning that the teachers need to make the hearing students understand the said disability, therefore decreasing the amount of bullying in the classroom. Therefore this allows the disabled students to get an efficient education in the inclusive classroom.
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