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Author Klinzing, Christina Lynn
Title Inclusion can be successful: Eleven case studies validate student successes
book jacket
Descript 87 p
Note Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 44-03, page: 1131
Chair: Belinda Karge
Thesis (M.S.)--California State University, Fullerton, 2005
An elementary school in Southern California that implemented a collaborative inclusion model was studied. Academic and social progress of students and teacher and administrative thoughts about the current inclusion model were examined. Eleven first and second grade students with disabilities were studied based on their IEP goals as well as their reading and math assessments. Twenty-one teachers who worked in the inclusion model were given an 11-question survey. Most of the students made academic and social growth based on the reading and math assessments and they met or partially met their goals. The teacher and administrators felt the inclusion classroom was a beneficial setting for appropriately placed students. These results prove that an inclusion model can be successful
School code: 6060
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Host Item Masters Abstracts International 44-03
Subject Education, Special
Education, Elementary
Education, Curriculum and Instruction
0529
0524
0727
Alt Author California State University, Fullerton
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