Compares/Contrasts Continuum of Services and Inclusion for Educating Students with Special Needs in a General Education System
There are a number of ways by which children with special needs can be educated within the confines of the general education system. The two most popular options are the continuum of services option and the inclusive schools option.
The continuum of services option offers educational services to students with special needs in a range of settings, which can include, as well as the regular classroom, resource rooms, separate classrooms, and specialized schools. It assumes that special education services and programs within the educational system retain a separate identity, with special staff within a central administration that oversee and manage specialized placements and procedures. In addition, a separate staff of special educators and related service personnel are maintained at local school districts. Funding for special education is based on the actual numbers of students identified as having a disability and requiring special education services.
- Choosing the Foundation for Education
- Compares/Contrasts Continuum of Services and Inclusion for Educating Students with Special Needs in a General Education System
- Psychological Egoism
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