Teaching students with intellectual disabilities in regular classrooms: good for kids, or good for budgets?
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Compiled by Celia R. Baker, Deseret News
Published: Monday, Jan. 7 2013 3:10 p.m. MST
The practice of mainstreaming students with disabilities in regular classrooms is required by law as long as it's "conducive to learning." Some say such inclusiveness benefits all students. Others say its a cost-cutting trick that denies services.
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