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Inclusion in Education Inclusion the process of allowing all children the opportunity to fully participate in regular education classroom activities regardless of disability race or other characteristics is often fought in public schools Inclusion is most commonly associated to the field of special education in United States It involves providing a variety of activities and experiences so that all students can participate and be successful in the regular education classroom of their neighborhood school Most educators use the terms mainstreaming or integration to refer to the placement of students with diverse characteristics into a shared educational setting The term inclusion became widespread in the 1990s and is often used in place of mainstreaming or integration Inclusion is a more comprehensive term and emphasizes the addition of specially designed activities that engage all the students collectively The people that object to inclusive education feel that parents shouldnt have a role in their childs education They also feel that you cant dump disabled children into regular classrooms to be educated with their peers Inclusion does not mean providing special education services in separate or isolated places eg Disabled children in a lone classroom on a hall where no other students are educated Inclusion is not ignoring childrens individual needs Inclusion does not mean jeopardizing students safety or well-being It does not mean placing unreasonable demands on teachers or administrators It doesnt mean ignoring parental concerns Also it doesnt mean isolating students with disabilities in regular schools and it doesnt mean placing students with disabilities in schools or classes that are not age appropriate Inclusion does not mean requiring that students be ready and earn their way into regular classrooms based on cognitive or social skills Each school should be required to go through an Inclusion checklist such as Are children with disabilities in the classroom shehe would attend if shehe did not have a disability Are the individual needs of the students
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