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Abstract A wide range of research has been done on the effects of mainstreaming on learning disabled children Although many studies have shown improvements and positive effects none had addressed the best time to implement mainstreaming programs In this study students who had been diagnosed as moderately learning disabled were selected to represent their respective grade level Group 1 consisted of 15 students in kindergarten through 2nd grade and Group 2 consisted of 15 students in grades 3rd through 5th Both groups were given the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement-Revised at the beginning of the semester before inclusion was implemented and another at the end of the semester Group 1 had shown a more significant difference in improvement than Group 2 This study shows that there are definitely positive effects of mainstreaming but also hopes that these current findings will direct future research to detect learning disabilities as early as possible Effects of Mainstreaming on Moderate Learning Disabled Children in Early versus Late Elementary Grade Levels For many years now there has been an increase of interest for the welfare of learning disabled children and their place in the normal classroom setting The attempt to reintegrate special education students with learning disabilities has been a popular subject among the special education and research community Shinn Powell-Smith Good Baker 1997 The strive to create inclusion programs however has not just been a recent issue among these professionals The movement began in 1975 when the Education of the Handicapped Act now called The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was created to develop programs across the United States Its basic requirements were a to make sure that all handicapped children in private and public schools were educated with non handicapped children as much as possible and b that if handicapped children must be removed from the regular education environment it must only be done if the special education children cannot achieve satisfactorily in the normal
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