Accessing the General Curriculum: Including Students With Disabilities in Standards-Based Reform

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SAGE Publications, 2005 - Education - 130 pages
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This Second Edition offers more substantive information on what it means to access the general curriculum, providing primary and secondary teachers with a resource to help every learner acheive their full potential.

Accessing the General Curriculum presents updated frameworks and strategies, with examples, illustrations and flowcharts. As schools continue to move towards a system based on challenging standards, this book will be an effective tool in staying on track for both teachers and parents.

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Margaret J. McLaughlin is Professor of Special Education and Associate Director, Institute for the Study of Exceptional Children and Youth, at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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