Whole-school Success and Inclusive Education: Building Partnerships for Learning, Achievement, and Accountability
Teachers College Press, 2002 - Education - 260 pages
This authoritative guide provides an in-depth understanding of inclusion practices in public education. Featuring an impressive group of contributors who offer a variety of perspectives on and approaches to inclusion, this important volume:
-- Examines federal, state, and local inclusive educational policies, practices, finances, and assessments.
-- Offers a comprehensive understanding of school-linked service integration approaches with practical ideas for implementation.
-- Provides many examples of school reform, including school unification models and the new community school movement.
-- Shows educators, community service providers, and family members how these reforms originated, how they work in practice, and where they are taking place.
-- Features an important focus on the Kentucky reform initiative -- the lessons learned from 8 years of assessing all students, including those with severe disabilities.
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