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Editor's Roundtable: Leveling the playing field

by: Inez Fugate Liftig

Special education has evolved from separate classroom settings, to pull-out programs, to mainstreaming, to the current practice of full inclusion. Inclusion involves many more regular education teachers than did previous special education programs. In this Editor’s Roundtable column, the author highlights the collection of practical instructional accommodation strategies for science teachers in this issue of Science Scope. In addition, she discusses the importance of “leveling the playing field so students with special needs can get off the sidelines and into the game.”


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 12/1/2006Stock # ss06_030_04_6Volume 030Issue 04

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