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Response to proud2BlibKansan (Reply #8)

Mon Dec 30, 2013, 10:43 PM

9. There aren't any groupings for the last few years.

So a teacher might have a few autistic kids, a few cognitively impaired kids, and a few ED kids, and a few kids who have other specific learning disabilities, all in the same special ed class. So for each lesson the teacher is expected to make modifications for all these groups, while keeping up with the core curriculum that is designed for kids in general ed.

I am guessing the people who came up with that terrific plan have great references from Teacher's College, and no experience in a classroom.

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