Some final thoughts on special education as a aspect of today’s school program – reflections captured just after finishing my first particular education course at William and Mary. Classroom inclusion is just like any other policy that is implemented in the school systems, it demands support from everybody for it to be prosperous. An inclusive classroom requires prior and on-going training for teachers, more planning time, limitation of the quantity of specific education students to 3 per class, provision for teacher aides, additional monetary sources, and support from principals and other employees (Horne & Timmons, 2009). For classroom inclusion to be successful it is going to have to be a joint effort that consists of teachers, administrators, students, and parents.

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