Article: Inclusion and the Other Kids

This article from the National Institute for Urban School Improvement discusses inclusive education, specifically the positive effects that an inclusive classroom setting can have on children without disabilities. Through a series of questions and answers, the author points out that educating students in an inclusive classroom promotes friendships, social skills, self-esteem, patience and acceptance of diversity.

Download the Article – Inclusion and the Other Kids: Here’s What Research Shows so Far About Inclusion’s Effect on Nondisabled Students (PDF).

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Date posted: July 13, 2012. Content created by The Autism NOW Center. Last updated: November 6, 2012.

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