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Research and Evidence-Based Practices to Promote Membership and Learning in General Education for Students With Extensive Support Needs

By: Quirk, Carol.
Contributor(s): Ryndak, Diane Lea | Taub, Deborah.
Series: Inclusion 5 (2) June 2017: 94-109. 2017Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | STUDENTS | INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | RESEARCH | EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE | UNITED STATES OF AMERICAOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Offers a definition of “inclusive” education based on schoolwide practices that foster a sense of belonging and provide the instruction and interventions to promote academic success for all students, with a focus on those with extensive support needs. Although placement in general education settings is a necessary condition for “inclusion” to occur, placement alone is insufficient to ensure that membership is fostered and instruction leads to progress in the curriculum. The research findings from studies examining the impact of general education participation on students with extensive support needs is reviewed. Discusses current directions in designing schoolwide organizational structures that support a system for efficient and effective inclusive education, and suggests recommendations for change.
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Offers a definition of “inclusive” education based on schoolwide practices that foster a sense of belonging and provide the instruction and interventions to promote academic success for all students, with a focus on those with extensive support needs. Although placement in general education settings is a necessary condition for “inclusion” to occur, placement alone is insufficient to ensure that membership is fostered and instruction leads to progress in the curriculum. The research findings from studies examining the impact of general education participation on students with extensive support needs is reviewed. Discusses current directions in designing schoolwide organizational structures that support a system for efficient and effective inclusive education, and suggests recommendations for change.

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