Posted Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Many special education students are mainstreamed into traditional classrooms in an effort to enhance their learning. But what happens when those students have episodes that disrupt the class and interfere with other students' ability to learn? Are schools equipped to adequately deal with those disruptions? The difficulties, and benefits, of mainstreaming, tomorrow morning at 9 with host Mike McIntyre on the Sound of Ideas.
Rick Mack, Retired, Teacher and Department Head, Special Education Department, Midpark High School
Michele LaMarche, Executive Director, Step by Step Academy
Ida Lieszkovszky, Reporter, State Impact Ohio
Tom Conti, Parent of autistic child
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