Supporting Special Education Students in General Education Classrooms

Staff members in a Hanover Research member district have indicated a need more professional development, training, and/or mentorship on “servicing Special Education students in the general education classroom.” The district provides a wide range of services and programs to meet the needs of students eligible for Special Education services. Most of these services can be provided for qualified students at local schools in collaboration with general education programs.
This infographic provides resources for teachers to best support special education students in general education classrooms, including links to additional resources on the Hanover Digital Portal and Educator Learning Center.

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Inclusion means all students, including students with disabilities, experience meaningful participation in general education settings, both academically and socially. It is when all students are presumed competent, are welcomed as valued members of all general education classrooms, school community, and extra-curricular activities alongside their same age peers, and experience reciprocal social relationships.

Gallo, G. “Inclusionary Practices Handbook.” Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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