- Words: 2268
- Length: 7 Pages
- Topic: Teaching
- Paper #: 73008527
Of course, this study was conducted twenty years ago, and the inclusion movement has advanced considerably. Today, students are actually integrated into the classroom and also have the assistance of special education teachers present in the mainstream classroom. They also are more inclined to experience full inclusion instead of partial inclusion.
Tarver-Behring, Spagna & Sullivan (1998) define full inclusion as "the existence of only one unified educational system from the