An educator's resource guide on the inclusion of students with severe disabilities
Inclusion is becoming common practice in the United States for students with mild disabilities. However, the issue of including students with severe disabilities in the general education curriculum is still controversial; administrators and teachers are fearful because of a lack of knowledge on how to best support students with severe disabilities in the general education setting. In this age of accountability and education reform, high expectations for all students make inclusion of the upmost importance. This resource guide provides web and print resources, thereby providing teachers with a greater knowledge base about how to properly implement inclusion for all students.