It’s already summer school time and I have a course titled Critical Issues in Special Education. We’re kicking off with some conversations about LRE and inclusion backed by the literature on the topic. I’ll share the articles we read here in case you want/need to learn more or brush up on the nuance of LRE.
Kauffman & Badar, 2017
Kurth, Morningstar, & Kozleski, 2014
Preventing Double Segregation for Students with Disabilities
Rozalski, Stewart, & Miller, 2010
Rafferty & Griffin, 2005
Primary Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Inclusion Across the Training Years, 2018
Sometimes Separate Is Better, 1994
Instructing Students With High-Incidence Disabilities in the General Education Classroom
Social Acceptance and Paraprofessional Support for Students with Severe Disabilities.pdf
Inclusive education, Beyond Popular Discourse, 2018
Educating Students with Learning Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms, 2013
Jen Newton, PhD is an assistant professor in early childhood/early childhood special education (isn’t that a lot of words for what should be one field??). I talk a lot and have strong opinions – or so I am told.