Inclusion in Education

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An 8 page research paper that discussion this topic. The past several decades have witnessed the growth of the inclusion movement in regards to special education. Rather than segregating students with disabilities within specially designated classrooms, the inclusion movement, in general, refers to the concept of integrating special education students within the context of the general student population. This has been a radical change that naturally generates differences of opinion. However, an examination of the literature on this subject, which explores both the controversial issues of inclusion, as well as its benefits, indicates that inclusion is a policy that produces positive effect and outcomes for both general education student populations and student with disabilities. Bibliography lists 10 sources.