By P. M. Cohn
The elevated moment version of this article on algebra gains higher dialogue of diverse issues. those comprise issues regarding graded algebra, workforce conception, linear teams, symplectic and orthogonal teams, Morita equivalence and the Krull-Schmidt theorem.
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Now that we’ve been doing inclusion for five years, we have a pretty good idea about how to do it, but we keep changing our program every year, and at times more often than that, because students keep changing, teachers keep changing, and we keep figuring out how to make things work better. Schools are simply too complex and dynamic for inclusive programs to be anything other than a work in progress. Of course, this is true of any comprehensive school change endeavor, and inclusion is certainly no exception.
Isolating students with disabilities socially, physically, or academically within the general education classroom. • Jeopardizing the achievement of general education students through slower instruction or less challenging curriculum. • Special education teachers are relegated to the role of assistant in the general education classroom. • Forcing general and special education teachers to team together without careful planning and well-defined responsibilities. • How are students with disabilities included in the learning and social communities of the school and classroom?
Time for lunch, recess, special areas, and many other things took priority. Now we realize that the education of all students in our building must take top priority. We can provide better and more intensive services for these students if we schedule better. The tail can’t wag the dog! We have found that schools address scheduling issues in many innovative ways. For example, an elementary school we worked with decided, based on feedback they had received on statewide tests of achievement, that they needed to give language arts and mathematics top priority in their school.