More students with ADHD are entering inclusive classrooms with their non-disabled peers. Is instruction better? Are they learning more to prepare them for the real world? Here are tips to improve outcomes.
Good things happen when students with and without disabilities learn together. Inclusion is an all-embracing societal ideology. It rejects the use of special schools or classrooms for students with disabilities. In inclusive classrooms, all students belong, are equally valued, and deserve the same experiences and opportunities. They learn by being together, improved by diversity. Students […]