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Special Education / Inclusion vs. Full Inclusion Programming
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Over the last two decades, debates have been waged regarding the premises of inclusion and full-inclusion programming for children with mild to severe disabilities. Inclusion programs in general have become a popular focus in Special Education programming beginning in the 1980s, when de-institutionalization placed many handicapped students into mainstream education and a focus on meeting the needs of a variety of Special Education students became a prevalent issue. This 5 page paper provides a brief overview of the debate and considers a possible study to prove the benefits of partial inclusion programming. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Horace Mann/ The Common School Era
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A 12 page research paper that examines the impact and influence of nineteenth century educator Horace Mann on the public school system and the formulation of this 'common school' philosophy. Mann's influence during the twelve years that he was secretary of the Massachusetts School Board effected lasting change not only in the public school system of Massachusetts, but also in the way that public schooling was perceived throughout the country. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Teaching the Handicapped
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A 10 page research paper that examines the latest information and techniques for teaching language skills to the mentally handicapped. The writer particularly focuses on children who have Down's Syndrome since these children are almost always mainstreamed into today's classrooms. Techniques, strategies, and how technology can be utilized to teach the handicapped are included. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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At-Risk / Gifted Drop-Outs
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A 6 page paper that supports the contention that at-risk, gifted students are more likely to drop out of school than their non-gifted peers. This paper supports this belief by representing the many extenuating educational and personal issues that are experienced by gifted students, and also suggests that the same educational structures that have been developed to support students may also trigger significant behavioral problems for many gifted children. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Bored Gifted Students
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A 9 page paper. Gifted students are bored and dropping out of school at a terrible cost to themselves and to the nation. Yet, the loss does not seem to be understood by the general public who seems to believe that these youngsters, because they are bright, should be able to make it on their own without special services. By not addressing this issue more directly and forcefully, the educational system is, in effect, giving tacit approval for an entire group of students to become underachievers. This essay discusses the results of gifted students not receiving special services. A brief overview of students who are both gifted and learning disabled is also provided. The writer concludes that the school system must address this issue to allow these students to develop their potential. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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