Sunday, July 17, 2011

Increasing Challenges to Special Education

BORDENTOWN, Pa. -- The concept of including special education students in regular classes spans many disabilities and several schools of thought.
The goals are noble, if challenging: to leave behind old stereotypes, to meet federal No Child Left Behind targets, and to markedly enhance a special needs child's educational experience.
For special education leaders like Louise Sullivan, director of special services for the Bordentown Regional School District, making a difference in a disabled child's life is a never-ending quest, filled with heartwarming stories and fraught with cold, bottom-line numbers.

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