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2.07.16

By Dr. Allyson L. Satter

I currently work for SWIFT Center, a national technical assistance center for inclusive school reform, but I was not always such a strong advocate of inclusive education. Earlier in my career I taught special education with students who spent most of their time in a segregated setting. Don’t get me wrong—I wanted my students to be fully included in general...

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