About Inclusion in Middle Schools?

Answer Middle school is a time for transition and change in a child's life. Helping children adequately prepare for the changes in middle school in regard to academics and social relationships will prepar... Read More »

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Inclusion of Disabled Children in Schools?

The right of disabled students to be included in a public school setting is protected under the law, but remains the subject of much debate. Educators, parents and students, if appropriate, need to... Read More »

Middle Schools Vs. Junior High Schools?

The concept of creating schools designed to meet the needs of early adolescents began to develop in the 1930s with the introduction of junior high schools for grades seven through nine. By the late... Read More »

Art in Middle Schools?

Middle school students want art projects that move beyond the realm of crayons, clay and finger paints. Challenge your middle school students with projects, from simple to complex. Teach them about... Read More »

K-8 Vs. Middle Schools?

Middle schools are based on the concept that students in grades six through eight have unique needs that cannot be met in a high school or elementary school setting. Middle schools allow for the co... Read More »