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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About Middle Schools?

Middle school is generally the upper two or three grades between elementary and high school education. Typically middle school houses sixth through eighth grades with some middle schools including ... Read More »

About the History of Middle Schools?

Middle schools in the United States educate students aged 10 to 15, who are between childhood and adolescence. The schools, also called junior high schools, carry grades six to eight or seven to ni... Read More »

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 »

Rules About Inclusion Classes?

The philosophy of inclusivity is accepted in the United States today and enforced through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the No Child Left Behind Act. Inclusion supports the ed... Read More »