Students with autism are educated in a variety of settings including general education (GE) and self-contained (SC) classrooms. In GE placements, students are educated with their peers by a general education teacher. In self-contained settings, students
Comparing General Education to Special Education: What are the Differences?
2012-05-03T08:44:31-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, General, Inclusive Education|Tags: all disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorders, cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, down syndrome, education, ESE, learning disabilities, medically fragile, mitochondrial disorders, muscular dystrophies, rare or undiagnosed disorders, spinal muscular atrophy|0 Comments
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