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Can a child with support needs continue in a GenEd classroom?

Can a child with support needs continue in a GenEd classroom?

Published: Mar. 3, 2022Updated: Sep. 15, 2023

General education classrooms move fast! But that doesn't mean our children with support needs cannot still engage meaningfully with the content. Dr. Caitlin Solone, special education advocate and faculty at UCLA, says that having specific IEP goals that address a child's unique needs can allow engagement in the curriculum and in the classroom with their peers.

For more info about standards-based goals, go here!

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