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High-quality preschool inclusion: A few basics to help get you started



Developmental disabilities & delays, Inclusion, Learning disabilities & delays

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Sarika S. Gupta Ph.D., William R. Henninger IV, Ph.D., Megan E. Vinh Ph.D.

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Consider this: It has been more than 35 years since the Education for All Handicapped Children Act passed in 1975, but only 50% of preschoolers with disabilities in the U.S. are being included in general ed settings for more than 80% of the time. This is surprising when you consider that preschool inclusion studies uniformly demonstrate positive benefits for all participants. Get answers to 13 frequently asked questions about preschool inclusion from First Steps to Preschool Inclusion.

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