Where we Stand on the Rush to Inclusion

Albert Shanker speaks in front of the AFT conference on full inclusion where he discusses the issue of full inclusion in the public schools. He reiterates that the AFT policy does not go along with blanket decisions on students with disabilities but on the nature of the disabilities. He goes through various points countering what full inclusion advocates say and making a point that the AFT is about inclusion, just not full inclusion.

Washington, D.C.
14 pages
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