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TNLI: Action Research: Policy & Practice: A High School Inclusion Program: A Deeper Look

 

Research Summary

The Question

How is the inclusion program meeting the needs of my students?

Summary

I began my career seven years ago as a middle school special education teacher at School of the Future (SOF). For the first four years of teaching, I felt as though I was doing good work. Even though there were many struggles, the successes seemed to far outweigh the failures. Two years ago, I decided to move up to the high school and work with eleventh and twelfth grade students. This year, I was fortunate to meet up with the students who I worked with throughout middle school, now juniors in the high school. Having the opportunity to work once again with the same students has given me a unique perspective on their growth and has led me to the question: How is the inclusion program meeting the needs of my students?

Cara Shuckett
cbrynn@hotmail.com

Research Focus:
Policy and Practice
High School

TNLI Affiliate:
New York

School:
School of the Future
127 E. 22nd St.
New York, NY 10010

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