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Goals of Inclusion
Inclusion: The Right Answer?

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Goals and Objectives of Inclusion

In keeping with the goals of inclusive education, expectations for classes are as followed:
  • That all students will increase their education skills and specific abilities.
  • Ability to respect different types of learning developments.
  • That the "at risk" students will gain confidence in their interactions with the larger community.
  • That the other students without disabilities will develop a heightened level of sensitivity about the strengths and needs of individuals with disabilities.

Since, Inclusion is becoming more popular now, eyes are just starting to open to this idea of heterogenously mixing students. By doing so, children are learning not only socialization and learning skills but a form of tolerance and awareness of their community.