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One of the newest and most controversial terms in education today is "inclusion." Simply defined, it means including disabled students with non-disabled students in every aspect of education, from the same classrooms to the same social activities and support groups. It is a practice that has its own jargon, instructional practices and legal requirements. Disabilities, a phenomenon that encompasses stereotypes, myths, negative attitudes, and inappropriate behaviors, are a major barrier to the successful education and integration of children.
Peters, Jeremy. "What is Inclusion?." The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research 2 (1999): 15-21. Web. [date of access]. <http://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/ur/vol2/iss1/5>.