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How many students are too many for a full inclusion classroom with two teachers? I currently have 11 students on IEPs and 6 students without IEPs. Two of my 6 have been identified as needing further interventions. I was just informed that I will be getting another student this week. Any thoughts?
Business and Special Ed Teacher I think that sounds like a lot. What grade leve/subject? Is there something in your contract that specifies the % of inclusion students you can have in your class? I'd refer to that.

On 9/27/10, M.Ken wrote: > How many students are too many for a full inclusion > classroom with two teachers? I currently have 11 students > on IEPs ...See More
Sep 30, 2010
Business and Special Ed Teacher I think that sounds like a lot. What grade leve/subject? Is there something in your contract that specifies the % of inclusion students you can have in your class? I'd refer to that.

On 9/27/10, M.Ken wrote: > How many students are too many for a full inclusion > classroom with two teachers? I currently have 11 students > on IEPs ...See More
Sep 30, 2010
Chip I have 27 kids in a history class - 6 LD with a support teacher. Actually there are 8 kids on IEPs. It is exhausting...

On 9/30/10, Business and Special Ed Teacher wrote: > I think that sounds like a lot. What grade leve/subject? Is > there something in your contract that specifies the % of > inclusion students you can have in yo...See More
Nov 4, 2010


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