What is Inclusion?
Inclusion is the practice of educating all students together – students with disabilities and students without disabilities – side-by-side in the general education setting in their neighborhood school. It is based on the premise that students with disabilities can be full participants in their classrooms and in the local school community. Students with disabilities can receive specially designed instruction and supports in the general education setting and across the school environment with their same-age peers.
You can learn more about inclusive education by visiting the Florida Inclusion Network website.