In Twist, School Practices ‘Reverse Inclusion’
[Source: Disability Scoop]
A unique approach at one Ohio school has typically developing teens entering the world of special education for an eye-opening experience.
Through a semester-long elective at Kenston High School in Bainbridge, Ohio, high school juniors and seniors work side-by-side in a special education classroom with their peers who have special needs.
An outgrowth of a club, the course focuses on the history and experiences of individuals with disabilities. Typically developing students act as role models and are asked to do a series of creative, independent projects like organizing a dance or a talent show.
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