Student with disabilities blossoms in mainstream setting

02/6/2013 | Palladium-Item (Richmond, Ind.)

At Test Intermediate School in Richmond, Ind., seventh-grader Alex Brown, who is deaf and cannot speak, has a chance to take general-education courses, play football and eat lunch with his friends. Brown uses an interpreter during class, but communicates with other students on his own during lunch. "He sits with his buddies, cuts up and has a great time," principal Stacy Mopps said.

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