Individualized education helps drive Conn. district's success

02/27/2013 | District Administration magazine

Differentiated and developmentally appropriate instruction have helped Wilton School District in Connecticut raise achievement levels among students with disabilities, district officials say. The district uses a team-based approach to deliver services, bringing together multidisciplinary teams to collaborate on how to instruct students with disabilities and giving parents strategies to use at home.

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