NYC schools prep for pilot inclusion program

The Education Department in New York City is working to inform parents about the district's move toward the inclusion of students with disabilities in neighborhood schools. The changes are part of a special-education reform plan being piloted this year in 250 schools and expanding districtwide in the fall. Some parents say they wonder if schools will have the necessary resources, but supporters are stressing the academic and other benefits of inclusion, while officials say schools will add services as needed.

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