Program selects Mo. school, others as inclusion models

05/7/2013 | KBIA-FM (Columbia, Mo.)

The University of Kansas-based School-wide Integrated Framework for Transformation has selected six schools, including Camdenton Middle School in Missouri, as models to study best practices for the successful integration of special- and general-education in schools. The program, funded by a five-year, $24.5 million federal grant, provides resources to help other schools transition to more inclusive programs that benefit all students.

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