N.J. teachers use PLCs to improve instruction for students with disabilities

Teachers at Glenwood Avenue School in Wildwood, N.J., have formed professional learning communities to plan how to adapt general-education lessons to include more students with disabilities in the classroom. The school also plans to use a $50,000 federal grant to offer more training and buy technology to improve its inclusion practices.

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