Wisconsin district focuses on students, not disabilities

09/23/2010 | WSAW-TV (Wausau, Wis.)

Wisconsin's Merrill School District has a 15-year history of educational inclusion for students with disabilities, who make up 15% of the student population. Teachers who don't have a special-education background are provided training. "The firm belief is that all students can learn -- we no longer have students with disabilities or students without disabilities, we just have students," the school's special-education director said.

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