The Other Side of Inclusion: Glenda Watson Hyatt

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Integration, inclusion, mainstreaming - or whatever the current buzzword is - tends to focus on the individual with the disability. But, what about those in the class, group or workplace into which the individual is being integrated, included or mainstreamed? How does this process affect them?
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http://www.doitmyselfblog.com/2009/the-other-side-of-inclusion/

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