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Monday, August 18, 2014

This is an important study. Students are coming in with lower anguage nation wide. It is important for teachers to help students catch up early on. Courtesy of ASCD Smart Brief.

Study highlights language-development benefits of inclusion
A study of 670 Ohio preschoolers found that students with disabilities gain significant language skills when they learn alongside peers without disabilities who have strong language skills. Data show some students' skills improved by almost 40% when interacting with the most highly skilled peers. PsychCentral.com (7/29)Bookmark and Share

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