"In My Dreams": A Second Look at Inclusion and Programming
Response or Comment
This commentary on EC 605 995 argues that rendering services to students with disabilities in general education does not preclude future problems; general education is not equipped to deal with great student diversity; and training needs should be addressed through special education, community-based education, employment preparation, transition services, and appropriate experiences with peers without disabilities.
Vergason, G. A. and Anderegg, M. L. (1993). "In my dreams": A second look at inclusion and programming. Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 18(4), pp. 296-298.