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Re: "special needs" students

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Charlotte Griswold (griswald)
Mon, 23 Sep 1996 20:45:04 -0700


I am impressed with San D's response to special needs students...i would
just like to add one thing. When you are talking about special needs
kids, please do not neglect the Gifted and Talented and the (in
Ccalifornia) 504 students. These students, who often are classifed as
special ed, and the special ed students can all benefit from the same
type of lessons in critical thinking, especially open-end
questions/projects in which each child is allowed to achieve to his/hers
utmost. I think that a non-threatening classroom such as San D
portrayed will benefit the most students, in the least restrictive
environment. Sorry for rattling on...my hobby horse needed excercise.
-- 

Later, Charlotte Griswold griswald Oak Hill Middle School "Jumping to conclusions is poor excercise."