Through mainstreaming, students with or without disabilities learn to appreciate and understand each other by learning in the same classroom. Mainstreaming promotes self-confidence, greater independence and new skills in special education students.
With inclusive education, the new general education teacher with mainstreamed kids may be overwhelmed by special education laws and IEP particulars. Students that are mildly and moderately disabled are mainstreamed – or placed in regular education classrooms – in the least restrictive environment to better their academic performance. The quiz promotes your understanding of mainstreaming and the state and federal laws that govern its effectiveness.
Test Your IEP and Special Education Law Knowledge