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The Top Questions Asked About Inclusive Education

Patrick Schwarz


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Patrick Schwarz: Hi. I'm Patrick Schwarz and these are the top ten questions most asked about inclusion and my experiences. These evolve over time, so these are ones that are very recent.

I've written a few books with Paula Kluth, and one of them is called You're Welcome, where we have taken the top questions that teachers and families, school personnel are asking us about inclusion and working on research and answering those in the book. So this is also based on research.

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