Barriers to Inclusion
In the video we watched there were many different barriers that prevented inclusion. Although the atypical children were aloud to go to school with the regular children, there were many different factors that still prevented them from going to certain schools and from being included in the school that they went to. The atypical children were able to go to regular schools and take classes that the regular kids did but they were still separated from the regular kids because they were only allowed to take a few classes with them. This caused a separation between the atypical children and the regular children because the regular children did not get to experience having a regular schedule with the atypical children. Most parents who have atypical children do not know the rights they have and they do not know how to get the help they need. This causes many problems for the parents because for the ones who want their children to participate in schools with regular children if they don't know where to get the help they need it would be hard for them to to get their children into regular schools. Although there were many different barriers the video we watched showed us that it is possible for the atypical children to go to regular schools with regular children and be able to do just as well as the regular children.
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