What Christian Schools Can Learn from the Court: The Case of Special Education

From: Volume XV, Issue 2: Winter 1995 Pages 88-93

Abstract

Christian educators in both day schools and Sunday Schools are frequently hesitant to accept children with learning disabilities into their classes. A recent decision by a federal circuit court requiring a public school to include a child with Downs Syndrome in the regular classroom may provide some guidance to Christian educators. With appropriate training Christian teachers can meet the needs of learning-disabled children.

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