Thursday, February 11, 2016
CHAOS IN THE CLASSROOM
Newfoundland and Labrador embraced a full-inclusion model of education in 2009.
All students, of all learning capabilities, are taught in in the same classroom.
Every day we hear stories about the impacts of underfunding and under resourcing the program.
Please read this story from the Go Team Kate Blog which speaks to the chaos faced by students, teachers and assistants in a resource starved full-inclusion setting.
Inclusion is more than just about putting children with needs in a classroom with their peers.
Is it any wonder teachers are at the breaking point?