- Successful High School Inclusion
- Making Access a Reality for All Students
- item #: 15
- 35 Min.
Hosted by Dr. Marilyn Friend
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We recommend this case study in educational change. It has led to a unified high school—one of the very few we’ve ever studied.
North Central High is a comprehensive 3,200-student high school with a very diverse student body. It has about 320 identified students, of which 250 are identified as students with mild disabilities.
On this video, the principal and his staff describe the tipping point and their engagement of the staff in transforming their high school from a set of parallel systems for typical and disabled students into one dedicated to assisting all students to meet higher expectations. The major components of their story are:
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