Mainstreaming children with special needs has been the subject of great debate for years. Mainstreaming is the practice of placing children with disabilities in a regular classroom with non-disabled children. By mainstreaming, the practice of automatically placing special needs children in a separate class from their peers has been greatly decreased. Mainstreaming is commonly referred to as inclusion.
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