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    By Jan

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    Certainly didn't mean to come off as being critical. I just have lifed it in my family and when an educator, who we assume is supposed to be informed uses inappropriate langugae, I am sorry I find it terribly offensive. As for asking the special teacher, perhaps it was the way she was asking. That was my implication there. Before she speaks to the parents, I hope she reads a little about DS and mentally impaired or challenged people. If she doesn't come off as having some knowledge the parents will not be pleased. Perhaps the principal, the teacher and the special ed. teacher should sit down and find out why they are in the situation they are in. Even fully included students have support. Maybe the parents are in denial and believe inclusion is for every one. A little research could impact their decision.


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