|Educating Students with Diverse Strengths and Needs Together: Rationale for Inclusion||p. 1|
|Instruction in the General Education Environment: The Age of Accountability||p. 21|
|First Steps: Determining Individual Abilities and How Best to Support Students||p. 49|
|The Preschool Student||p. 91|
|The Elementary School Student||p. 117|
|The Middle School or Junior High School Student||p. 153|
|The High School Student||p. 181|
|The Important Role of Peers in Inclusive Education||p. 213|
|Working Cooperatively: The Role of Team Members||p. 235|
|Are They Making Progress? Assessing the Skills of Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities in General Education Classrooms||p. 261|
|Some Common Concerns and Responses||p. 287|
|Systematic Teaching Resources||p. 311|
|Resources on Augmentative and Alternative Communication||p. 313|
|Augmentative and Alternative Communication System Hardware Manufacturers||p. 317|
|Videotapes/DVDs on Inclusion||p. 319|
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