Student Outcomes in Co-Taught Secondary English Classes: How Can We Improve?

@article{Murawski2006StudentOI,
  title={Student Outcomes in Co-Taught Secondary English Classes: How Can We Improve?},
  author={Wendy W. Murawski},
  journal={Reading \& Writing Quarterly},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={227 - 247}
}
Co-teaching is a frequently suggested service delivery model for meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities (LD) in an inclusive environment. However, there is currently little empirical research to support these suggestions. In this study, general and special educators at one secondary site taught ninth-grade English in four different conditions (co-teaching, mainstreaming, general education students only, and special education students only). The academic outcomes in reading and… Expand
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