A Nuanced Approach to the Disability Integration Presumption

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Professor Weber applauds Professor Colker for attempting to look at the integration presumption in a new way, but worries that her stance on the presumption is misplaced. Rather than abandoning the presumption, Professor Weber argues that integration can work well as long as educators focus on “which services and protections are being offered to educate a child within general education. . . . The way to equality is to provide extra services, technology, and accommodations in regular classes so that the children with disabilities do not fall behind.”

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