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My topic is:

how the teaching background of the teacher has a direct influence on the success rate of the autistic child and the classroom of mainstreamed children.

The hypothesis I wrote is:
Autisitic children in general education classroom receive an advantage from inclusion and mainstreaming in the public school system. Autistic children in general education cleassroom also benefit from pull-out options curerently being offered in the public school system.

I need help writing a hypothesis to go along with my topic or I need help writing another hypothesis and null hypothesis. I need help writing a null hypothesis to go along withthe hypothesis I wrote.

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The hypothesis is a guess as to what happens when another thing occurs. The null hypothesis is the idea that everything is due to chance and not to something else happening. Thus, proving the hypothesis ...

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The expert determines how the teaching background of the teacher has a direct influence on the success rate of the autistic child and the classroom of mainstreamed children.

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