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Mainstream Classes

I need to condense my argument concerning exceptional students being included in mainstream classes. Therefore, can someone help me condense an argument for or against inclusion of students with exceptionalities into mainstream classes? Also, I have to frame an argument from an educational psychology perspective.

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I think we can make a very good case that special programs must segregate gifted students from the mainstream at least some of the time.

You should make note of this older study:
http://www.gifted.uconn.edu/nrcgt/reports/rm93102/rm93102.pdf

Here's a quote from the conclusion:

John Feldhusen eloquently summarizes the needs of gifted students for "fast paced high level, conceptually oriented learning activities, in large, challenging chunks taught in a dynamic and interactive style..." (1989, p. 55). He also ...

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The arguments concerning exceptional students are examined. Mainstream classes are analyzed.

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