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Head Start Special Education Inclusion Classrooms
The goal of these classrooms is to mainstream a group of six children aged 3 to 5 years who have been diagnosed as being developmentally delayed with 12 regular Head Start children. Within each classroom, a certified pre-school teacher is paired with a SEIT and assisted by a paraprofessional or assistant teacher to provide the necessary services. This model gives the developmentally delayed child the opportunity to interact and learn together with the more typical child. The agency was recently awarded a grant to service 11 inclusion classrooms for children with special needs.