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Students with and without disabilities are entitled to a free and appropriate public education. All students should be given the best education no matter the circumstances that may be present. Implementing the co-teaching model and framework into high school general education classrooms can benefit all students. Where there are benefits with teaching models, there are also drawbacks that can cause the implementation of the model not to be implemented as created. Difference causes can cause this that school districts may or may not be able to control. The lack of professional development, certifications of the educators, and defining the roles and responsibilities that each educator will hold in the classroom are just a few of the drawbacks that can cause co-teaching not to be implemented to the best of the ability in which it was created.
co-teaching, education, professional development
Educational Methods | Elementary Education | Science and Mathematics Education | Secondary Education
Evans, Ashley, "Co-Teaching in High School" (2022). Student Research Poster Presentations 2022. 26.