Reverse inclusion is when students from the general education come into the special education classroom for opportunities for peer modeling and creating friendships. For some students, their level of needs may not allow for inclusion in the general ed setting. Reverse inclusion is a good option for these students to receive the benefits of inclusion in a safe and comfortable setting.
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