Inclusion means more than just being “in:” Planning full participation of students with intellectual and other developmental disabilities in the general education classroom

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This journal article describes the routines-based instructional planning process of The Beyond Access Model that promotes full membership, participation, and learning of students with disabilities of the general education curriculum in the general education classroom.

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