The websites and books included in this section are intended to provide a few resources of information regarding inclusive schooling. You may also be interested in reading Dr. Lewis Jackson's Issues in Severe Disabilities paper (hotlink) or call him at 1-800-395-2693.
TASH: Equity, Opportunity and Inclusion for People with Disabilities. "TASH is an international association of people with disabilities, their family members, other advocates, and professionals fighting for a society in which inclusion of all people in all aspects of society is the norm."
"Disability Studies for Teachers" is a site sponsored by Syracuse University.
"Including Students with Severe Disabilities" (updated 2002) at the Information Center on Disabilities and Gifted Education at the ERIC Clearinghouse. This includes a number of online resources about inclusion as well as an annotated bibliography of inclusive practice articles.
The National Institute for Urban School Improvement.
Ryndak, D.L., & Alper, S. (2003). Curriculum and instruction for students with significant disabilities in inclusive settings. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Friend, M., & Bursuck, W. (1999). Including students with special needs: A practical guide for classroom teachers (3rd ed.). Needham Height, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Castagnera, E., Fisher, D., Rodifer, K., & Sax,. C. (1998). Deciding what to teach and how to teach it: Connecting students through curriculum and instruction (2nd ed.). Colorado Springs, CO: PEAK, Inc.
Fisher, D., Frey, N., & Sax, C. (1999). Inclusive Elementary Schools: Recipes for Success. Colorado Springs, CO: PEAK, Inc.
Giangreco, M. (1998). Quick-guides to inclusion 2: Ideas for educating students with disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Ryndak, D.L., & Fisher, D. (Eds.) (2004).The Foundations of Inclusive Education: A Compendium of Articles on Effective Strategies to Achieve Inclusive Education (2nd ed.). Baltimore, MD: TASH.