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M4 Discussion 2: Special Schools

Special Schools

Aiva Lee and Kaire Bellini

In Module 4, you read about the different types of disabilities: language and speech disorders, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, and Megan’s story on dyslexia. (Text book chapters and Module 4’s e-book: Cognitive and Communicative Exceptionalities).

Based on the types of disabilities as well as services and support needed by students with multiple disabilities, do you think special schools for students with disabilities can be justified? Why or why not? Please pick one of the disabilities discussed in the Module 4’s e-book: Cognitive and Communicative Exceptionalities, and provide an example of why or why not, a special school can be justified.

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The existence of cognitive or communicative exceptionalities in an individual implies
that such an individual is deprived of certain capabilities that are present in those individuals
without such a disorder. As such, it is imperative to note that such an individual will always
operate sub-optimally compared to the normal persons. The existence of such disabilities has
over years created a debate as to whether such disabled students require special schools or not, ...


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