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10 36209  J    NONTRIVIAL 101 6 11 8 4 72
 

by a random sample of teachers. In October and in May, the regular-education students rated each classmate's desirability as a work partner. The students' peer ratings were generally very stable, for both their regular-education classmates and their special-education classmates. Positive changes in peer ratings for both types of classmates occurred more frequently in the cooperative-learning condition than in the competitive-learning conditions. RECENT STATISTICS INDICATE that 68% of the special-education students in the United States are included in regular-education classrooms for at least 40% of the school day (U.S. Department of Education, 1991), a trend that is expected to continue (Putnam &; Bruininks, 1986; Putnam, Bruininks, &; Spiegel, 1992). Educators hope that including students with learning disabilities in regular-education classrooms will provide them with opportunities for positive, meaningful interaction with their peers who are not learning disabled, but there is some question as to whether the interaction that takes place between these two groups is actually positive.

 
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[ACADEMIC] Journal of Social Psychology (1996)
 



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