Elementary school lays the foundation for middle school, high school and college. During these six years a student must learn how to become a productive member of the classroom plus acquire basic knowledge and skills. This is a difficult assignment for any student, but especially problematic for kids with emotional, learning or cognitive disabilities. Teachers of inclusion classes can expect to see students with a wide range of abilities and disabilities. It can be a formidable task to establish a safe, encouraging learning environment that will have a positive impact on all students. This book examines the implications and expressions of an inclusionary system and provides practical strategies and tips to help make it work in your district for both students and staff. Access to PDF versions of helpful forms and worksheets is provided via download links to the Attainment Company website.