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Students with disabilities have come a long way from being considered "handicapped" and being institutionalized, as policies now support full inclusion within neighborhood schools. Inclusion is said to provide greater access to the general curriculum, increase social interactions and create higher expectations for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). However, inclusion is not without its challenges. As students with SEN transition from one school to another, particularly elementary todoi:10.25316/ir-8471 fatcat:jps5hun2iret3bjawqedrr4he4