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THE FEATURES OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE US SYSTEM OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
The article examines the US history of special education and the features of the organization of inclusive education in the public schools of the country. In the early twentieth century Elizabeth E. Farrell implemented the idea to educate underachieving children gathered in one ungraded class in the public school, which later became a standard rule, obtained financial support from the government, and was called «special education in the public schools». The principal instructional requirementdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3614615 fatcat:55l7krzt2ffj3cjcfz7f4n2oti