Segregation Vs Segregation

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Segregation based on disabilities is similar to segregation based on race in many ways. The main, and probably most important to be addressed, is treatment. Students, and adults, who have disabilities are often talked down to or treated as children. Many go in with the mindset that the disabled won't understand them or that they aren't smart enough to comprehend a given topic. Sometimes, people even believe that they shouldn't be in school at all because they wouldn't be able to keep up. Most often, disabled students are put into separate classes that are meant specifically just for those that have any sort of disabilities. It is very similar to how we used to separate black and white students in schools. At the time, many believed blacks

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