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School Community Journal, v18 n1 p105-122 Spr-Sum 2008

In the province of Quebec, there has been a movement towards creating community schools since the last education reform. School integrated services make a unique contribution to the creation of a community school, and some important challenges must be considered and overcome if the community school is to exist in Quebec as it currently exists in the rest of Canada and in the United States. This paper consists of a proposal for the use of a pull-in program, namely the consulting team model (CTM), whose aim is to support and involve teachers as part of this consultation model within full-service community schools. Over and above its multi-agency and multi-disciplinary emphasis, the CTM also incorporates the instructional interventions and the educational success of each student. CTM is presented as a fundamental component of the service delivery model that serves students with special needs which can be linked to school integrated services in the province of Quebec; such a model can also be replicated elsewhere for any student. Our CTM proposal is part of a school integrated services delivery model we are working to put in place in Quebec schools. (Contains 4 figures and 3 endnotes.)

Descriptors: Integrated Services, Community Schools, Educational Change, Foreign Countries, Special Needs Students, Models, Intervention, Academic Achievement, Delivery Systems, Consultation Programs, Teacher Participation

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Autor: Trepanier, Nathalie S.; Pare, Melanie; Petrakos, Hariclia; Drouin, Caroline

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=2019&id=EJ798685

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