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This study examined mainstreaming in music via a survey of a sample of Arizona music educators. Among the respondents (n - 107), the vast majority are or have been responsible

This study examined mainstreaming in music via a survey of a sample of Arizona music educators. Among the respondents (n - 107), the vast majority are or have been responsible for teaching students with disabilities, although most have received little or no training in special education. Emotionally/behaviorally disordered students are perceived as the most difficult to mainstream, and physically handicapped and speech-impaired students the least difficult. Among disabled students, "learning disabled" was the category most frequently encountered.

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    Frisque, James, Loretta Niebur, and Jere T. Humphreys. "Music Mainstreaming: Practices in Arizona." Journal of Research in Music Education 42, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 94-104.

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