Do you guys have any issues with IEP students being put in classes that they simply shouldn't be in in the name of inclusion? I get having students who are at certain levels being included in regular ed classes with the right support and if they aren't too low, but I'm talking about case managers who put students into a class with no support, and being told they can't do 95% of the work I assign because they have a 2nd grade reading and math level, and that I should be creating new curriculum for these students and constantly be on top of their work and specialized grading along with my regular ed students. And this is not just one or two students, but dozens. At my old school there were special day classes for students like this that provided them instruction at THEIR level with teachers who were specifically hired to create modified curriculum to best meet these students needs. I teach a fairly complex and rigorous science class where I endeavor to deeply challenge my regular ed students. And I can provide accommodations within reason, but I feel like here the idea is that special ed students need to be fully included in all regular ed classes, and there is not enough money or resources for in-class support, or classes that meet their needs. Is this something that you see at your school?