So there is talk at my school about implementing a full-inclusion setup next year. Here is some info about my school, currently: It is a middle school with co-taught science and social studies (If you couldn't tell from my username, I am a social studies teacher.) So, I have IEP kids, but the severe ones are not in my class. Math and language arts are pullout, and have an intervention specialist teaching a small group. The students who are non-verbal, ED, etc. are in their own class all day for every subject, including life skills. Next year, there is talk that ALL students (with the exception of the non-verbal students) will be fully included in our classes next year, and the pullout classes will be changed to co-teach. Since intervention specialists will be co-teaching math and language arts, they will no longer be with science and social studies, so I will be on my own. My question is: has anyone experienced their school making the switch to full-inclusion? What strategies can I use to make these students successful?