The Art of Inclusive Education: Best Practices for All Learners equips future educators with proven strategies for meeting the varied needs of students in the modern classroom, ranging from the most proficient to those with learning deficits to those who come from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. The book prepares teachers to embrace differences and implement approaches that maximize the potential of each and every student under their instruction.The book is divided into three parts. In Part I, readers examine foundational information regarding disabilities awareness and special education, the process of developing individualized education programs, and high-incidence and low-incidence disabilities. Part II discusses cooperative learning strategies, literacy development, classroom behavior and management, the universal design for learning approach, and more. The final part presents methodologies for teaching English language learners and urban students. It also offers advice for teaching life skills that will help students excel in and out of the classroom.The Art of Inclusive Education is an excellent resource for programs and courses in education and special education, especially those with emphasis on teaching diverse populations.