In 1975, Congress passed a set of laws that came to be known as the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act, or IDEA. IDEA calls for all students to be educated in the least restrictive environments. Fifteen years ago, many but not all public school systems began adopting a so-called inclusion model of education. The goal was to keep as many students as possible in general education. Reporter Cathy Corman spoke with several families and educators about the pros and cons of inclusion.