Imagine this . . . you teach in a cooperative teaching classroom with yourself, 26 fifth grade students, and one Special Education teacher during the first half of the day. You teach math and science to these sweet kids, and you enjoy your comfortable, roomy setting. After lunch your class switches and you get a new group of students from your teaching partner: 26 fifth grade students, accompanied by a paraprofessional, and onward you go to another round of math and science that lasts until the end of the day. It is a normal school setting as team teaching and cooperative teaching are used widely in the world of education today. . . . but could there be more?