Your poll is too complicated. One can't really create ordinals for eighteen choices.
From my point of view, as a first year middle-school teacher on the 'inclusive' team, inclusion is a failure. Inclusion is just an excuse to move a special ed kid into a cheaper environment. In the special ed room, there might be an eight to one ratio with curriculum prepared to the special ed kids' needs. Instead, they send them into my room with 35 students. I have no training in inclusive ed; I have serious behavioral problems in my classes; and the large class size seems to prohibit any special attention to the inclusive kids. There is essentially no support (no TA, special ed assistant, or parent volunteer) except that the special ed teacher comes by once or twice a week to ask me to fill out a form or two. The child is unable to participate in classroom discussion and is failing. I have no resources to teach any level lower than the state mandated standards. It is a complete waste of my student's time and energy, and destructive to his morale. I'm not a fan of inclusion but perhaps I will learn more and appreciate it more over time.