My cousin 12 year old cousin was placed in a special Ed class because of his autism, and he wrote a letter to his teacher saying that the class made him feel stupid and he didn't want to take it, and the teacher switched him out
You are in special ed to help you with your studies and grades. I do not know how long you have been there but why don't you ask your parents if you can be re-tested....maybe you no longer need to be there. However, if it is special ed for the school year, make the best of it, learn all that you can and more so you won't be there next year. As for those that make fun of you, they are just small people with small minds and have nothing better to do than pick on someone. Ignore them if you can...and I know this is hard to do,.....and this may be a case of "bullying" so talk to your parents and the teacher about it please.
All the testing, interviews, referrals, etc to get you into the program indicate you need the help academically. Let the principal know you are being bullied, and make certain he/she acts on your complaint. You have rights by law within the Sp Ed program. The school must make certain you are treated fairly. Most students in Sp Ed are above average intelligence.
Have your parents speak with the sp Ed counselor with you present. Maybe if you voice your concerns to them, they may decide to move you to mainstream classes, maybe just a few in beginning, but you will get there!