A mother writes of her pride at her son Troy's graduation from a mainstream school. Troy's moving graduation speech is included. He explains that the law may demand inclusion, but it is his friends who make him a part of the community and help him overcome his disability (Downs Syndrome).
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Inclusion is not a place, it's a feeling
Troy Daniels, Kim Daniels
TASH Connections, November/December 2002, p12
24 May 2005
Person with disability
Friendship, Inclusion, School age