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  • Kids Belong Together

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  • Living the Dream - Inclusive Post-Secondary Education

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  • Family business vs school business

    This resource has been created to help families think through what a good right relationship might look like when working with their child's school around an inclusive education. It clearly outline who might be responsible for what so everyone understand their roles. 

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  • Education Propaganda Directory 2014

    Pro.pa.gan.da: ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government etc. (Meriam. Webster dictionary)

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  • Confronting the naysayers

    In responding to parents who have chosen a segregated path for their children with disabilities, it is vital that families are always respectful, but they must keep the focus on inclusion.This resource has suggested responses from various sources including:

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  • A Home of My Own

    The New Hampshire Home of My Own Project has enabled adults with developmental disabilities to move into, and actually own, their own home. In doing so, they have been able to have more control over their lives. 

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  • Voices of Friendship

    In this moving video Jocelyn Curtin, a high school student with significant disabilities, is seen enjoying everyday activities with her friends. Her friends share their feelings about Jocelyn and the friendship each enjoys with her. In addition, we meet Jocelyn's mother, who stresses the importance of actively fostering friendships in...

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  • A Credo for Support

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  • Blending Best Practices for Your Children: Inclusive Early Childhood Programs

    The authors suggest that Early Childhood special education, Developmentally Appropriate Practices guidelines and Multicultural education should be blended to support and nurture young children and their families in Inclusive Early Childhood programs. They present a brief overview of nine quality indicators that blend these traditions and illustrate their argument by...

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  • One Community's Efforts to Promote Child Care

    This article outlines the formation, development and work of the Early Childhood Inclusion Network in Onondaga County, New York. A key factor in the successful implementation of inclusive practice was identified as the need to build up trust and respect between childcare staff and special educators.

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