Category Archives: Inclusion Ouches

Unable and Unwilling is Unacceptable!

Communications from parents of students with Down syndrome (DS) prompted this blog post.  Students with a label of DS possess different ages, genders, academic, social, and communicative levels, as well as varied likes and dislikes; hence each student is unique.  We cannot allow the common … Continue reading

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Positive Inclusion Attitudes Prevail

He will never succeed. She will never be independent. I will never be able to teach this class what they need to know.   Obverse side of the coin:   He will succeed. She will be independent. I will be … Continue reading

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